What I Hope To Read Vacation 2018

What I Hope To Read Vacation 2018

Afternoon all,

Eeeep, it is finally time! The last books have arrived! And now I can finally share my Vacation TBR with you all. Just a few more days until my vacation finally starts, and I am in full everything-needs-to-be-done-in-time-mode.

This year my fiance and I are going camping again, and I am so hyped! Same spot we always go, so I am hoping for good weather so I can swim a lot in the nearby lake. This year we are also planning on lots of bicycling as I got a better bike now so I can do much more and keep up with my fiance.

I don’t have as many books as I normally have with me during my vacation, but I got plans! There are two libraries nearby and I want to get a library card from them so I can borrow some books. I am so happy that my country allows you to have one main library (for which you pay) and then get a card at any library for free. Of course not all have a good program for people who do that (like Library #1 which only allows 2 books to be borrowed), but from what I could see these two libraries are pretty nice and awesome. So, you will be seeing at least one library haul this vacation. 🙂

I am also bringing several magazines, I bought a few from Library #4’s sale, I got several summer vacation specials, and I also saved up some magazines so I can read them during the vacation.

I have 4 stacks. Re-reads, Library Books, Graphic Novels/Normal Books.


Beauty Queens by Libba Bray
Monster by CJ Skuse
The Hallowed Ones by Laura Bickle
The Girls of No Return by Erin Saldin
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Release by Patrick Ness
Dear Martin by Nic Stone
Blokker by Teri van der Heijden
Niet van iedereen by Nikki Lee Janssen

Spy Camp by Stuart Gibbs
Obsidio by Amie Kaufman, Jay Kristoff
The Everything Machine by Ally Kennen
The Trapdoor Mysteries: A Sticky Situation by Abie Longstaff
Festival Frenzy by Emma Moss
The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas
Don’t Tell the Bridesmaid by Katy Birchall
It’s a Wrap by Perdita & Honor Cargill

Solving Mysteries and Rewriting History by Rob Renzetti
Be Prepared by Vera Brosgol
Lost Legends by Alex Hirsch

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