BL-opoly, Pandemic Edition – Roll #14

I rolled again earlier today, but since the dice sent me to a square I’ve already visited (#20, “The Lake House”), and I’m trying to get to as many different prompts as possible, I decided to use one of my novelty cards to move straight on to the Silk Road and make good on my resolution to include more books by authors from ethnicities other than Caucasian in the second half of 2020.  So, off to 17th century Persia we go instead!

  

 

 

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