April Book Haul + Wrap-up

Looks like April is another lazy month for me. This month, I managed to read and review only five books (boohoo). Here’s the list:

  1. Timothy Other: The Boy Who Climbed Marzipan Mountain by Lawrence Sydney Abel
  2. The Anesthesia Game by Rea Nolan Martin
  3. Ricochet: Riding the Wave of Hope with the Dog who Inspires Millions by Judy Fridono with Kay Pfaltz
  4. The Prophecy by Erin Rhew
  5. Blind Shady Bend by Adina Sara

I hope that I can actually complete my Spring Reading List which I made for a Top Ten Tuesday many weeks back. So far, I’ve managed to finish four out of the list of ten books.

This month, I’m finally satisfied with my book haul:

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I’ve finally got my hands on the book at the top of my wish-list: Seraphina!!!

Ever since I read the synopsis of Seraphina by a local book blogger, I’ve always wanted to get a copy for myself. After more than one year of patience, that title showed up in the bookshop I always frequent. I could just spend an entire day looking at that gorgeous cover!

I also bought Library of Souls, book three of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children. A great pity I couldn’t get the first and second books of the trilogy. I’m certainly gonna find a day to read both Seraphina and Library of Souls.

I also got River Angel by Manette Ansay, Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen, The Ringmaster’s Daughter by Jostein Gaarder and Paradise Fields by Katie Fforde. A good book haul in my opinion this month.

I’m gonna work hard in May too. Happy reading everybody!

February: Not much of a book haul

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This month is already coming to an end ( *gasp* so soon?). Therefore I decided (hah!  Less of a decision than a compulsion) to make a stop at a bookstore to get some books for my February book haul, but as you can see, it’s not that much of a book haul.

I finally managed to get a book written by Amanda Hocking. I couldn’t afford to buy the series written by her since if I know I’ll want the entire series at once. I fell in love with the beautiful eye-catching cover and I fell even more when the male character in the book is named Loki. Who wouldn’t love that name???

I’m sooooo excited to set to reading all those three books but since I have a whole list of ebooks to read, I think I’ll just dedicate the next month to reading them. I’ve managed to read seven books thus month which I know isn’t much so I really hope I can get more reading done the next month.