It is time for my September 2017 book haul. As you may have read in Monday’s post, I have been limiting the number of books I ask for each month. Basically, I am buying books I will get to within months.
Here are the book I was lucky enough to get.
Huntress by Melinda Lo. I had read snippets of Ash from the library, and I realized that I need this story in my life. I am hoping to pick up Ash by the time this book comes in the mail.
first book in a series
The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig involves pirates and time travel. I think it’s own voices for bisexuality and bi-racial characters? Please correct me if I made a mistake here. For reasons involving my senile mind, I am not remembering where I read about this book. But, I want to read it with the Passengers duology I got by Alexandra Bracken.
First, I got the next installment in the Poison Study-verse: Shadow Study. From what I know, this will focus more on Valek, which is something I am just ready for. Hopefully, I can fly through these books like I did with the first book.
History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. I may need to displace my sadness on some other story. This one has the aftermath of a suicide, which may be a tear-jerking experience. Perfect.
We Are Okay by Nina LaCour. This person is fantastic, and I just love her writing (except for that David Levithan collaboration. We don’t talk about that here). Another sad read, from what I hear, but it may help me get some perspective on grief.
What are you hauling this month? Have you decided which books you’re going to read first? Let our conversation continue in the comments.