March 2017 Book Haul

Hi everyone!😄

Here is my book haul post for this month, which includes every new book I got my hands on. I hope you enjoy!💘

Borrowed from my school or public library:



Received from Indigo Books & Music Inc. in exchange for an honest review:


Received via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review:


Received from authors/publicists in exchange for an honest review:


Received from my dad (THANK YOU! I love you so much!💞)


A warm thank you to Indigo, Netgalley, and authors Scott Burn and Mitchell Charles (via publicist Kelsey Butts) for providing me with all the ARCs!💕

So tell me, have you read any of these books? If so, what were your opinions? What books did you haul this month? Let me know in the comments below.

Au revoir!💜

16 thoughts on “March 2017 Book Haul

  1. Great haul! The Duff is one of my favorite YA contemporary reads and I really hope you enjoy it. The enemy within is a pretty interesting read but nothing amazing. I have love interest in my tbr so i’ll look forward to hear your thoughts on it. 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much! I did enjoy The DUFF, but not as much as many other contemporaries I’ve read. I totally agree with you about The Enemy Within- interesting concept, but nothing special. And I just thought that The Love Interest was okay- I don’t love action in contemporaries. If you do, though, then it’s a very diverse read that I’m sure you’ll really enjoy!😄

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  2. I absolutely loved Hollow City! It gave me a temporary book hangover. I also really enjoyed The DUFF, it was pretty cute and quirky. I believe the only book I got this month was an ARC that I can never remember the name of!

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    1. I really enjoyed Hollow City, too- much more than the first one! The DUFF was cute, too, but I’ve read so many books just like it that it just blends into the crowd, you know? And whatever the ARC is called, I hope you enjoy it!☺️


  3. I am forever amazed at how many books you manage to get through a month. That’s so awesome! I loved Aristotle and Dante. I read The Kill Order a million and a half years ago (aka, 3 or so?) but I don’t remember a thing about it other than that I liked it.

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