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Another week passed, another book haul to post. I need to cool down with buying books but there's just too many good ones I want! People need to write them slower!
I got all three Freebie Friday books along with
The Nightmare Affair by Mindee Arnett and Poison Princess by Kresley Cole are two novels I have been eying for the longest time and I am really curious about them both. I really hope they won't disappoint me because the hype around these two was pretty big on the blogs.
I have seen Between Two Thorns and Any Other Name by Emma Newman on so many blogs and people seem to really love the books, so I had to get them. I adore the cover so I look forward to starting the series very much.
Finally, a copy of The Archived by Victoria Schwab is mine! I have been chasing after this book for the longest time and it's pretty high on my TBR pile. I also got The Near Witch by the same author. Looks like a good read, hope it really is.
Another one I'm really excited about it Poison by Bridget Zinn, a book I have been meaning to get for quite some time as well. And I also got Slide by Jill Hathaway, a good looking and sounding book. I have seen it around a lot and I am quite curious about it.
I also got on a David Levithan spree. I ADORED Will Grayson, Will Grayson and I had to check him out. I've read all Green's books so far so now it's Levithan's turn.
Earth Girl by Janet Edwards was recommended to me by Leah and I decided to try it out. It's a dystopia so I am totally intrigued. I also finally got Love, Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli. I've read book one ages ago and I need to finish the series.
Of course I got The Cuckoo's Calling by Robert Galbraith aka J.K. Rowling. I am so excited for this one! I only have an e-copy at the moment but I plan to get a hardback one as well. And by another recommendation by Leah I also got Tigers in Red Weather by Liza Klaussmann. Always up for trying something new.