Here we have my June book haul. It may be my biggest book haul ever but that’s what happens when LIFELINE BOOKFEST COMES TO TOWN. I promised myself that I wouldn’t buy anything that wasn’t filling a gap in my book jar list but I am weak and I regret nothing. These can just be part of my book jar list for next year.
I found a lot of new treasures and a few old favourites like Holes by Louis Sachar (which I read in primary school) and Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (one of my uni books).
The only books this month that aren’t secondhand are the ones standing up. Cassandra Clare’s City of Heavenly Fire is a new release and it completes a series I’ve been reading for years. I gave in and bought a copy of The Fault in Our Stars this afternoon because I want to read it before I see the movie.
All up, I spent $139 on 34 books from Lifeline Bookfest. City of Heavenly Fire and The Fault in Our Stars were $12 each.