I went a little overboard buying books in May and I received a few books for my birthday as well, so I thought I would share with you all of the books I purchased/ received in April and May.
I was banned from buying books until my birthday, so I didn’t make any purchases in April. I did however receive two books that I had pre-ordered in January.
I pre-ordered the sequel to my favorite book in January and it was worth the wait. (Click the title to see my review)
I had this book on my TBR on Goodreads and I needed a book to order with The Rose and the Dagger. The Star- Touched Queen came out the same day as The Rose and the Dagger, so I took it as a sign. (Click the title to see my review)
I pre-ordered this book in January as well (mostly because it was released on my birthday. (Click the title to see my review)
I had been interested in this book since its release. This is my first time reading a book about rape and my copy is now signed by the author. (Click the title to see my review)
A Court of Thorns and Roses
I have heard so many things about this book and I figured 17 was old enough to read it, as I had heard it contains some mature content. I started reading it last night.
Anna Dressed in Blood
I am not normally a fan of horror books, but I have had my eye on this book for a while, so we will see how it goes.
The Book Thief
I have heard so many good things about this book and as I have never read a book about World War II, I thought it was about time I picked one up.
I really liked the author’s other book, Stitching Snow and this one is a retelling of favorite fairy tale, The Wild Swans.
A Court of Mist and Furry
I already had A Court of Thorns and Roses and when I found a signed edition at my closest Chapters, I had to buy it.
I have heard good things about this book and I convinced my mom to buy it for me.
Again, I have heard good things about this book.
Between Shades of Gray
I really want to read the author’s other book, but I’m cheap and this one was already out in paperback.
Hamilton: The Revolution
I have been obsessed with Hamilton (strange as it may be for a Canadian to like a musical about an American dead guy) for a few months and my brother gave me this for my birthday.
How Shakespeare Changed Everything
I’m not really sure why, but my parents gave this to me for my birthday. I will probably read this one last.
Have you read any of these books?