Book haul, General bookish fun

Book Haul

Hello!

Its been ages since I last did a book haul post, I’ve also received and picked up some brilliant books recently and thought I’d share some of them with you today. If you click on the titles it will take you to their Goodreads pages.

IMG_20190224_133650_650.jpgThe Fork, The Witch and the Worm by Christopher Paolini:

I adored The Inheritance Cycle, and been dying for Christopher to write another book. I couldn’t believe it when this was announced, it’s one of my most anticipated 2019 reads and I can’t wait to start reading it. Also, how amazing is the cover?! I’m saving it until I’ve re-read the series to refresh my memory.

IMG_20190110_140110_286.jpgThe Wicked King by Holly Black:

This was one of my most anticipated 2019 reads, I adored The Cruel Prince and had been impatiently waiting for this ever since. I was thrilled to be sent a free review copy and started it straight away, I’ve finished it and my review can be found here if you fancy a read. I can’t recommend this series enough!

IMG_20190224_132303_142.jpgWe Are Blood and Thunder by Kesia Lupo:

This is my first free review copy from Bloomsbury which is really exciting! I kept hearing about this one and jumped at the chance to read and review it, though I’ll have to wait until I’ve read a couple of books publishing first. I’m really looking forward to reading this in March!

IMG_20190224_133241_257.jpgHotel Flamingo by Alex Milway:

This is such an adorable middle grade book, I jumped at the chance to review it when I was offered a free review copy. This is another one I read as soon as it arrived and it didn’t disappoint, I loved every page and the illustrations are beautiful! My review will go up soon.

IMG_20190223_231801_065.jpgProud Anthology:

This was a free review copy from the lovely people at Stripes, I can’t tell you how excited I was when this anthology dropped though my letterbox. I’ve been eager to get my hands on this one for ages, so it was a lovely surprise to get a copy. Proud was Compiled by Juno Dawson and full of illustrated short stories and poems by LGBTQ authors/illustrators.

IMG_20190224_131357_085.jpgThe Toymakers by Robert Dinsdale:

This one my mum bought for me a couple of weeks ago, I’ve heard nothing but brilliant things about it since it came out so I’m looking forward to seeing what all the fuss is about. The cover is gorgeous too, I’m definitely going to pick it up soon. My copy also has snazzy red sprayed edges, I do love sprayed edges!

IMG_20190224_120638_402.jpgThe Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton:

This is another one my mum bought me, and another with snazzy red sprayed edges. This book has been haunting me, everywhere I look it’s there. I’ve heard nothing but good things about it, so I’m looking forward to seeing what all the hype is about. I hope it lives up to it!

IMG_20190224_132820_356.jpgTwo Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus:

I bought this one myself. I adored One of Us is Lying, I finished it recently and picked up a copy of this one straight away. I’m currently reading this and I’m loving it, I can’t wait to find out who is behind it all! I have my suspicions, I’m probably wrong though.

IMG_20190224_132511_446.jpgSong of Sorrow by Melinda SalisburySalisbury:

I was so excited to receive a free review copy of this one from Scholastic, it’s one of my most anticipated 2019 reads! This is definitely going to be my next read and I’m beyond excited to find out what happens next, keep an eye out for my review on the next couple of weeks!

Have you read any of these, any of them on your TBR? Let me know in the comments!

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