So this is one VERY late post. I was meant to post it at the end of August, but I just haven’t had the time recently to sit down and write. But here I am, finally getting it done. Better late than never, right?
I’ve got 12 books to share with you today.
Let’s get on with it, shall we?
This was pretty much a cover buy, even though I know I’m 90% sure I’m gonna love it. It’s gotten some pretty good reviews across the board, and that’s always a good sign. Also, isn’t the cover beautiful?
I read the first book last year and really enjoyed it. It’s been a while since I’ve dived into some historical fiction, so I’m excited to see how the story will develop, especially after that ending.
The wait for this book was excruciating to say the least. I devoured it as soon as I got it, even though I was in a slump at the time. I loved every moment and it was such a good conclusion to the trilogy.
I received this as a present from my sister for my birthday and I’m so happy I own it. I really enjoyed The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee and so I can’t wait to check out this story which has been inspired by fedual Japan.
As you may already know, I don’t read much contemporary, but this is one book I knew I had to have. I majorly got swept up into the hype of its release, so I hope it delivers.
When I finished reading Malice, the first book in this series, I immediately brought the second and third, and preordered the fourth. I absolutely LOVED Malice (as I’ve mentioned quite a few times now). I’m SOOOO pumped to continue this series which I’ve heard only gets better.
This was a birthday present to myself this year. These editions are quite pricey, and so I decided I’d treat myself to them for my birthday. They’re just as beautiful as the others in these editions, but these definitely take the cake I think. And now that I own them, I can finally continue on with the Realm of the Elderlings series and return back to Fitz’s story.
Ever since I finished the Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy, I’ve been waiting for a new Laini Taylor book to be released. And in March, that day came. This book has got to be one of the prettiest books in my collection (and to think I nearly got the US one). This picture doesn’t do it justice. It’s unbelievably gorgeous, and always catches my eye from my shelves.
So there you have it. All the books I brought/received this Spring and Summer. And I have to say I’m quite pleased with my book buying habits recently. 12 books in a six month period is pretty good going for me. Hopefully this trend continues. I’ve got to get that TBR down. 😂
As always, thanks for reading.