It's ok if you don't, though. They'll either go to a good home or stay happily in mine. There's quite a few very lovely children's books which would make, I don't know, good presents or something.
Edit : And, being hopeless, I forgot to say - I will be going back home in the beginning of July, which is the earliest I can pick any of these up.
Descriptions as best as I can available for any of these, of course. Sci-Fi & Fantasy are at the top, but I couldn't really sort out the rest of them...
Lord Of The Isles - David Drake
Laptop Of The Gods - Peter Chippindale
Assassin's Apprentice - Robin Hobb
The Eye Of The World - Robert Jordan
In The Hall Of The Dragon King - Stephen Lawhead
The House Of Women - Catherine Cookson
The Widow And The Parrot - Virginia Woolf
A Tale Of Two Cities - Charles Dickens
Seduction - Amanda Quick
Far From The Madding Crowd - Thomas Hardy
The Runaway Summer - Nina Bawden
The Peppermint Pig - Nina Bawden
Carrie's War - Nina Bawden
Lady Of The Forest - Jennifer Roberson
The Face That Must Die - Ramsey Campbell
Chicken Soup For The Teenage Soul - far too many otherwise sane people
Stories From Firefly Island - Benedict Blathwayt
The Three Wonderful Beggars - Sally Scott
The Mennyms - Sylvia Waugh
Cider With Rosie - Laurie Lee
Island Of The Blue Dolphins - Scott O'Dell
The Farmer's Boy - Barbara Willard
The Ranger's Daughter - Barbara Willard
Hot Money - Dick Francis
Saint Peter's Fair - Ellis Peters
There is also, should anyone be feeling particularly odd, a video from the animated Casper series that someone gave me by mistake, a cassette of Muse's 'Origin Of Symmetry', and the computer game Diplomacy which, let's face it, I was never going to play.
As I said, though, no worries if nobody wants anything - it can just stay where it is. It's not like I need the space. ~smile~