I really have a problem.
But, at least they were cheap! Thank you Book Outlet.
So, for this haul I’ve got two packages of books (which you probably gathered from the featured image) that need opening and unboxing. There are a total of 14 books hidden within these glorious boxes. I would make a fancy video, but… I’m not ready for that. SO, we’re sticking to texts and pictures for now!
The first box is the smaller of the two. In it there were six books, five of which were hardcovers and one that was a paperback. Pictured first are Landline by Rainbow Rowell, a book I desperately needed in my collection because yes Rainbow Rowell; City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare because, for some reason, I don’t own this one and I’m not sure how that happened; and Emerald Green by Kirstin Gier, which means I now own the first and third books, but still need the second.
Next is another book by Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor & Park, which is another of hers that I do not actually own. Then is Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo, and finally Crewel by Gennifer Albin in its original cover because its original cover is gorgeous. It’s also signed, which is pretty effing awesome. I will have to deal with the fact that the two other books in the series have totally different covers, but this one was too pretty to pass up.
Next is the second box! There were eight total books in this second box, with two hardcovers and six paperbacks.
Pictured from this box are Lux: Beginnings by Jennifer L. Armentrout, which contains the first two books in the series; Liberator by Richard Harland, which is the sequel to the book I’m reading right now, Worldshaker; Scintillate by Tracy Clark; and Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman, which, after reading the little blurb on Goodreads, is reminding me almost exactly of She’s the Man. Good thing I love that movie.
Finally in this haul we have the second and third books in the Crewel trilogy, Altered and Unraveled, which have completely different covers than the first book and I find this very upsetting. Next is Opposition by Jennifer L. Armentrout, which means I’m missing the middle compilation version of this series. I’ll get it eventually. And finally, Kissing Shakespeare by Paula Mingle, whose cover I just think is super cute.
And those are all of the books in this haul! It might not have seemed like a very large haul, but I felt like it was. 14 books? That’s a lot for me! I say as I glance at my overflowing bookshelves.
Anyway, aside from Liberator, I have no idea what order I’m going to read any of these in yet. They all look so good. Guess I’ll find out.
Thanks for reading!