Library Reads #35

libraryrreadsLibrary Reads: I’m a huge fan of Libraries. I tend to visit the library quite a bit, so these posts are where I document the books I’ve borrowed from the library of my hometown, or one of a few libraries that I go to.
I’ll tell you a little bit about what I expect from the book, or the author’s writings. Whether what I say is a sentence long, or a few sentence’s. From doing these posts, I hope to spread a little bit of my love for libraries, while also informing you of books that you may or may not have known of!

These are the books borrowed within the first 2 weeks of Feburary 2018. 


Have you read any of these books? Let me know!

I said that I wouldn’t go to the library to myself, since I have quite a bit of books I want to read first. Alas, I went to return a few books I previously had, and came home with quite a bit…

Till Death by Jennifer L. Armentrout

I’m always, always, up for a Armentrout book. I really enjoy her writing and her stories appeal to me. I saw Till Death at the library and since it was in the mystery section, I thought, “Hey, why not?” I’m a sucker for YA Mystery, people. I have no idea what to expect from Till Death. I think that Till Death is Armentrout’s first YA Mystery, but I’m not entirely sure.

Night of Cake & Puppies (Daughter of Smoke and Bone, #2.5) by Laini Taylor

I didn’t even know that Night of Cake & Puppies was a companion albeit, standalone, novel to the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy. I was a little worried as to when this story would take place since I haven’t read the last book of the DOSAB trilogy. Night of Cake & Puppies is 2.5 in the story, so I’m good!

The Girl in the Picture by Alexandra Monir

I found this one in the YA Mystery section — I love that the library I went to, to get this book has genre’d the YA section. ANYWAY! I’ve had my eye on The Girl in the Picture since I find a lot of intrigue in the synopsis. I expect this book to keep me on the edge of my seat. I’m not too excited for the dual points of view that The Girl in the Picture has, but at the same time, I kind of attracted to the two girls’ points of view.

The Great Pursuit (Eurona, #2) by Wendy Higgins

Seeing as how I’ve forgotten a lot of what happened in the first book (The Great Hunt) I have no idea how The Great Pursuit is going to go. What I’m going to say is very contradictory to what I’m going to say: I didn’t really like The Great Hunt, but I enjoyed certain parts of the book. I’m too curious about how this duology ends to not read The Great Pursuit.

Don’t Look For Me by Mason Cross

I was drawn in by the little blurb on the front cover that says “A fast paced high octane thriller.” And that’s all I really know about Don’t Look For Me. I have incredibly high hopes for this novel. I look forward to reading it!

Manga Borrowed:

A few of these manga’s are books that I didn’t even read what they were about. I just saw them and blindly thought that I might actually like them, so I borrowed them. *laughs forever*

Dreamin’ Sun Volumes 01-04 by Ichigo Takano

Dreamin’ Sun is the manga where I blindly thought that I might like the story. Actually reading the synopsis for the first volume though is pretty interesting. I know what the expect thanks to the synopsis, but I don’t know the dirty details. I look forward to finding out!

Noragami Stray God Volumes 02-06 by Adachitoka

I love the anime this manga so I know what to expect but that doesn’t make me any less excited to read the volumes that I’ve borrowed!

No Game No Life Volume 01 by Yuu Kamiya

I’m pretty sure that No Gam No Life is now an anime. I haven’t watched it ’cause I think I wouldn’t like it. However that won’t stop me from trying to read the manga! Haha, I have no clue as to expect from No Game No Life. All I think I know about this manga is that it takes place in the future where you play games all the time? See, I have no idea, and I don’t want to know until I open the manga to the first page.

Blue Exorcist Volumes 02-05 by Kazue Katō

I love love love love LOVE the anime. I’m excited to get to know the story from the manga standpoint.

These are the books that I’ve most recently borrowed. Hopefully I’ll be able to get through them all! Haha.

Thank you for stopping by!

Happy Reading!
Adele

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