Hi guys! Today I'm going to go through all the books I hauled over the course of November. I picked up some really great new releases and I got sent a couple of arcs that I am so excited for. As always I'm not going to go into too much detail about the synopsis of any of these but I'll leave links to Goodreads, AmazonUK and Book Depository if you want to check them out. I'll also link to my full reviews for the ones I have read already.
The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli
I've heard loads of brilliant things about this book over the last few days and I am so excited to dig into it. Now to find the time. I got this in the November 'Ladies That Slay' FairyLoot box.
Renegades by Marissa Meyer
After finishing the e-arc I decided to pick up a physical copy for myself. You can read my full review here.
The Name of The Wind by Patrick Rothfuss (Tenth Anniversary Edition)
This book is absolutely gorgeous. I've been eyeing up the regular edition for the longest time but for some reason I just never bought it. So when I saw the 10th anniversary edition I had to get it.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (US Collector's Edition)
So I picked up the UK collectors edition not too long ago and I was pretty disappointed that the extra content and fan art was not included in that one. The only thing different from the regular edition was the red cover and it was kind of a faded shade as well. So when I found the US edition for a decent price I had to get it because it is so much better. The fan art is gorgeous and the extra content is well worth it. It's also blood red and has beautiful red stained edges. So I would highly recommend passing on the UK version and going for the US one if you can.
Almost Midnight by Rainbow Rowell
I love that a physical copy of these two short stories have been released in physical form. I have yet to actually read them, but I am really glad I haven't already read the digital versions, so I can experience these stories for the first time in this lovely edition. Also, the illustrations are breathtaking!
Turtles All The Way Down by John Green
I've actually not read anything by John Green in the past but own both The Fault in Our Stars and Paper Towns. But I've just not felt like really picking them up. Turtles All The Way Down really grabbed my attention though, so I think this might be the first of his books I will end up reading. If I like it I'll probably finally decide to read his other books.
Here are a few of arcs I got this month:
Furyborn by Claire Legrand
I got an arc of this also in the November FairyLoot box. I was so thrilled when I opened the box and saw an arc of this as it is a book I have been so excited for. Expected release date: 22nd of May 2018.
If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout
I got this as an e-arc from NetGalley but I am going to pick up a phyiscal copy soon becuase I adored this book. It's one of the best contemporaries I have read so far this year. Read my full review here.
Expected UK release date: 14th of December 2017.
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
I was literally screaming when I saw that I'd been approved to read this book on NetGalley as it is one of my most anticipated reads for 2018. So I am so excited to start it. I think I might start this as soon as I've finished the two books I am currently reading. Expected release date: 2nd of January 2018.
So thats it. I've just got to find time to actually read these now.
Thank you so much for reading! Let me know in the comments what books you picked up this month! Or if you've read any of the above, what did you think of them?
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