Hello everyone! I am doing a book haul post today, to show you what books have accumulated in my house lately. Also, remember I said I wanted to try new types of posts this year? Well, here’s another one! I’ve always enjoyed reading book haul posts, as it shows what everyone else is into and what they plan to read! So, here are the books that I have either bought or borrowed from the library this past month.
Eliza and Her Monsters by Francesca Zappia:
I LOVED this book, and I couldn’t stand to live without it any longer. It nicely represents people who like spending time online and those with mental health problems. It was extremely relatable, and I enjoyed all the characters!
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell:
I read this as part of an independent reading assignment for school last year, and I enjoyed it far more than I thought I would. Both Eleanor and Park are wonderful characters, and they made for a lovely story.
The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon:
Again, I loved this book! (Ha did you notice all of these are contemporary/romance books so far?) The characters were amazing and represented people of different backgrounds and cultures.
The Selection and The Elite by Kiera Cass:
I was surprised by this series, as I did not know about the dystopian aspects before I started reading. I liked both America and Maxon, and I think their characters progressed well throughout the story. I had the rest of the series already, so I finally have the whole thing!
The Testing, Independent Study, and Graduation Day by Joelle Charbonneau:
My sister introduced me to this series, and I found it quite enjoyable. It is very dystopian, and the characters are great. The first one is very Hunger Games like, but still very good!
From the Library:
Dare Mighty Things by Heather Kaczynski:
It sounds like the Hunger Games in space? (So many Hunger Games references today)
Zero Repeat Forever by Gabrielle Prendergast:
This sounds like a fun sci-fi adventure!
I am not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sanchez:
I have heard such wonderful things about this book, and I am very eager to read it (hopefully soon)!
Have you bought any wonderful books lately? Do you go to the library frequently (if you have one)? Have you read any of the books I mentioned?