I usually do my monthly book hauls at the end of the month; however, for the month of July I haven’t had much time to do that, due to a busy schedule. Plus I finally got the chance to catch up with one of my good friends who came to visit from LA, so spending time with him was definitely more important than taking pictures of my book haul; and you can just say I got really lazy….So for this book haul I actually didn’t take any pictures of any books that I purchased. Nonetheless, I will use images from Goodreads (the edition that I got) and link them to their page. Without further ado here are my July book purchases:
One of my very first purchases in the month of July. I’ve been wanting to read this book for a very long time. Though I must admit, I am a bit intimidated by the size of it.
Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier
I own the e-book version which I downloaded for free; however, I needed the physical copy so I couldn’t resist this purchase. Besides I absolutely love Charles Dickens.
I actually got the Barnes and Noble edition similar to A Tale of Two Cities and Jane Eyre but I couldn’t find the image on Goodreads so I just chose this image….
One of the very first classic books I’ve read and planning to re-read. I never saw the appeal with Mr. Rochester in this one, but heck I guess he was good enough for Jane Eyre….
Mostly Harmless (Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy #5) by Douglas Adams
I actually haven’t read any of the books, but I go this for 50 cents at the thrift store so I guess I will have to complete the series now.
I finally bought the book everyone!!! I’ve been hesitant on reading this book for a while but everyone has been recommending the book to me so I thought “might as well……”
I already have the paperback edition of the second installment of the His Dark Materials trilogy, but I’m that person who loves to have other editions of the same book especially the hardcover.
Halo by Alexandra Adornetto
I don’t really read a lot of angel books the only two being Unearthly trilogy by Cynthia Hand and currently Susan EE’s Angelfall trilogy. I’m hoping this one would be good.
I don’t really like book covers that feature real people but I guess the premise was interesting enough for me to overlook it.
I don’t think I will be ever too old for fairy tales….
One of those books that I felt like I should have read when I was younger but that never got a chance to.
A book that I just felt like I should have on my shelf….