Bartolomeo Passarotti, Portrait of a Scribe, 16th Century
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
I finished reading Proxima yesterday which was very interesting. I rather like the surprise twist with the ending. There is a sequel coming out called Ultima which I saw in Barnes and Noble.
I also started reading The Land of the Silver Apples which is a young adult fantasy novel by Nancy Farmer. The main character, Jack is a young bard in training. I rather like the medieval feel and setting. There is a lot of lore and legend in the story about fairies and monasteries as well as some interesting poetry to read so far.
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