You told her that you loved her, but you don't. (ditablack) wrote in bookish,
You told her that you loved her, but you don't.

A certain type of book

The last two books I've read, though very different, have had one thing in common: they are both one story with several elements of [insert subject here] incorporated into it.  American Gods by Neil Gaiman had various mythological characters from several countries & time periods, while The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly had several fairy tales incorporated into it.  Both books I've really enjoyed, & I would love to read others like that.  I love the variety of stories interwoven together to create/support one big story.
So, as you may have guessed: any suggestions? :]

  • Terminus, by Peter Clines

    A sequel to 14, in which the Great Old Ones arrive to eat the world. Kavach Press, 2020, 333 pages Murdoch’s past has finally come…

  • Burr, by Gore Vidal

    Aaron Burr in his own words... kind of. Random House, 1973, 430 pages Here is an extraordinary portrait of one of the most complicated -…

  • Aria: The Masterpiece, Volume 2

    Aria: The Masterpiece, Volume 2 by Kozue Amano Further life on the wet Mars, now known as Aqua. Akari helps a lost visitor, learns about the…

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