Book Haul: May 2015

Oh dear. I don’t know how it happened, but somehow I ended up with 38 books this month! That is ridiculous and slightly insane. There were a lot of new releases, and I got a lot of good deals, but something’s gotta give…

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Vampire Academy – Richelle Mead
Frostbite – Richelle Mead
Shadow Kiss – Richelle Mead
Blood Promise – Richelle Mead
Spirit Bound – Richelle Mead
Last Sacrifice – Richelle Mead
Gregor the Overlander – Suzanne Collins
Gregor and the Prophecy of Bane – Suzanne Collins
Gregor and the Curse of the Warmbloods – Suzanne Collins
Gregor and the Marks of Secret – Suzanne Collins
Gregor and the Code of Claw – Suzanne Collins
P.S. I Still Love You – Jenny Han
The Skeleton Cupboard – Tanya Byron
The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins
Catching Fire – Suzanne Collins
Mockingjay – Suzanne Collins
The 100 Day 21 – Kass Morgan
The 100 Homecoming – Kass Morgan
How To Build A Girl – Caitlin Moran
Second Life – SJ Watson (Signed)
The Isle of the Lost – Melissa de la Cruz
Counter Clockwise – Jason Cockcroft
Mosquitoland – David Arnold
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children – Ransom Riggs
Hollow City – Ransom Riggs
The Heir – Kiera Cass
Disclaimed – Renee Knight
The Summoner: The Novice – Taran Matharu (Signed)
Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda – Beck Albertalli
House of Secrets – Chris Columbus & Ned Vizzini
Reflected in You – Sylvia Day
Rogue – Julie Kagawa
The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud – Ben Sherwood
Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour – Morgan Matson
Second Chance Summer – Morgan Matson
Sabriel – Garth Nix
Dorothy Must Die – Danielle Paige
A Work In Progress – Connor Franta

Right. I’m now on a self-imposed book buying ban, with the exception of new releases! Wish me luck.

My journey will also be instagrammed frequently on @charlottebibliophile

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8 Responses to Book Haul: May 2015

  1. manyreads says:

    Such a great haul, so jealous!!

  2. Holly'sMom says:

    It’s a safety zone for me. Even if I am only able to read a couple of pages at bedtime each night, or even if I’m so busy I can’t read for a few days (torture!) I HAVE to have a book sitting on my bedside table, and at least three to five more waiting to be read on the bookshelf. As I said, it’s a safety zone. Looks like you have built yourself quite a strong safety zone! 🙂 Happy Reading!

  3. OMG!!! 38?! and I thought I had gone overboard with 19… 😉

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