My first book haul πŸ“šπŸ’ž

Hey lovelies πŸ’• ,

I’m excited to share a new kind of blog post on my blog which is a book haul. I bought some awesome books this month πŸ“š. I still have so many books unread at home but you can never buy enough books, right?! πŸ˜‚. I’m happy I’m enjoying reading again as it’s so good for our mental health and you learn so much about life and this world from reading. I bought 4 books from Book Depository. I loved this website so much because there are no shipping costs 😍. I almost buy all books on that website.

Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon

I wanted to read this book for so long now as I saw many bloggers reading this book. I was pretty excited to read it. I almost finished this book in two weeks and never read so fast. I will make a review about it soon. The book is about a girl called Maddy who’s sick and has not left her house in seventeen years. Olly is the boy who is living next door and is determined to find a way to reach her. This love story is so beautiful and is all about the crazy risks we take for love πŸ’—. Besides, there is also a movie about this book which I can’t wait to watch as soon as I finish reading this book.

The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald

This is a classic book which so many people have read and was always on my list of books I wanted to read. I finally bought it. It was also very cheap. This book is about the “roaring twenties” and a devasting exposΓ© of the “Jazz Age.” I think this will be an interesting book to read. I’m always reading young adult books so to read something different will be nice too. At least, I hope so hahah πŸ˜‚. They say that The Great Gatsby is an undisputed classic of American literature from the period following the First World War and is one of the greatest novels of the twentieth century. I hope this book will be as good or even better as the movie I watched.

All the Bright Places – Jennifer Niven

When I was reading a few blog posts and comments from one of my favourite bloggers and friends Chloe I just knew that I had to buy this amazing book. In many blog posts she mentioned that this is her favourite book ❀️. I also know that it’s a sad story and I’m afraid it will break my heart too. I don’t know if I just can read it when I want or have to wait for that moment when I feel good to read it. This book is about Finch and Violet. Finch wants to take his own life and Violet is devasted by her sister’s death. They meet on the ledge of the school bell tower, and so their story begins. I can’t wait to read it and I guess it will also break my heart πŸ’”. I have read so many good reviews without spoilers about this book. They even say it’s the next The Fault in Our Stars which is my favourite book ever. There’s also a movie coming up in 2019 so hopefully before the movie is there I have read it.

Call Me by Your Name – AndrΓ© Aciman

I’ve seen this book everywhere and I’ve also seen the annouchments of the movie in so many places. I have never watched the movie or have read the book. This book was on sale too so I had to buy it together with the other three books. The story is about Elio who’s 17 years old and falls in love with his father’s house guest, Oliver on the Italian Riviera. It’s a book about fear, love and a coming-out story. I’m happy to read this book as I always read books about a girl falling in love with a boy but I also love to read other stories like two boys or two girls falling in love with each other. Love is love and there has to be many more books of the LGBT+ community πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ as well.

Thank you all for reading this blog post. I hope you all liked it. Did you read any of these books? Which book would you read of my haul? Which one is your favourite and why? Let me know lovelies. I will speak to you all in my next blog post.

Much love πŸ’•,

xoxo Christina


12 thoughts on “My first book haul πŸ“šπŸ’ž

  1. I saw this and thought these were my photos ’cause I’ve read and done reviews on (I think) all of these hahaha, I’m so glad you picked them !!
    My favourite from these is of course, ATBP. I’m so interested to see what you think πŸ’œ Everything Everything is also a nice book, I read it a few years ago now but have only seen snippets of the film, I’m sure they did a great job with it though. Call Me By Your Name was one of the most beautiful books I’ve ever read, it’s the epitome of great literature, it was gorgeous. The Great Gatsby is also a good read! I really love Fitzgerald’s writing and the way he writes his characters, it was a fun read! xxx

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    1. Thank you so much beautiful! πŸ˜πŸ’— Yeah haha I also saw them on your blog posts and got curious. I can’t wait to read them all! I’m the most curious about All the bright places as you talk a lot about that book always. I just finished Everything, Everything and I loved it. I will do a review soon about it πŸ’—. I can’t wait to read Call me by your name and right now I’m reading The Great Gatsby. It’s a bit more difficult English than the other YA books I read but it’s good. xoxo

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  2. HAHA, I KNOW RIGHT, EVEN WITH A 100 BOOKS ON MY LIST I STILL BUY URGHH! Bookdepository is the freaking best, cheap and no shipping fees!? God-sent. You’ve selected such a nice list to read! I’m excited to hear your thoughts on every one of them eventually?

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    1. Hahaha yeah it’s a never ending list of books I have in my mind that I want to buy and that are at home. I love Book Depository so much! 😍 My fav site to buy books from. Yes, of course I will do a review about them as soon as I finished reading them.

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    1. Thank you so much beautiful! 😍 I can’t wait to read Call me by your name soon. Yeahhh haha the no shipping fees makes it even better πŸ‘

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  3. OMW I have beeeen wanting to read Everything Everything. I remember my sister telling me about it a couple of months ago and although I already know what happens, I still feel the urge to read it

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