August & September 2018 Book Haul

Aug/Sept 2018 Book Haul

You’ll notice I haven’t had a book haul in the past few months; that’s because I went on a bit of a book buying ban to try and make sure I read some of the books I already own (hahaha will we ever be able to not buy books?)

War StormVictoria Aveyard
Okay so I actually bought this book when it came out in May and boy was it a huge disappointment. It was so boring, drawn out, and so anti-climactic for the concluding book in a series. It actually pushed me into a several month long book slump. Ugh.
(Book Depository / Amazon US / Amazon Canada / Amazon UK)

A Reaper at the Gates – Sabaa Tahir
The Ember series is one of my favourites! I bought the North American edition during my trip back home to Canada and it is gorgeous. Read my review of Book One and Book Two.
(Book Depository / Amazon US / Amazon Canada / Amazon UK)

Doomsday BookConnie Willis
This is one my all time favourite books and possibly the best time travel book out there. I found a first edition copy at a charity shop for only £3! What a steal!
(Book Depository / Amazon US / Amazon Canada / Amazon UK)

These Rebel WavesSara Raasch
Harper360 was kind enough to send over an ARC. I’m always up for a new fantasy series with politics and magic!
(Book Depository / Amazon US / Amazon Canada / Amazon UK)

The Extinction Trials: ExileSM Wilson
Dinosaurs! The Extinction Trials was such an adrenaline rush, I expect the second book to be just as thrilling.
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Welcome to Night ValeJeffrey Cranor & Joseph Fink
Okay so this is actually one my husband purchased but he tends to have good taste so I included it in my haul!
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6 thoughts on “August & September 2018 Book Haul

  1. I’ve imposed another book buying ban on myself after caving and buying both Six Of Crows and Crooked Kingdom last month (and finishing them in a couple of weeks) but ahh, I am so tempted by these books! And the pretty picture!

    1. Six of Crows is amazing book worthy of a ban break so I really don’t think you did anything wrong 😛

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