Daisy's Book Haul
I went to Boekenfestijn last week (which is basically lots of books on sale that I can't resist grabbing) and bought a LOT of books...
-The Sorcerer Heir by Cinda Williams Chima: I still haven't started this series, I'm embarassed to say, but I loved her Seven Realms series so much that this has to be amazing as well.
-The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss: AND IT IS SIGNED, HOORAY!! Due to the awesomeness that is The American Book Center and in particular one of their employees Tiemen, I managed to get a signed edition of this pretty and I've just been hugging it :)
-Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle: because Debby is awesome, she gave me this book after she read it, and as I really loved When You Were Mine, I hope this one will make me smile as well.
-Pennyroyal Academy by M.A. Lawson: and because Debby is double awesome, she also gave me this one :) It sounds like just my kind of book!
-Dance of Shadows by Yelena Black: I had this for review on NetGalley, and the cover is so pretty...
-Buffy the Vampire Slayer volume 3 by Christopher Golden, Nancy Holder, Kirsten Beyer, Joss Whedon: I couldn't help myself, I'm a Buffy fan and it was just begging me to take it home. I'm sad they didn't have the first two volumes cause it feels weird just having the third.
-Poison Heart by S.B. Hayes: I'm not really sure of this one, but it sounded good and I just impulse bought it cause that's what one does at Boekenfestijn.
-Paper Cuts by Sandy Rideout and Yvonne Collins: I mostly picked this up because it looked cute and it matched the cover for Love Inc (again: as one does at Boekenfestijn).
-Spellwright by Blake Charlton: I'm intrigued by what I think is dyxlexia affecting a wizard in training, this should be good.
-City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare: I haven't started this series yet and I feel that I should read it, so I'm just giving into the urge to buy a complete series and then reading it. Someday.
-Love Inc by Yvonne Collins and Sandy Rideout: this has been on my wishlist for a LONG time and suddenly it was just lying there at Boekenfestijn and I grabbed it. It sounds really cute!
-Making Your Mind Up by Jill Mansell: I love Jill Mansell's books and I didn't have this one yet, so obviously it had to come home with me.
-City of Glass by Cassandra Clare: I am an incurable series hoarder.
-The Green Mile by Stephen King: I love the movie and I felt like I should read the book as well.
-Angels & Demons by Dan Brown: I realised I have never actually read this one, which should be remedied soonish.
-The Maze Runner
The Scorch Trials
The Death Cure
The Kill Order by James Dashner: this boxed set was too good to pass on, I really want to read The Maze Runner and see what people have been talking about.
-The Mime Order by Samantha Shannon: I borrowed this from Debby, THANK YOUUUUU!! And already read and loved it! So many feels!
-Fables Vol 1: Legends in Exile and Fables Vol 2: Animal Farm: borrowed from one of my best friends, they look really interesting, and I've been meaning to try something new, maybe graphic novels will become a new obsession :)
Aww, crap. There's a Maze Runner prequel? How did I miss that?ReplyDelete
I'd heard about it, I'm not a big fan of prequels, but we'll see :)Delete
Pennyroyal Academy sounds so cool!ReplyDelete
I know right!Delete
So many people keep talking about Pennyroyal this wee, I guess I have to check it out now. Out of all the titles though, Poison Heart caught my eye, so I am most curious as to what you'll think of it.ReplyDelete
Dreams @ Once Upon A Dream Books
I'll be sure to let you know! :) I hope Pennyroyal is awesome.Delete
You have a lot of books up there that I would recommend. The Clare series is excellent as is the Maze Runner series. Both the King and the Brown book are well worth the read. Fables absolutely rocks!ReplyDelete
Ooh, that's what I like to hear! Now I'm extra excited!Delete