Sunday, 24 April 2016

Book Haul | 6

It's time for another book haul! It's been a couple months since my last one and in that time I've been making the most of all the deals that seem to be on in all of the bookshops so I've accumulated quite a few more books. Also all of these books have the most beautiful covers so this is going to be a very pretty book haul!

The first book I have to show you is Rebel of The Sands by Alwyn Hamilton. I'd seen this mentioned quite a few times by people on youtube and I really liked the sound of it, so when I saw this in asda for only £3 I had to pick it up. I don't know much about the story other than it includes romance, magic, rebellion, uprising, AND it's set in the desert, which sounds so up my street it's ridiculous! Also I think this book may have one of the most beautiful covers I've ever seen!
The next book is Neptune's Tears by Susan Waggoner. This is set in the year 2218 and follows a young girl called Zee as she encounters a young alien boy when working as an intern empath. I adore fantasy/sci-fi books so I'm very excited to read this and it's also super short so it'll be quite a quick read!

With one of my vouchers from my birthday I picked up The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson. The only thing I know about this is that it's about a guy named David who wants to be a girl, and I think it follows his story as he transitions and how he deals with the people's reactions. I've heard so many good reviews about this book and I cannot wait to dive into it. I feel like this will be a real heart-warming and interesting read! 
The next book I got was Angelfall by Susan EE. All I know about this book is that it involves evil angels who kidnap a young girl and it follows the story of her sister as she attempts to rescue her. I've heard mixed things about this book, some people love it some people don't, but I really like the sound of it so I can't wait to get started!

Next I got Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder. I picked this up mainly because the cover grabbed my attention, I still don't really know what it's about! I think it's quite philosophical and it's apparently a very well known book, as you can see it says 20th anniversary edition on the cover so I'm very intrigued to read this. It must be interesting!
The final book I have to show you guys is Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. I love Rainbow Rowell's books, I own pretty much all of them and I've really enjoyed the ones I've read so far. Attachments is about a guy who monitors emails for the company he works for and one day he reads a conversation between two of the female employees. As he continues to follow this conversation he starts to fall in love with one of them and the story continues from there. I'm so excited to read this, Rainbow Rowell's books just make me feel all warm and fuzzy inside and everyone needs that every once in a while!

I still have so many books to show you guys so definitely expect more book hauls soon. Let me know in the comments what books you've read recently and if any of these interest you!
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  1. Need to get these Sophie's world sounds like something I could read
    Beauty Candy Loves

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    1. I'm very excited to read it, I think it's quite a well known book! xxx

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  2. Ah I've read attachments and I completely loved it. I love anything by Rainbow Rowell too! I think I've read all of hers by now!
    Words By Katie

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    1. I can't wait to read attachments! Me too I love her books so much! :) xxx

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  3. These all look so neat! You make me want to go buy a bunch of books and curl up for an afternoon :)

    -Cass
    www.lifewithcass.com

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    1. Ahah that's the best way to spend an afternoon! :) xxx

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  4. We've read those books and we agree! Our fave was Neptune's Tears :)

    Taryn | TheFuss.co.uk

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    1. This has made me even more excited to read it! It sounds so good :) xxx

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