November Book Haul

book haul

This is a fairly short book haul (at least for me), but mostly because all of my Black Friday purchases haven’t arrived yet! Still, I think there are some great books on this list, and I am excited to read the ones I haven’t gotten to yet.

Bonfire by Krysten Ritter. This was my Book of the Month pick for November, and while I haven’t read it yet, I am really excited about it. I’m a huge fan of Krysten Ritter, and I’ve heard great things about this book. Definitely picking it up soon!

Sleeping Beauties by Stephen King and Owen King. Ever since I read The Dark Half earlier this month, I’ve been interested in reading more Stephen King (not just on Halloween), and this one sounds really great.

Promise Me, Dad by Joe Biden. I love Joe Biden, and Barnes and Nobles had signed copies. Need I say more?

Artemis by Andy Weir. I absolutely adore The Martian, so, naturally, I had to get my hands on this one. Plus, B&N had signed copies of this one as well, so…

The Accursed by Joyce Carol Oates. This was the result of me needing a few more dollars in my cart to get free shipping, and this was in the bargain section. It’s been a while since I’ve read Joyce Carol Oates, and I am intrigued by this story (and the idea of Oates delving into the paranormal).

The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss. This was another cart add on (I will buy a lot of things for free shipping). But I truly love this series, and this is the only installment – thus far – I haven’t read.

Can you believe those are the only books I bought in November? It doesn’t feel right. But, don’t worry, I’m sure that between Christmas and my Black Friday order, I’ll have a nice big haul next month.

Have you hauled any good books in the last month? Any new releases I should check out? Let me know in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “November Book Haul

  1. I have a moratorium on buying new books for myself between November and December. Family and friends want to make sure they don’t get me something I get for myself. Hee hee!
    I will warn you about The Accursed. I loved the description and thought I would love it. Instead is the only book I have ever thrown across the room in disgust. :/

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