Not only is this rather late, it was completely non-existent last week so this post is for the last fortnight’s bookly intake. What can I say, I’m a rebel.
First off, the lovely Ellie from Musings of a Bookshop Girl sent a £10 Amazon voucher for my birthday at the beginning of August, but I prohibited myself from using it until I’d unpacked a decent amount of boxes from my decent move. Well, that didn’t exactly pan out, but I at least got a semi-decent amount done before I caved. Anyway, this is the result:
I borrowed The Forest of Hands and Teeth from the library a fortnight or so ago and loved it (my review is here) so I took the opportunity to buy both that and the sequel for myself.
French Milk is a bit of a strange one – it’s a the graphic novel of a 23 year old’s trip to Paris with her mother. I’m going through a bit of a graphic novel phase and I love Paris, so why wouldn’t I want this? I’ve had a quick flick through already and it looks adorable.
As for 0.4, I only came across it when I was about to check out with the other three. And then, what do you know, it magically sneaked into my cart when I wasn’t looking! Don’t you hate when books do that? I’ve never seen it featured anywhere before, but apparently it’s something to do with the discovery of some recordings of a boy as the previous world ended. Or something.