Monthly Bookmail (July 2016).

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July is closing in on us – with a big bang tomorrow with the release of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. I personally won’t be reading it, but I know there’s going to be a lot of buzz floating around for the next week or so.

For the month of July, I got a lot more book mail than I actually anticipated. I really need to stop buying so many books and adopt a “read x-amount of books, buy x-amount of books.” Not that I would be able to adhere to it – I’d be breaking it. But I can try, right?

Without further ado, here’s my July bookmail haul,  🙂

I traded with Sara at A Gingerly Review and received this beautiful stack including:

You can guarantee that there is indeed a theme going on with this stack! I love anything that is dystopian, zombies, etc. I am so excited to dig into this stack and don’t even know where to start first! Although the spines for the Quarantine series has me googly-eyes, for sure! 🙂

I’ve been involved with the #VASRP (Virtual Adult Summer Reading Program) all summer, and trying to promote as much as I can – even with summer being so busy. During our first #VASRP chat on Twitter, I somehow snagged this beautiful ARC of The Museum of Heartbreak by Meg Leder!

I’m not really big on contemporary titles much anymore, but there are a few that I’ve seen that sound really interesting and are on my wish list waiting to be bought. This is one of those titles that I have been anticipating and definitely can’t wait to read it!

My Amazon haul was pretty minuscule this month, but I got some titles that I have been wanting for a really long time.

I’m so excited for Illuminae . . . I’ve been hearing so many people talk about the series – especially with Gemina coming out soon, eep! – so I finally checked it out and it’s right up my alley. With my background in computer science, I was told this book would be a great read.

What bookmail did you get this month that you were excited about? Tell me about it!

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One thought on “Monthly Bookmail (July 2016).

  1. Inge

    Oooh, nice! I’ve had the Quarantine series on my to-read list for years. I’ve always found it to be quite intriguing but somehow never got around to it. I hope you love them!

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