I was meant to spend the majority of my holidays revising for some very important exams, but the temptation to read and tweet was just too strong. So now if I fail my Chemistry, at least I'll know why.
I've gone quite dystopian this week because I read Divergent and found it was amazing so decided to give the dystopian genre a chance.
Anyways, here is my 'Book Haul' for the week:
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong (Borrowed)
On the last day, before we broke up for the holidays, my friend was like 'Hey, I have this book in my bag that I've already read. Want to borrow it?' So I was all 'Okay!'. I've already read it, but I'm debating whether to review it or not because it was released like, in 2007.
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi (Bought)
This cover is just asdfghjkl; I can't even. I didn't really want to buy it because it was in hardcover, but then when I saw the paperback version, I just had to have it. So I bought it off Amazon. Read it and the review's coming soon.
Legend by Marie Lu (Bought)
My friend recommended this to me. First book she's ever recommended, so figured it must be good. Review'll be up soon. :)
Happy Ever After by Adele Geras (Bought)
Just don't ask. This book was published in 2005, and I only bought it because my older sister was like 'Ooooh! Please buy it!! It'll be reeeeeeeeeally good!' I had my doubts though. I was kind of pressured into buying it, because if I didn't my sister would be annoyed at me for who knows how long. I still have my doubts.
Dreamless by Josephine Angelini (Gift)
I've already read this, but it wasn't my own copy. So one of my friends decided to buy it for me because she's just that amazing.
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green (Bought)
YAAAAAAAAYY!! Been hearing so much about this book. Been given a lot of promises. Better be good. Or else.
So that's it for now, guys. How were your holidays? What books have you gotten recently? Don't forget to write a comment - I'll appreciate it.
The Teen Reader