September Book Haul

How dare I have a September book haul without completing my August haul first? Well, well, well, for factors outside of my control, like technology issues and the lack of emotional stability, two books are on ice for the moment. I was mostly unable to update my posts because I did not have a laptop for two weeks, then I felt that I was not emotionally ready to read The Perks of being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky and then I also decided that I would put aside The Gift by Cecelia Ahern for a while and read it when Christmas comes.

So hence, here we are, another month, another book haul. Are you ready????

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1 .Dash and Lily’s Book of Dares by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan

What interested me the most about this book was the cover, and the synopsis on the back:

 I’ve left some clues for you.

If you want them, turn the page.

If you don’t, put the book back on the shelf, please.

How do I put the book back down after reading that? Into my book haul you go!

 

2. If I Stay by Gayle Forman

A lot of book bloggers rave about Gayle Forman and this book was recently turned into a film adaptation so it should be good. I’ve heard a lot about the book itself and while the tone of the book is not something I would usually read, I was intrigued and decided to get it.

 

3. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han

The title along the spine of the book jumped out at me, The Summer I Turned Pretty, it’s hard not being curious about a title like that, with Spring showing its head and Summer around the corner I thought this was a very appropriate book to read. Also the cover is really cute and I’ve heard Jenny Han writes killer love stories.

 

4. Slammed by Colleen Hoover

Colleen Hoover. Enough said!

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8 thoughts on “September Book Haul

  1. Summer @ Xingsings says:

    Unfortunately, I wasn’t a fan of If I Stay, but I hope you enjoy it more than I did. The Jenny Han books are nice summer reads, you’ll breeze through I’m sure. And I haven’t read anything by Rachel Cohen and David Levithan since Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, but that was a good one. Nice haul!

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    • Michalah Francis says:

      Thanks for the comment!
      I’m actually surprised that I liked ‘If I Stay’, it’s not the type of novel I would usually read. I’ve just finished Jenny Han and enjoyed it, I’m in desperate need of getting the other two books. ‘Dash and Lily’ was my first book from either authors but it was really good, the plot was something I haven’t read before and I liked that.

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