My hoarding catastrophe is a monthly feature here on Olivia's Catastrophe which is my book haul. Today I'll be sharing with you all the books I got in May!
Physical Books: I really don't have the word no in my vocabulary. Some Dutch booktubers were unhauling books which basically meant free books for me. Of course, I said yes. And when I went clothes shopping with my friend and found four Patrick Ness books selling so cheap that it was practically a crime, I had to snatch them up. I think it's time I expanded that two letter word to actually being part of my vocabulary when it comes to books.
I also loved The Summer That Melted Everything so much when I read it, that I couldn't help buying a hardcover copy for my shelves. Other books I bought/got even though I've already read them are The Kite Runner, Uglies and Pretties. Don't ask >.>
The Summer That Melted Everything - Tiffany McDaniel
Revolution - Piet Hein Wokke (For Review)
The Greatest Story Ever Told -- So Far - Lawrence M. Crauss (Giveaway win)
The Rest of Us Just Live Here - Patrick Ness
Heritage - Addie Hunter (For Review)
Uglies - Scott Westerfeld
Pretties - Scott Westerfeld
The Shock Of The Fall - Nathan Filer
The Knife of Never Letting Go - Patrick Ness
The Ask and the Answer - Patrick Ness
Monsters of Men - Patrick
The Kite Runner - Khaled Hosseini
For Review: I have no words.
The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue - Mackenzi Lee
To Siri With Love - Judith Newman
Godeline - Jimmy Cajoleas
Even the Darkest Stars - Heather Mancett
Internet Famous - Danika Stone
Calling My Name - Laria Tamani
The Afterlife of Holly Chase - Cynthia Hand
Enchanters - K.F. Bradshaw
The Last Namsara - Kirsten Ciccarelli
Solo - Kwame Alexander
The Red - Tiffany Reisz
Conclusion: Unless I start reading more books, I shall not request or buy anymore. From now on, my reading amount must be higher than my hauled in amount, hopefully considerable more done on the reading side. I'm mentioning it here because it means I am more likely to commit to it once I've told you all :)
Olivia's Question: What new books did you acquire during May?