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Weekly Roundup #18

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My ‘Weekly Roundup’ is where I share the books I have received in the past week, whether bought, gifted, borrowed etc.
 
A day late this week, but at least I’ve actually gotten round to posting it! This, ladies and gentlemen, is why charity shops are bad for me:
 
£4.10 for all of these.
 

Bought

  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle – so I already have this on the Kindle but I prefer real books. And it’s a cool cover!
  • Death of Kings (The Saxon Stories #6) by Bernard Cornwell – apparently this is the sixth in the series but nevermind! I always need more historical fiction. Anglo-Saxon England has always fascinated me – I did my A Level History coursework on it – but I just don’t know loads about it.
  • Nightrise (The Power of Five #3) by Anthony Horowitz – I’ve wanted to read this series for a while, and have the first two books so bought this one too. I think the fourth one is currently only in hardback?
  • The Fry Chronicles by Stephen Fry – because he is awesome. That is all.
  • Bitterblue (Graceling Realm #3) by Kristin Cashore – I picked this up because it looked pretty, and then I realised it’s a sequel to a book that I want to read (Graceling). I know I haven’t yet read the first two in the series, but I plan to, and since this was only 50p I grabbed it!
 
As for other book related news since my last post: I finished The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and sobbed. A lot. I also read The Great Gatsby today, as I plan on watching the new film adaptation, and I like to read the book first.
 
 

What new reads have you acquired this week? Have you read any of my new purchases, and if so what did you think of them?

2 thoughts on “Weekly Roundup #18”

    1. Yep, my local charity shop is AMAZING. Generally 50p per book, £1.20ish for classics/big hardbacks, sometimes 15p for younger books… the most I paid was £1.40 for the Stephen Fry autobiography I think!And yes – I just need to get a hold of Graceling first!

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