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-Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
-Hollow City (Miss Peregrine #2) by Ransom Riggs
I started Trigger Warning a couple weeks ago and am waiting to have full focus so I can completely dive into the stories. This will be my first Neil Gaiman book and I'm so very excited!
Thank you to William Morrow!
I'm halfway through Hollow City and it's seriously just as awesome as the first book. I've been halfway in the book for quite some time so I can't wait to finally finish!
Thank you to Quirk!
-The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton (My Review)
-Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
-Paper Towns by John Green
-The Body Electric by Beth Revis (ebook)
-Literary Listography by Lisa Nola
I completely adored The Miniaturist, so I'm definitely happy I bought it despite the expensive hardcover price. I've been eyeing Burial Rites all year. I found it at Half Price Books last weekend and with my 40% off coupon I had to get it! Paper Towns is being turned into a movie so I want to read it before I accidentally see any movie trailers. Beth Revis' Across the Universe trilogy is one of my all time favorites so The Body Electric is a must read for me. I saw Literary Listography at my local indie book store and had to get it! It has all different list prompts about everything bookish.
My Kindle was a birthday gift from my lovely parents. Thank you Mom and Dad!
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