You guys have no idea how excited I am right now – just finished my last exam for the year today!! That means three months of holidays ahead of me, which is way too awesome. It’s very much needed as it’s been a hectic semester. I’m just so glad it’s over, but also thankful for all the things that’d happened in the past few months.
I went out and bought two books to celebrate the end of semester today.
I am extremely excited to read Pawn, and was approved on Netgalley for it but saw it in store today and couldn’t help but pick it up. It just sounds so awesome, and many reviewers have loved it so far so I’m very keen to get started on it.
And finally, I can FINALLY finish Allegiant so I’m up to speed with what everyone is going on about. Will be starting that soon too!
Sent for Review:
Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake – published by Tor Teen
Wonder by R. J. Palacio – published by Random House Australia
Venom by Fiona Paul – published by Harper Collins Australia
Thank you so much to The Reading Room, who’s generously provided me with these books for review. I can wait to dig into them, especially Wonder, which has a very interesting protagonist that I’m excited to read about. I’ve also been meaning to pick up Anna Dressed in Blood for so long, so thank you so much for providing me with a copy! And I love me some historical fiction so Venom is definitely up my alley as well!
For all you bloggers that are having difficulties with Goodreads, I would highly recommend you to check out The Reading Room, an Aussie version of book heaven. Even if you’re not having problems, you should still check it out. The staff are all super friendly and it’s such a nice environment to post my reviews up on.
Check it out, seriously!!
What have you guys bought/received this week?
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