Because ya tita is a trash gremlin (and because some coin from the Amazon affiliate links finally came through!), I decided to purchase some stuff on Kindle. And, well…let’s just say, I ended up with a whole lot more than I anticipated.
(But what else is new?)
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Read on to check out my e-book haul!
- The Diviners by Libba Bray – Although this book was published wayyy back in the early 2010s, I only first heard about it from my good pal Bee @ BeeWitched Shelves (you can read their review of it here). I finally got the chance to read the first book and ended up loving it so much! 1920s, jazz, haunted houses, and evil spirits? This is right up my alley!
- Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray – Picking up where the first book left off, this is the continuation of the dark adventures of Evie O’Neill and her fellow diviners in 1920s New York. Jazz, magic, alcohol, and death. It’s a killer combination.
- Before the Devil Breaks You by Libba Bray – The third book in this series promises to be just as great as the rest and I’m super excited
- The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics by Olivia Waite – THIS BOOK WAS SO MANY KINDS OF AWESOME. I’m honestly kicking myself for not getting to it sooner! It talks about men stealing the scientific work of women throughout the ages, features POC and specifically WOC scientists, and acknowledges the great harm that explorers did to the lands they visited. I freaking loved this book so much!
- Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski – My boyfriend got me The Last Wish as a Valentine’s Day gift, so when I saw Sword of Destiny and Blood of Elves were on sale, I snapped them right up.
- Blood of Elves by Andrzej Sapkowski – Apparently, this book is the beginning of the longer story which features Ciri and Geralt’s destinies being intertwined. This plotline is basically the backbone of the Netflix series. (If you haven’t seen the show yet – please do so!)
- Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller – I first heard about this book when people started yelling about it being a fabulously queer “princess and commoner swap lives” story featuring asexual, biromantic, lesbian, trans and non-binary representation! Ans also, that cover is gorgeous.
- All the Stars and Teeth by Adalyn Grace – Every time mermaids are portrayed as ruthless killers, I’m all for it. I have yet to read a perfect bloodthirsty deadly mermaid book, but perhaps this is the one for me? (Don’t come for me for not reading Into the Drowning Deep yet, I’ll get to it eventually!)
- Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibañez – Latinx f/f romance featuring revolutions seems to really be a thing I’m into! Can’t wait to read this!
What did you think?
☕ Have you read any of these books?
☕ Are any of these books on your TBR?
☕ Do you think I’m utter trash for going on a shopping spree when my TBR is still so huge?