September 2017: Book Haul

 

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.

Prequels

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.

Sequels

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.

stand-alone novels

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.

 

Your Turn:

What are you hauling this month? Have you decided which books you’re going to read first? Let our conversation continue in the comments.

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  1. I hauled too much. We shall not speak of it. I envy your constraint to only get 5 books a month. The cover of We Are Okay is pretty. I have The Girl From Everywhere too. <3

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