Hellooo lovelies! Happy Saturday. Sorry for the late post, buuut life happens. Right now I’m curled up on my couch with Lifelik3 by Jay Kristoff and the sound of the rain outside, trying not to be the big ball of stress that I already feel like. I wanted to give you guys my big YallWest haul this weekend! I don’t know if I mentioned it in my recap of the event, but it was the best year for me in regards to bringing home more books than I took. I honestly took only one of my own books and that was Vicious by V.E. Schwab, but I digress, let me get into it. I’ll be giving a brief description of the books, but for the most part there won’t be many photos because my creative side is currently in hibernation (and I’m also too lazy to go find google pictures). let it be known that I don’t know much about most of these books so PLEASE if you want to know more check out goodreads…these little summaries are supposed to be kind of funny.
The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring: I don’t know much about this except it takes place in (what seems to be) a haunted boarding school in South America….which I’m honestly all here for.
Teeth in the Mist by Dawn Kurtagich: Three women in three different time periods deal with the repercussions of a monk who can speak the devil’s language. Sounds creepy and weird.
Swipe Right for Murder by Derek Milman: Honestly this sounds like tinder for assassins. Or…maybe it’s where assassins find their victims?
Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson: Protagonist accused of a crime has to team up with her worst enemy, also in this world magic is punishable by death…I’m assuming?
Songs from the Deep by Kelly Powell: ISLAND MURDER MYSTERY PLUS SIRENS? count me the heck in. Two of my buzz words in one description is just too much to handle.
Only Ashes Remain By Rebecca Shaeffer: SO THIS IS A SEQUEL. Please check out Not Even Bones to learn about this lovely murder child and her murdery friend who…coincidentally feeds off of pain.
Supernova by Kass Morgan: This is the sequel to Light Years…I have no idea, something to do with space? Maybe The 100?
Stepsister by Jennifer Donnelly: The ugly step sister who cut off her toes is the protagonist and honestly, now that I’m older I think this is kinda cool? Though from the synopsis the evil step mother should’ve loved Cinderella, but anyway, it sounds good!
The Candle an the Flame by Nafiza Azad: (possibly not so) human girl is drawn into djinni politics and dangers.
The next few are contemporary novels that I’ll probably be hosting a giveaway for in the next few weeks, so there won’t be summaries.
Tell me Everything by Sarah Enni
The Music of What Happens by Bill Konigsberg
I Love you so Mochi by Sarah Kuhn
The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan
The next few are books I purchased at the convention!
Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
Mera: Tidebreaker by Danielle Paige
Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale by Lauren Myracle
The Steel Prince: Vol 1 by V. E. Schwab