Because my book buying limit went so terribly wrong within the first month, I quickly gave up on it, but I have been trying really hard not to go overboard on the spending this month.
I only bought one eBook this month, and that was ‘Struck’ by Joss Stirling, which I’ve already read and reviewed. ‘Struck’ (also known as ‘Storm and Stone’) is the first book in a new series by Joss Stirling, based on workers at a Young Detective’s Agency and the different escapades that they get up to. The first book focuses on Kieran Storm, a detective sent in to investigate some mysterious and corrupt goings on at a boarding school, the school which Raven Stone attends.
Well, I only bought one eBook, because I got the second eBook free, and that one is ‘Written’ by Rebecca Curran. I don’t know much about this book, but it was free for Kindle and I had entered a competition to win it on Goodreads at some point in the past, so I thought it was worth getting.
I was given one gift this month: a hardcover copy of ‘The 5th Wave’ by Rick Yancey, which my mummy bought for me. I absolutely loved ‘The 5th Wave’, but the version I read was on my Kindle, so I was desperate to get a hard copy of it – and now I have one! I can’t wait to read the sequel, ‘The Infinite Sea’, which I bought a couple of months ago, but I’m trying to hold off because I know the third novel won’t be out for quite a while.
I did buy quite a few books this month, as I normally do when I go up to London, but I only bought three brand new books to treat myself, and those will be the books I haul last.
I’ve decided not to haul my NetGalley books this month, because it would be a ridiculously long list and I’ve gotten some titles that I really want you to be surprised by when I post the reviews of them. So just know that I’ve gotten some awesome books and I will be reading and reviewing them very soon!