I spent a total of $253TT (aprox $40US) in books….

Not including ‘Clockwork Princess’ by Cassandra Clare and ‘Every Day’ by David Levithan. So, yesterday, while doing errands for my mom, I took the opportunity presented and went book crazy. I saw books that I just could not pass up! Why? I’ll show you, why!

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Fragments by Dan Wells. Did I mention how much I love Dan Wells? Did I also mention that I live in Trinidad? And that new books take a log time to get here?

How could I not get the second book in the Partials series by one of my favourite author?? Right? Right?

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BRZK by Michael Grant. Another one of my favourite authors! Who haven’t read or heard of the Gone Series?? This man is a genius what he does? How could I not buy BRZK?

Ok, maybe I’ve nerding out a bit too much… Nah! xD

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Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi. I loved her first book. I read it out in one sitting. I have to know what happens next, also I believe it was the last copy in the store, I couldn’t pass up the chance to get the book!

And last but not least;

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Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver. I remember when I spent endless night looking for an online copy of Delirium, cause they didn’t have any hard-copies of it in our bookstores. I begged people on my other book blog to help me find a copy. Finally, someone sent me a link to it. I was sooo grateful for her help. I read the book in a day or two. It was really good. After I read, I suddenly started seeing actual copies of the book all over. Plus the second book. So, of course I had to get it.

So, was it worth spending that much money on these books? Hell, yeah! I have no regrets, just a bigger book collection. 😀

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I mean, look at them! Have you seen anything so beautiful before? Yes, yes, I know. I’m weird about my books. It’s just, they make me happy when I’m feeling down. They provide me an escape from myself. 

Books saved me. That’s all I can say for now. So, yeah, I’ll geek out about them as much as I want to. (*・ω・)

Have a good day!

-Ellie Ƹ̴Ӂ̴Ʒ

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