July Book Haul (2017)

Books, books, books!  Gotta love getting more books!  This is literally my favorite time of the month, but it also makes me sad because I now have an even bigger TBR pile than when I started out the month.  Oh, well :).

1) When Dimple Met Rishi by: Sandhya Menon

I’ve heard a lot of people talking about this book lately.  It sounds like such a cute romance story.  I don’t know much more than Dimple is going to a summer program for web developers and her parents and Rishi’s parents are trying to hook them up through that program.  I’m not sure when I’ll get to this book, but hopefully it will be soon.

2) The Traitor’s Kiss by: Erin Beaty

Okay. . . this was a total cover buy for me.  I know absolutely nothing about this book other than the fact that I could not not have a book with a beautiful cover such as this on my shelf.  There are so many different textures in the designs on this cover that I just cannot stop running m fingers across it.  I probably look like such a weirdo petting my book, but I don’t really care. #sorrynotsorry

3) Our Dark Duet by: Victoria Scwab

I’m kinda sad that this series is only a duology, but yay, I don’t have to wait as long for the series to finish.  Now that I have this book I can finally sit down and binge read this series.

4) Stalking Jack the Ripper by: Kerri Maniscalco

This book has been one of my most anticipated reads, but I have no idea why I had not even gotten this book until now.  Well I can’t say that, I normally end up buying other books on my wish list and this one never seemed to make it to the top when I actually had money to buy more than one book.  Anyways, now that I have it I’m definitely going to be taking it on vacation with me in August and devouring it.

5) Zero Repeat Forever by: Gabrielle Prendergast

A boy who only knows his rank, Eighth, and a girl who is isolated in the wilderness after the Nahx attack.  Somehow these two get thrown together and must rely on each other to survive.  This book sounds like it will be action packed and nail bitingly thrilling!  I’m so happy that I was able to snag an ARC to read and review :).

6) Wonder Woman: Wabringer by: Leigh Bardugo

I can’t even think straight I’m that excited that this book is in my possession.  When I first heard of this book, I knew that I had to get a copy of it even if I did have to wait until it’s release date.  Through a few trades I was able to get this book and I just can’t help but freak out.  Eeeeee!!!!  You can bet you bottom dollar I’m gonna review this beauty for y’all!

7) Retribution Rails by: Erin Bowman

Oh. My. God.  I. . .I just. . .I’m speechless lol.  As soon as I finished Vengeance Road I knew that if Erin wrote any more YA western books I just had to have them.  I soon heard that this book was coming out and I just had to have a copy.  I was able to get an eARC on Netgalley, but to complete my physical book collection I needed a hard copy of the ARC.  Luckily I was able to get one through a trade and I was a nervous mess as I waited for it to be delivered.  I just know this book is going to be amazing, and I’m already so excited for Erin to release another YA western.

8) The Dire King by: Willaim Ritter

Technically this is and eARC, but if you have been with my blog since my last vacation last August you will know how much of a fan I am of the Jackaby series.  I literally freaked when I found out that I was selected to get an early copy of this book.  I do realize that I only have a review of the first book up(man I’m slacking lol), but I will be posting the rest and then this one!  If you love Sherlock you’ll love this book!

9) The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by: Mackenzi Lee

This book has been all over my Bookstagram and Twitter feeds recently.  A European cross-country track with a little romance sounds so interesting.  I knew I was going to have to buy this book the next time I had a little bit of money to spare, but I was delighted to get this book in my Owlcrate box for the month of July.  I so badly want to take this book on my vacation with me because who doesn’t want to read about a cross country trek while being on their own adventure?

10) The Library of Fates by: Aditi Khorana

I found this subscription box a while ago called PageHabit and I knew that at one point or another I would have to get a box or two from them.  These boxes are curated by and author and you get two books of their choosing and an annotated copy of their most recent release.  This book was the annotated copy that I got.  It’s been so hard not to flip through and read them all before I actually get to the book itself.

11) Brown Girl Dreaming by: Jaqueline Woodson

This was the second book that I got in my PageHabit box.  I don’t really know much about this book, but it is either a bunch of poems or one big story told in poetry form, which I find pretty neat.

12) The Disappearances by: Emily Bain Murphy

I received this book in my Book(ish) Box for the month of July.  I know this book is a mystery/possible thriller and the main character’s mother somehow disappears or something like that.  This is the type of book that I don’t like to go into it knowing a lot about the plot, I like to go into it knowing almost nothing.

13) This Mortal Coil by: Emily Suvada

I got this book in a kind of random trade.  I know it has something to do with a deadly plague and a girl who can gene-hack which sounds epic!  I’m excited to dive into this book and see what kind of crazy DNA stuff goes on!

So many amazing books to look forward to in the coming months!  Now I just wish I didn’t have to adult and I could just sit home all day to read and review all of these books for y’all.

 

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