October Haul

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I thought I had actually done decent this month. As I was gathering my books I was thinking to myself that this pile won’t be very big, I was good this month.

Yeah, no. I was not good this month 😦

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

What can you do?

The Complete works of Edgar Allen Poe

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Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

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Collected Poems of Emily Dickinson

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1984
by George Orwell

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The Handmaidens Tale
by Margaret Atwood

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The Midnight Star
by Marie Lu

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Gemina
by Amie Kauffman and Jay Kristoff

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Just Listen
by Sarah Dessen

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This lullaby
by Sarah Dessen

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Nowhere but here
by Katie McGarry

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Unearthly
by Cynthia Hand

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The Black Key
by Amy Ewing

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Poison Study
by Maria V Snyder

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Ungodly
by Kendare Blake

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More Happy Than Not
by Adam Silvera

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Three Dark Crowns
by Kendare Blake

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The Girl Who Played With Fire
by Stieg Larsson

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Great Expectations
by Charles Dickens

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11 thoughts on “October Haul

  1. I adore Edgar Allan Poe’s stories and poems. I love how atmospheric and creepy they are. I just recently read some of his stories to get in the Halloween mood – and they did wonders. 😀
    I really want to read 1984. I have read Animal Farm and it became my favourite. Ever since then I have been intrigued with 1984, but whenever I visit my local bookstore they don’t have the edition that I want. Sooo it’s not happening for some time.
    Great haul! 🙂

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