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I haven't done one of these in what seems like ages. I haven't actually bought that many books this month, as I've been working so much. Although as I left Waterstones this week (and therefore, no more discount), I went on a bit of a rampage around one of my local stores (More on leaving Waterstones later in the week hopefully).
- It's Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini - I've had this recommended to me time and time before especially for 'fans of John Green'. I think it's going to be like The Fault in our Stars 2.0 reading the blurb, although hopefully not as sad, as in 'tears-streaking-down-my-face' sad.
- Legend & Prodigy by Marie Lu - For those that have been followers of my blog for a while, you'll know that I was only introduced to this series this year and by an utter surprise, I was amazed by how good this series is and how under appreciated it is too. So when I spotted them on my huge book buying rampage, they went straight into my basket (I actually think they're better than The Hunger Games...)
- Resist by Sarah Crossan - I read Breathe last year after spotting it in my library and was blown away by how good it was and how original a dystopia is was. So when I saw Resist, the sequel available on Netgalley, I requested it without a thought. This looks really good, hopefully this will be as good as it's predecessor (still desperately trying to remember what happens in Breathe as it's been so long).
Legend - Marie Lu
Prodigy - Marie Lu
Breathe - Sarah Crossan
What did everyone else receive? Leave a comment with your link so I can check your out!