Hello everyone! Hope you’re doing well!
Before the end of January I thought it’d be nice to do a mini unhaul and haul! As it’s the beginning of the year I decided to have a sort out of my shelves as well as add some new books. All the books I unhaul, I love to donate them to the local op shops.
Slammed by Colleen Hoover and All Your Perfects by Colleen Hoover
I’ve put these two together as they’re both Colleen Hoover books. You hear about Colleen Hoover everywhere and it’s always you love them or hate them. Hearing different reviews about the books pretty much has made me just want to discard them and I’m perfectly fine with it. I don’t feel like I’m missing out if I don’t read them.
The Iron Trial by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare
This has just been sitting on my shelf for years! I haven’t thought about reading it and I feel like I missed that window of interest for me for this particular book.
Resting Scrooge Face by Meghan Quinn
This is technically/kind of an unhaul in the sense that I downloaded the audiobook last year on Audible as it was free but as soon as I listened to it I undownloaded it. It just did nothing for me to keep it around any longer.
For Christmas I was kindly gifted a book voucher by my grandma (thank you, love you!) so obviously the next day or so I bought some books.
Conversations on Love by Natasha Lunn
Conversations on Love by Natasha Lunn is a book I’ve had my eye on for a while now. The discussions sounds so interesting of going over all forms of love that you’ll encounter in life, all the highs and lows. I hope it’ll be a nice read to learn from and take some wisdom from it.
Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater
Bought this after it being described as Bridgerton x Howl’s Moving Castle. How nice does that sound! Alexandra Roselyn (on Youtube) talked about this and it just sounds amazing, also crazy how I’ve never seen this book before. As a quick summary, it revolves around a girl being cursed by faeries to never feel the sense of fear or embarrassment as well as trying to survive the London Season of balls and high society. It just sounds amazing and lots of fun.
Spy x Family by Tatsuya Endo
I’ve heard about Spy x Family a lot and my curious self wants to know what it’s all about. I’ve heard there’s an animated show now along with the Manga. The idea that they have to pretend (I think) to be a family as well as hiding their own abilities and double life from one another sounds like a great time!
Moriarty: The Patriot by Ryosuke Takeuchi (based on the works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
I’ve always loved Sherlock Holmes so finding a Manga that was based on Moriarty before he became Holmes’ rival peaked my interest!
Have you read any of these books? If so, did you enjoy them?
Until next time…