Saturday, September 21, 2013

Book Haul Vlog, or the One with Bookish Presents From Bookish People

Presents from Christina at A Reader of Fictions:
The Year of Shadows by Claire Legrand
Pretty Girl-13 by Liz Coley
How I Lost You by Janet Gurtler
Starglass by Phoebe North (thanks, ARCycling!)

Won from Judith at Paperiot:
If You Find Me by Emily Murdoch 

Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore

For review:
Goodbye, Rebel Blue by Shelley Coriell (thanks, Amulet!)



  1. You haven't read Fire and Bitterblue yet? O_O

    They're really good. I thought Bitterblue read a bit younger than the previous two, but that might be because Bitterblue is still so young herself. The first half reads a bit like the beginning of Aladdin, when Jasmine disguises herself to mingle with the people. Oh, and two perfect kissing scenes that I have memorised. Just in case you weren't excited about starting it yet.

  2. I LOVE the UK cover of If You Find Me. So different than the US version. I absolutely adored that book as I told you on Twitter earlier today. Oh and Ginger is helping me deal with my seriously insane dog phobia. Starglass looks beautiful. So excited to read that one when I get a chance.

    Happy reading <3

  3. Ah, Bitterblue. <3 perfect book. Ohh. The Year of Shadows is AMAZING! :) Enjoy it all. <3

  4. I can't wait to read Starglass since I love sci-fi!

    And hi Ginger! She's so adorable!!

  5. I don't know if you'll like How I Lost You or not (I did, but not quite enough to keep it forever and ever - I have to be very particular now), but I needed another book to put in the box. Haha. Anyway, I hope you enjoy all the pretties. They were all in the 3.5-4 star range for me, but you might enjoy them EVEN MORE.

    Also, I just read If You Find Me and it is good. I still need to read Bitterblue, but I'm waiting until I can reread the whole series, because FEELS. Also, I love that you have a book mountain being you.

    GOODBYE, REBEL BLUE. I want this. Thankfully, I think my library buys Amulet.

  6. You got the UK version of If You Find Me and they talk about crisps. You have no idea how jealous I am. I loved that book so much and I love the UK. I'm fangirling over your book. Lol!

  7. I'm dying to read The Year of Shadows, I really have no idea how I've avoided reading a Claire Legrand book for this long. If You Find Me sounds heartbreaking but I must read it. Happy reading!


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