Book Haul #13: The Birthday Edition

Posted August 30, 2014 by Debby in Uncategorized

Another month has gone by, and I feel like I have enough books for another haul – even though I only bought one book in about 2(!!) months now. You should all be very proud of me. *cough* Um, but yeah, it was my birthdayyyy this month, so I ended up with some nice pretty books anyway, so HUGS AND KISSES TO AMAZING FOLKS.


Venom by Fiona Paul


The Nutcracker by E.T.A. Hoffman (Thank you Claire Legrand!)

For Review

William Shakespeare’s The Jedi Doth Return by Ian Doescher (Thank you Quirk Books ♥♥♥)


Catching Jordan by Miranda Kenneally (Thank you Christina!!!!)
Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally (Seriously you’re too sweet.)
Things I Can’t Forget by Miranda Kenneally (They are so freaking pretty.)
Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally (WANT TO DEVOUR RIGHT NOW.)
Blue Monday by Nicci French (Thanks to my aunt, uncle, and cousins!!)
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith (Thank you to the best bff everrrrrr, miss you Tom!)
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (Thank you to totes adorbs stepbrother #1!)
Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys (Thank you to totes adorbs stepbrother #2!)

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4 responses to “Book Haul #13: The Birthday Edition

  1. I really hope that you love Venom, because then I’ll know if I should read it. Because ships.

    Oooh, The Nutcracker actually looks really awesome. Now I kind of want it. Also, reviews of Winterspell have been making me nervous. :/

    You will enjoy all of them, I think. I mean, BAB was one of the darker ones and you loved that. Get the fluffs. I have to see if I correctly predict your favorites. :-p

    I’ve actually been reading the Nicci French ones, and I like them. They’re like serial killers and psychological thrillers, which is pretty much my limit on mysteries.

    I love the orange behind the title of The Silkworm. I still can’t make up my mind about whether to read those Rowling books.


    BSOG is good, but not super the feelsy. Well, it’s feelsy, but not romantic feelsy. It’s like WHY DOES HUMANITY SUCK? feelsy.

    • If there are no good ships in Venom I will likely cry forever. But, err, no pressure, book. >.>

      REALLY? I haven’t seen any Winterspell reviews yet, and I think I won’t bother looking so I can stay un-hyped but… 🙁 Sads. That needs to be amazing.

      HEEHEEHEE. I forgot which you said would be my favorites, but this is good, we can reevaluate as I go along.

      I saw you’re one of my only GR friends who read Blue Monday. Yeah, I don’t do the mystery thing either but… I dunno. Sometimes it’s nice to try something different. The stumbling block will be reading it in Dutch though.

      That cover is soooo pretty, I just stroked it for a good 5-10 minutes when I unwrapped it. I will need to force myself to read these soon so I will let you know.


      Yeah, I mean, it’s WWII, I wouldn’t expect romantic feels haha. But that’s good. As long as I get to feel things. I like feeling things.