Considering i’ve been saying for months that i was going to stop buying books, i’ve bought a lot of books haven’t i? I had some birthday vouchers left from February so decided they should probably be spent… on books. Here are the few that i picked up which i am very excited about!
Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
I’ve been dying to get my hands on a copy of Six Of Crows for a long time and i finally got around to picking up a copy. I debated waiting and getting the box set of the duology when it is released in September, but i realised i couldn’t wait that long. All i know is that it is by Leigh Bardugo and is about a heist, and that’s all i really needed to know.
You Know Me Well By David Levithan and Nina LaCour
Once again i know very little about this book except it involved David Levithan and it was coming out soon. That was all i needed to know in order to pick it up. There has been quite a lot of hype around this novel online recently and i cannot wait to get in to the next instalment of David’s writing, i truly do love his stories.
Wild Lily by K.M. Peyton
Whenever i get a voucher as a gift i like to spend it on a book that i’ve either not heard of or not seen the reviews for. This time when i walked in to the bookshop i noticed Wild Lily, and had never heard of it before. The premise sounds interesting as it is about a young boy and girl who meet due to them being able to travel through time. It sounds like a unique twist on a YA novel so decided to pick up a copy.
Those are the three books that i picked up this weekend that have gone to the top of my TBR pile, i’m very very excited about these. I would like to say it’s going to be a while until my next book haul, however i have a break from the book ban on the 2nd of June to get my hands on a copy of Giovanna Fletcher’s new novel Always With Love. So expect to see another small book haul in the near future!
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I’ve been wanting to try Leigh Bardugo. I’m excited to see what you think.
I, too, am reading the David Levithan soon. Unfortunately, I’m second at the library, so it will be a couple of weeks.