Tuesday, July 14

The Last Ten Books I Bought

TTT is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

Hello lovelies. Today's Top Ten Tuesday topic is The Last Ten Books That Came To My Possession. Recently, I discovered the amazingness that is trading books, so I got quite a few books for completely free - Hungary is very small so I was able to meet in person and switch books in Budapest, thus no shipping, yay! Because of this I got quite a few novels that I've read, enjoyed, but didn't own. Anyways, enough talking, let's see my new babies. 


1. Meg Cabot Novels (and I know I'm cheating.)
Read all but Tommy Sullivan is a Freak (also published as Pants on Fire)


    


2. Sophie Kinsella Novels

 

3. Animal Farm and 1984 by Orwell 



4. Ann Aguirre - Razorland trilogy


5. Sylvia Plath - The Bell Jar


6. Erin Morgenstern - The Night Circus 





7. Samantha Shannon - The Bone Season


8. Alyson Noel -  Art Geeks and Prom Queens
Read



9. M. R. Carey - The Girl with All the Gifts

10. Jennifer L. Armentrout - Opal
Still only read the first book, Obsidian. 

What books have you guys got lately? Share with me your TTTs, and don't forget to leave a comment.

20 comments:

  1. Book trading is oh so fun. I wish I knew people offline to trade with. I have so many books to offer too lol And might I say this is a cool haul of books? I love Meg Cabot in particular!

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    1. I know literally no one I could trade with, thankfully I can find many on the internet. Thanks! Meg Cabot is THE BEST. One of them anyway haha.

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  2. Sophie Kinsella is a fantastic writer! :-) I hope that you enjoy all of your new additions! My TTT!

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  3. Hi, I love a good author binge! I'd love to rea enclave so i hope its good. Its great just to get your hands on a full series so you can read them one after another, i forget to go back otherwise. I've only read book one of obsidian too because of that reason, so your post has reminded me to look into that :)

    Happy reading
    Rachel @ paein-and-ms4tune.co.uk

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    1. It really is, though, I'm a bit worried I won't like it. Anyways, I bought it from a girl for pretty cheap and they look completely new, so it was a good buy. Same here, I always forget about series and then... just don't really care about them all that much later. :)

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  4. I think book trading is such a good idea, but I've also been reading some tweets regarding drama about and I don't think I would try it myself just in case lol
    The Night Circus & The Girl With All The Gifts are on my TBR list and I need to read them but other books keep popping up. Also, I'm very intrigued about The Bell Jar; I've heard good things about it

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    1. There was definitely some drama on Twitter about it but on this site I'm trading on you can give feedback on people, so others will know if they're trustable. Also, personal meetings for me all the way, I so don't want to be screwed over haha. But that is so not doable in a bigger country, like Spain for instance :D. Hope you'll enjoy them. :)

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  5. The Bell Jar is one of my all-time favorite novels! Plath's writing is out of this world (I highly recommend her poetry as well, her poetry collection Ariel blows me away.) The Night Circus is very atmospheric and the writing is beautiful! Hope you enjoy both of them!
    Mallory @ The Local Muse

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it because I can't wait to read it! One of my friends loved it so I'm sure I'll too. Thanks. :)

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  6. Other than Orwell I haven't read any of the other books on this list. Which is is a shame. I know I should pick up a Meg Cabot book...I just never have.


    my ttt: http://mommywantstoread.blogspot.com/2015/07/top-ten-tuesday-recently-acquired-books.html

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    1. You definitely have to give a chance to Meg Cabot. My favorites by her are The Mediator series, 1-800-Where-R-U series, Queen of Babble and The Princess Diaries. From her standalones I loved Avalon High the most. :)

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  7. Great list !I've wanted to check out The Night Circus for a while. I read The Bone Season earlier this year and i loved it so much.
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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    1. I'm so glad you enjoyed The Bone Season, hope I'll too. :)

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  8. The Night Circus and 1984 are fantastic! I've heard such great things about Bone Season. It's on my TBR list :)

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed them, and hope you'll love Bone Season. :)

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  9. I just got some Sophie Kinsella books too!! They all sound so funny and cute, I hope we both enjoy them :D

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  10. The Night Circus!!! Loooooved that book when I read it this year.
    I've looked into book trading before but at the time it wasn't really convenient. Maybe it's time I research about it further.

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    1. I'm glad you enjoyed it. :) Hope you'll find a way to make it work bc book trading is AWESOME. :D

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