Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Huge July Book Haul 2015

Hi guys. so today's post is going to be a really long book haul. I forgive you if you don't read all the mini blurbs. This book haul consists of books bought in both June and July. All of them came from either The Works (9/12 did,) the charity shop and the library. 

All of these books I bought for £1(!) apart from The Girl and COHF which were £1.99- still an amazing bargain. I got all of these books from The Works and the Charity Shop

The Works:
'A Monster Calls'- Patrick Ness
This is book is all over booktube and booktubers love it. It's about a boy who has reoocuring dreams and then suddenly one night he wakes up to find a monster at the end of his bed who wants the truth. 
Synopsis

'City of Heavenly Fire'- Cassandra Clare
This is the long awaited final book in TMI series and I really did not want to look up the blurb for this incase I spoiled something for myself.

'The Immortal Rules' and 'The Eternity Cure'- Julie Kagawa
I already had the third book in this trilogy so when I saw the first and second book for a pound each I had to get them. 
The series is basically about a poor farm girl who one night is turned into a vampire. She then goes on a journey that she has to disguise herself as a human to find the 'Eternity Cure...'
This book scored really high on Goodreads, despite myself being over the whole vampire genre. 
The Girl With all the Gifts:
Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don't like her. She jokes that she won't bite, but they don't laugh.


'All our Yesterdays'- Cristin Terrill.
This book really interested me as it is about time travel. Em is locked in a cell and the only thing she has is the boy next door and the instructions in the drain pipe.
Marina suddenly faces a disaster to do with the love of her life. 
They both therefore have to race against time, however only one of them will win.

'Talon'- Julie Kagawa
This will be the first dragon book I will have ever read and I am so exited for it!
'Burn Mark'- Laura Powell
This will also be the first witchraft book I have ever read, that I can remember. Yes, I have never read Harry Potter. I know, I hate myself for that too. 
Burn Mark is essentially about a battle between two covens which was created by a new witch. 
'Earthfall'- Mark Walden.
This is a dystopian, post apocalyptic novel where if you are a survivor of the apocalypse you are essentially hunted. 
I've also just found out that this is a part of a series. 
'Rupture'- Simon Lelic
Rupture has a very interesting story line where a teacher shoots himself and a bunch of students. A police officer, instead of brushing the shooting off, wants to discover why he did it. 
Synopsis

                         I got these two books from the library and was very happy that I saw them.

'Sister's Red'- Jackson Pearce
This is a retelling of Red Riding Hood, which I've been wanting to read for ages. The book is about two sisters who want to protect the girls from werewolves by hunting them.
'A Court of Thorns and Roses'- Sarah J Maas.
I've been wanting to read a book from Sarah J Maas for absolutely ever. I've heard many good things about her writing and can't wait to read this book. This book is about wolves and faries (I believe) and I'm guessing there is going to be a battle in there somewhere.

Those were all the books I got in June/ July. I know I've bought a lot of books but I only really spent £15 and I also don't plan on buying anymore.

Have you read any of these books? I'd love to hear what you think of them but please dont leave any spoliers :)



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