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Yeah I know, Christmas isn't even two weeks over and I'm here to share eight new books with you. But I honestly didn't buy anything (except from 3 eBooks), all those books are post-Christmas gifts from my aunt or things I bought from a gifted Amazon gift card.
Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare To be Honest, I have to admit I'm not a huge fan of Cassandra Clare. I started her The Mortal Instruments Series but didn't enjoy it, so I didn't continue on with it. But everyone seems to love Clare, so I decided to give her an kinda second chance. I'm a little fan of book set in Victorian age and I heard incredible things about this trilogy, so I think I'll give it a shot.
The Archived by Victoria Schwab Since I read Vicious last month I fell in love with Schwabs writing and her great ideas! I looked up some summarys of her books and they sounded incredible good. So I asked my aunt if she could get me a Victoria Schwab book for Christmas and she gave me the one I mosted wanted. Thanks ♥
Trial by Fire by Josephine Angelini I didn't read her Starcrossed (I think that's what it's called) trilogy but I heard really good things about it. So when her new book about witchcraft came out I put it on my wish list. I really like the cover, but I heard some mixed things about it.
Mistborn Trilogy von Brandon Sanderson I know, I'm probably the last person who haven't read a Brandon Sanderson book yet. But I heard so many good things about it! And I'm really into High/Epic Fantasy lately, so I can't wait to start this trilogy.
Nachtzug nach Lissabon by Pascal Mercier and Das Blubbern von Glück by Barry Jonsberg are two German books I got.
I got only two books this week. One of those books is an eBook: Uninvited by Sophie Jordan. It is - or was - really cheap on Amazon AND it stood on my wishlist for weeks (or rather months), so I just had to buy it. I'll hopefully read it soon, because it sounds so interesting and unique.
The second book which I bought is City of Bones by Cassandra Clare. Of course I've already read it (and the entire series), but for some mysterious reasons I didn't own it - until now. I'm so happy that it's finally standing right next to all the other books of The Mortal Instruments series on my bookshelf.