Saturday, November 8, 2014

Book Haul, or the One in Which I Ardently Admire and Love You




YAY THIS WEEK IS OVER. THANK THE BOOKISH GODS. (It's really been one of those weeks, hasn't it? AT LEAST THERE'S BOOKS!)

For review:

From Quirk Books:


Jane Austen Cover to Cover: 200 Years of Classic Book Covers by Margaret C. Sullivan
Eeeeee! You might have heard me mention one or a billion times that I'm a biiiit of a Janeite, so this book--about the history of Jane Austen covers, full of gorgeous pictures and hilarious-yet-informative commentary--is basically porn to me.

From Harper via Edelweiss:

I just cannot resist whenever Harper unloads a slew of pretties onto Edelweiss. I JUST CANNOT RESIST. Bad blogger. Baaaad.

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None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio
SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE. It's about a teenager who discovers she's intersex. Yesssss.

Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley
Pretty feather cover + skyships = DROOLING

Endangered by Lamar Giles
Teenage vigilante photographer. Diversity. Couldn't resist.

Drive Me Crazy by Terra Elan McVoy
ADORABLE FREINDSHIP MG

Conpsiracy of Blood and Smoke by Anne Blankman
SEQUEL TO ONE OF MY FAVES OF THE YEAR, PRISONER OF NIGHT AND FOG YES PLEEEEEASE

Invincible by Amy Reed
Gorgeous cover

Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman
MORE GORGEOUS COVER

Weekap:

Reasons to Read: Unmade by Sarah Rees Brennan
Top Ten Books I Want to Reread
Shop Around: YA Characters with Romantic Pasts
Review: Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle

5 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh, that Jane Austen book looks awesome! Also, I love your post title. Any Pride and Prejudice reference makes me happy!

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  2. So many pretty books this week and that Jane Austen books looks like so much fun :D

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  3. I didn't know Invincible was on Edelweiss! That totally makes my day :D

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  4. That Jane Austen book looks gorgeous! I'm a Janeite too :D I'm hoping to start getting some nicer quality Austen editions (maybe a box set? not sure yet...) to grace my shelves. Right now my copy of P&P is a rather beat-up paperback library discard, lol. It's been much loved, though!

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