Autumn Book Haul

It feels like I did my last book haul just last week, and yet I already seem to have a stack of new books ready and waiting to be read on my desk.  This is a pretty mixed haul, with some new releases, classics, and some books that I just really fancied picking up in it, all of which I am so excited to get to, hopefully pretty soon.

So here are all of the books I have picked up over the last few months!

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I pretty sure I am one of the few people who didn’t watch the TV adaptation of this one, but after hearing so many good things about it, I decided to pick up the book and read it for myself.  The synopsis for this one sounds so interesting, and I’m really excited to dive back into dystopian as it has been a while since I’ve read one.

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Even before this one was out, I was hearing nothing but good things about it, so whilst book shopping I decided to pick it up for myself, as I just couldn’t wait to see what everyone was raving about, and also knew that it sounded exactly like something I would enjoy as well.  I have since also watched Wonder Woman for the first time, and completely fell in love with it, so I wouldn’t be surprised if this becomes one of my next reads.

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This was one I had been anticipating for years since I heard that Stephanie Perkins was writing a horror book, and so I could not resist picking it up as soon as I could.  I’ve actually already read this one because it seemed like the perfect book to read before Halloween, but unfortunately I did not end up enjoying it as much as I thought I would.

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Recently I’ve been reading alot more classics than I usually do, and so figured it was time to add another one to my collection.  I’ve always been curious to read this one, and when I saw this gorgeous edition of it I decided that it was the perfect opportunity to pick it up.

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This was actually a little bit of a spontaneous buy for me, as I just couldn’t resist picking it up when I saw it for really cheap a month or so ago now.  I’ve always heard good things about this one, and although it is definitely not what I usually read, I am really excited to step out of my comfort zone and try something a little different to normal.

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This is one of many books that everyone else seems to have read par me, and so I finally took the first step towards correcting that when I bought this one recently.  Not only does everyone rave about this book, but the movie is also coming out next year, and so I really do need to read this one soon before its released.

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This is another recent release that I was just so desperate to pick up, as not only does the concept sound just so cool and unique, but I also am super excited to read another book by Adam Silvera after loving History is All You Left Me at the start of the year.  I just can’t wait to see what happens in this one, and to hopefully enjoy it as much as I think I will.

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Like everyone else, I was more than excited to get my hands on John Green’s newest release in far too long, and so I just had to pick it up as soon as it was released last month.  I haven’t actually read this one yet, but am so excited to pick it up soon, as I have heard so many people say they loved it, and that it deals with mental illness really well.

 

What books have you bought recently?  Have you read any of these – what did you think?

5 thoughts on “Autumn Book Haul

  1. I read Turtles and They Both Die At The End.
    Loved both of them! Turtles felt so real to me, even though I don’t have OCD myself, but I noticed my skin crawling at certain points anyway. That’s simply what a brilliant book is supposed to do.
    As for Silvera’s book: I cried. No other way to put this. I tried not to get too attached to the characters but it’s nearly impossible. :’)

    Hope you love both books as much as I did!

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