Book Haul

Book Haul 69 | Here We Are with a Lot

The book haul of mostly February and March is quite a big one. As I mentioned on Twitter I am struggling saying no to review copies even though I am kind of overwhelmed. I want to say yes to everyone because I want to give everyone a fair chance, especially those that are self-pubbing. But I can’t always keep up. So that is my struggle at the moment. And I want to read all the other things too ~

The Painted Man (Demon Cycle 1) by Peter V. Brett
I got this second hand from Anderwereld. I’ve been curious about it but you don’t come across it very often.

Pirate Stew by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell = READ
I can never pass up anything illustrated by Chris Riddell as you know and the combination with Neil Gaiman is always a good one.

Daughter of the Moon Goddess (The Celestial Kingdom 1) by Sue Lynn Tan
This is such a pretty cover and I like the sound of the story.

The Cat Who Saved Books by Sosuke Natsukawa
In the same shopping trip as Daughter of the Moon Goddess and Pirate Stew I found this shiny one. And doesn’t it sound right up my alley?

In the Serpents Wake (Tess of the Road 2) by Rachel Hartman
As you know I am a big fan of the Seraphina duology and Tess of the Road so I was happy to see this was finally released. There was almost no buzz for it though unlike Tess of the Road and I think that is a shame. I hope to read it soon.

Sal & Gabi Break the Universe (Sal & Gabi 1) by Carlos Hernandez
Sal & Gabi Fix the Universe (Sal & Gabi 2) by Carlos Hernandez
I’ve only heard great things about this middle grade duology and it is from Rick Riordan Presents which I want to read all books from.

Crowbones (The Others 8) by Anne Bishop = READ
Yeay I finally got my pre order of this and reading it this week.

Stormchaser (The Edge Chronicles 5) by Paul Steward and Chris Riddell
I haven’t read or own any in this series yet but it is with Riddell’s artwork and I want all of those. I got it on sale for 5 Euro.

Gallant by V.E. Scwab = READ
After reading my E Arc I decided I wanted to get the Dutch edition of this book to reread and get a better feel for the book with all the drawings and illustrations. I think it looks better in physical form than in ebook form to catch everything though I enjoyed the story in ebook too. I’ll try and do a reel thing of this book on my bookstagram account and then share it in my march wrap up.

Ebooks

The Black Coast (The God-King Chronicles 1) by Mike Brooks
Dragon Heart (Dragon Queen 1-3) by Ursula Visser
Dragon Bond (Dragon Queen 4) by Ursula Visser
The Summer Tree (The Fionavar Tapestry 1) by Guy Gavriel Kay
Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch (Eva Evergreen 1) by Julie Abe = READ
Six Crimson Cranes (Six Crimson Cranes 1) by Elizabeth Lim
The Awakening (The Dragon Heart Legacy 1) by Nora Roberts

Review Copies

Song of Phoenix and Ink by Margherita Scialla
The Thief Who Sang Storms by Sophie Anderson
The Hunger of the Gods (Bloodsworn Saga 2) by John Gwynne
Gallant by Victoria Schwab = READ
My Mechanical Romance by Alexene Farol Follmuth
The Dragons Universe by various
This Vicious Grace (The Last Finestra 1) by Emily Thiede
The Dragon’s Promise (Six Crimson Cranes 2) by Elizabeth Lim
Go Hex Yourself by Jessica Clare
The Final Strife by Saraa El-Arifi
From Bad to Cursed (The Witches of Thistle Grove 2) by Lana Harper

10 thoughts on “Book Haul 69 | Here We Are with a Lot

  1. You’ve got so many great titles on her 😍 I’ve got My Mechanical Romance too and I can’t wait to read it. You’re also soo lucky to have got an ARC for Dragon’s Promise—I’m SUPER excited for that one! I hope you enjoy all these books and happy reading!

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