Book Haul April 2024

Book Haul April 2024

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A happy welcome to a new book haul! April is almost over and I am sharing the books I got this month!

This month was all over the place. Some good moments and some terribly sad moments. The weather also decided to match my mood given how it went from warm spring weather to cold more wintery weather to rain rain rain and storm. XD Reading though was fab. OK, maybe not entirely for my library books, but for my own books or ARCs it was a good month! I had a lot of fun reading.

I got quite some books this month! Finally some decent prices! Plus, one of the books (Vandaag niet thuis) was a book I won. dances

Did I read the books from my physical stack? Well, with the exception of 4 books (The Break-up Tour, Mina and the Cult, Secrets of Hartwood Hall, An Education in Malice) I did! I would have also been able to finish these 4, but as you will see in the next bit/sentence I was also a tad distracted by great manga. Haha.

I also added a ton of manga to my collection. First up my Manga haul as posted on my blog. And then I also added some more manga when I had some more money, here is the Tweet for that. I have read ALL of the manga! Yup! I was thinking maybe I wouldn’t read them all but here we are! I had oodles of fun reading them.

Added to my Kindle: Necrosis (still need to read), It Waits in the Woods (read), Now and the Hour of Death (read), Big Bad (read), Ankle Snatcher (read).

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Book List, Emoji, Cute
The Breakup Tour by Emily Wibberley, Austin Siegemund-Broka
The Trouble with the Two-Headed Hydra by Karen Foxlee, Freda Chiu
Suburban Hell by Maureen Kilmer
Vandaag niet thuis by Romi Tweebeeke
How to Find a Missing Girl by Victoria Wlosok
Mina and the Cult by Amy McCaw
The Secrets of Hartwood Hall by Katie Lumsden
Mall Goth by Kate Leth
An Education in Malice by S.T. Gibson
When I Arrived at the Castle by Emily Carroll

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