So last week after summer school, I had a couple of hours on my hands to kill. Of course, the only logical place to spend my time was at the library.
Libraries are pretty much the best creations in all of existence. And whenever I make a stop at my local library, I always, without fail, return home with arms filled.
Here's what I picked up this week:
1. All the Rage by Courtney Summers
I actually already finished reading and reviewing this one. Check out the review here.
2. The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things by Ann Aguirre
I have absolutely no idea what to expect for this book. I can deduce its a romance just by glancing at the cover, but for the most part I'll be diving into the story without any preconceived notions.
3. Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen
Yup, I finally found a copy. I can't wait to get reading.
4. Wildlife by Fiona Wood
Not a 2015 release, but a librarian recommended it to me. Melina Marchetta, (one of my favorite authors . . . like, ever), has her praise written on the front cover. If she enjoyed it, I'll enjoy it. I'm really hoping for a five peach worthy read.
5. We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach
Just the cover gets me. It captured my attention from the very first time I saw it.
6. Everything That Makes You by Moriah McStay
The library was giving away new 2015 releases for free! (Yet another reason to absolutely love the library.) It took quite a bit of self restraint on my part to only walk away with one, but here's the book I chose.
7. Like It Never Happened by Emily Adrian
Okay. I almost DNF this one, but I powered through until the end just last night. Um, I hate to say this, but can we pretend I didn't read this? Can we pretend like it never happened? Oh boy, watch out for a book review to come . . .
8. Pivot Point by Kasie West
Again, another book that isn't a 2015 release, but come on, it's a Kasie West. I've read and loved all of Kasie's YA Contemporary Romances, but I haven't yet had a taste of her other works. I had to pick this one up.
9. Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
I don't know much about this one, but I recall seeing it on a few book blogs before. Hopefully I'll be pleasantly surprised.
And that's all. Hopefully I'll be able to read and review all nine before the three week due date.
Did anyone else borrow books from the library recently? Has anyone read any of my picks? If so, let me know what you thought of them!