I just bought a billion books on BookOutlet and on Thriftbooks and I’ve decided that I’m going to make a book haul of it. I actually just ordered several more books from both Amazon and Thriftbooks, so that’ll probably be yet another book haul some other day. Besides all of that, without further ado, here is my entirely too big book haul of books that I didn’t need to buy but I wanted to.
Some of these I might have an eBook version of, but I’m a freak and I’ll still go out and buy the real book version just because if I really like the book, I like to see it on my shelf lookin’ all pretty. In this picture, I’ve finished only Cress and These Broken Stars, but I’m thinking about reading The Luxe or My True Love Gave to Me next.. I can’t decide.
Except for Unearthly, all of these are from Bookoutlet. I got them so cheap, it’s amazing. Bookoutlet does let you know that the books’ quality isn’t going to be great on some of them, just as a warning to let you know why they’re so cheap, which is really nice. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like this website or if the books will be good enough quality, but I decided why the heck not. Every book I bought I ordered at the cheapest price, each of them with the warning of low quality, and I assumed that I wasn’t going to get brand new, super nice looking books. I’m literally amazed at how great this quality is. I’m definitely going to be ordering more from here, and I think everyone should check it out! They don’t really have books that have just been released, they’re a year or two old, but they are still books I wanted to read and are pretty recently published.
Anyways, that was more of a ramble about why I’m obsessed with Bookoutlet and Thriftbooks, but I threw some pictures of books in there, so it still counts as a haul. I’m just really happy with all these books. I’ve already got them lined up in the order I want to read them. I’m not even kidding.
I hope everyone has a fantabulous day/evening/morning/whenever you’re reading this and happy reading!