As you can tell from the title, this is a (slightly excessive) book haul. I went a little crazy last month and bought way more books than I meant to. (I ended up putting myself on a book buying ban about two weeks into April).
I found these two at my local used book store in basically brand new condition, and I grabbed them without thinking twice. I don't really know much about this series (I'm pretty sure it's a trilogy) except that it's Dystopian, and I've seen some pretty mixed reviews.
I have no idea what this book is about, I remember putting it on my TBR years ago when it came out, and then I saw it on Book Outlet for super cheap so I grabbed it.
Wicked Lovely by Melissa Marr
This is a re-purchase for me, I read this book back in high school and I loved it so when I saw it on Book Outlet for super cheap I grabbed it. This is the first book in this like, Urban Fantasy/Faerie series.
I received this book for review. It's a debut, YA Contemporary novel set in Southern USA. I've actually already read and reviewed this book > HERE < and I really, really enjoyed it.
I don't know anything about this book really, except that it was really popular a few years back. It was one of those books that I saw at my local used book store, recognized the title, and picked it up.
This is a beautiful Contemporary novel following two twins, Noah and Jude. I've actually already read this book during AuthorAThon last month, and I loved it.
You by Caroline Kepnes
I don't know much about this book, but I've been seeing it floating around the internet a lot lately so when I saw it at the bookstore for bargain price, I grabbed it. All I know about it that it's some kind of Thriller-type novel.
I have no idea what this series is about, other than it's some kind of Fantasy. I've heard really good reviews, so when I saw them both on Book Outlet for really cheap I grabbed them.
So, there are all the books I acquired in April. Have you read any of these? If so, what did you think? Which of these should I pick up first? I'd love to here your thoughts. Thanks for reading, and I hope to see you next time with my next post.