Wednesday, 22 February 2017

"There is no such thing as too many books. However, there is such a thing as not enough room."

Hello dear readers,
today I am here to share with you all of the books I have bought since the beginning of December. Some of them you might have seen in my pictures already, but I am going to show them regardless. I am excited about pretty much every single book in this haul, for I've heard nothing but great things about them all. In case you've read some book mentioned in this post, definitely let me know what did you think about it. We can chat in the comment section down bellow. Okay, so let's get started...

  • All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders - I am currently reading this book and I am completely in love with the story. I've heard mixed things about it, and so I wasn't expecting much from it. But this is simply my cup of tea, so I am glad I decided to give it a chance and see for myself if I like it or not...
  • Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo - I bought this book because everybody is raving about it, but I haven't read The Grisha trilogy yet, and some people say that it's better to read that one first. So I will have to buy that series before picking up Six of Crows. Oh, well...
  • Life & Death by Stephenie Meyer - This is a Twilight reimagined. I've already read it and really enjoyed it. I'll probably write a review on it at some point...
  • The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer - I am really curious about this newest book by Stephenie Meyer. Hopefully, I'll have a chance to get into it soon...
  • The Complete Illustrated Works of Hans Christian Andersen - I love fairytales, and so I wanted some beautiful bind up edition to my collection. I found this one. And I love the cover of it, but I have to say that the font is quite small and hence not so easy to read. But I'll manage somehow, I am sure...
  • The Young Elites, The Rose Society and The Midnight Star by Marie Lu - I absolutely adored Legend by Marie Lu so I am super excited about her newest trilogy. According to some people, it might be even better so I can't wait to start the first book soon...

  • Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven - I don't know much about this book except that it's about some girl that is having issues with her body shape. I am really intrigued by this theme so I can't wait to read it. Plus the cover is beautiful...
  • How to Find Love in a Book Shop by Veronica Henry - How cute is the title of this novel. I mean, there has to be a smile emerging on the face of every reader...
  • Dear Nobody by Berlie Doherty - This book was recently published in The Originals series by Penguin Books. It's a debut novel that has become a classic really quickly. I am super excited to read it...
  • Wildflower by Drew Barrymore - I love Drew Barrymore. She's one of my all time favourite actresses. There's just something about her that I absolutely adore. And I've heard that her autobiography is very inspiring and uplifting, so I can't wait to read it and learn a little bit more about Drew and her life...
  • Wanderlost by Jen Malone - I am dying for summer so I've started to collect books to my summery TPR pile. And Wanderlost is one of them...
  • This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers - I feel like I have to read this book immediately or I am about to miss something really important. I am not kidding. I've been seeing this book around on Tumblr and Instagram for many years now, and everybody seems to love it. So I finally bought it, too...
  • Talking As Fast As I Can by Lauren Graham - This book is pretty much self-explanatory. I love Gilmore Girls and Lauren Graham, so of course, I had to have the newest book of hers...
  • The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie - I wanted to read this one during Christmas but that didn't happen. And so I am going to save it for the next year. I love the title as well as the cute cover of this book...
  • A Jane Austen Christmas by Carlo Devito - This is a really beautifully bound book about Jane Austen and her traditions. Fans of hers can learn a little bit more about her daily life from this book. Definitely a perfect piece to your collection...

  • Krysař/The Ratcatcher by Viktor Dyk - I've always wanted to read this book but for some reason, I just never have, even though it's one of those books you could read during one sitting. So I hope I'll have a chance to read it soon, now that I have it in my collection...
  • Ptáci v trní/The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough - Another book I've been meaning to read for a long time. The cover is so beautiful that I just couldn't leave it when I came upon it in a bookshop. So hopefully, I'll get to this one soon as well...
  • Dám ti slunce/I'll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson - I've heard so many amazing things about Jandy Nelson's books, so I am really curious to find out what's in them for myself...
  • Sůl moře/Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys - I am so glad I've added this book to my little collection of Ruta Sepetys' novels. She's an amazing author and I can't wait to read another of her books...
  • Američtí bohové/American Gods by Neil Gaiman - I am so excited to finally have this book that I've been missing to be able to read Anansi Boys which is the second book in the series. Now my collection of Neil Gaiman's books is almost complete...

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