Bookshops and Bonedust Pdf/E-Book by Travis Baldree

Bookshops and Bonedust come before Legends and Lattes, but you can enjoy either one without reading the other. It’s not your typical fantasy story – it’s all about books, discovering where you fit in life and the joy of friendship. The writing is lovely, sweet, and welcoming. Sometimes, a book like this is exactly what you need – like a cozy drink and a soft blanket on a rainy day, just right for the moment and the mood. Bookshops and Bonedust is a delightful read. 4.5/5 🌟.

Description of the Book:

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Book Synopsis:

When an injury throws a young, battle-hungry orc off her chosen path, she may find that what we need isn’t always what we seek.

In Bookshops & Bonedust, a prequel to Legends & LattesNew York Times bestselling author Travis Baldree takes us on a journey of high fantasy, first loves, and second-hand books.

Viv’s career with the notorious mercenary company Rackam’s Ravens isn’t going as planned.

Wounded during the hunt for a powerful necromancer, she’s packed off against her will to recuperate in the sleepy beach town of Murk—so far from the action that she worries she’ll never be able to return to it.

What’s a thwarted soldier of fortune to do?

Spending her hours at a beleaguered bookshop in the company of its foul-mouthed proprietor is the last thing Viv would have predicted, but it may be both exactly what she needs and the seed of changes she couldn’t possibly imagine.

Still, adventure isn’t all that far away. A suspicious traveler in gray, a gnome with a chip on her shoulder, a summer fling, and an improbable number of skeletons prove Murk to be more eventful than Viv could have ever expected.

Book Quotes That We Like:

“Every book is a little mirror, and sometimes you look into it and see someone else looking back.”

“I don’t know if I can explain it, but watching you read what I give you, putting a book in your hands and seeing what happens to you once you put it back down… I can’t make you understand how that gives me something I didn’t know I had to have.”

“Never trust a writer who doesn’t have too many books to read. Or a reader, for that matter,” said Zelia.”

“You do something for years and years, and the only reason you continue is because once you stop, you won’t really have anything.”

“You know, there’s a lot of people out there. Lot of noise. I love what I do, love it every day, but none of us sees more than a tiny piece of all the world, like we’re lookin’ out a little-bitty window. And I saw you through mine, and somethin’ inside me said, ‘That’s somebody you oughta know.’ Simple as that.”

“You’re just trying to make it to the other end, and while you’re in it, there’s nothing to either side. Only the way forward. You know, the tunnel. Maybe when you find a way out, you can look around, but until then …”

“I guess I haven’t had much time for … acquaintances the past few years. I’m out of practice.” Cracking an eye at her, Viv said, “You’re in the tunnel. I know how it goes.” “The tunnel?” “You’re just trying to make it to the other end, and while you’re in it, there’s nothing to either side. Only the way forward. You know, the tunnel. Maybe when you find a way out, you can look around, but until then …”

Travis Baldree, Bookshops and Bonedust

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