Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Book Haul- Ebooks

So I have acquired a few ebooks as of late and I thought I would share them with you. I have a few books on my nook and a few on my Ipad. I recieved an Ipad Mini in January and I've been absolutely obsessed with it. I've been thinking

of doing a review for it, so that might a future post. Not sure yet, if I want to make a video or written review for it. I'm thinking that a video review might be easiet. Anyway, on to the haul.

First are the iBooks that I have picked up. I picked up 2 books on the ipad because they were free. iBooks does a "Book of the Week" special where they advertise one free book a week. Each week it's different and these are two that I have picked up from that special.

The Knife of Never Letting Go- Patrick Ness
The Immortal Rules- Julie Kagawa

Next are some of the books that I have picked up on my nook. Some of these were free and others were not.

Fashionably Dead- Robyn Peterman
Hopeless- Colleen Hoover

White Hot Kiss- Jennifer L. Armentrout
The Assassin's Curse- Cassandra Rose Clarke

Personally, I'm in love with the cover for The Assassin's Curse. 
So what do you think? Have you read any of these books? What are your thoughts? Which book do you think I should pick up first? 


  1. Hopeless is AMAZING!!! I also really loved White Hot Kiss. And I so need to read The Immortal Rules! Looks like a great book haul. :)

    1. I really can't wait to get to it. I haven't read anything by Colleen Hoover, but I heard her books are amazing!

  2. The Knife of Never Letting Go was a very strange weird. I hope you enjoy it! It took me awhile to read. I also really want to read Assassin's Curse! :D

    1. I heard it's weird, and that intrigues me a bit.
      Assassin's Curse, from what I heard, deals with magic and pirates, and I was like, I NEED THIS BOOK!!

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