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Black Friday Book Haul

Black Friday Book Haul

So I’ve done it again. I’ve added a plethora of ebooks to my already massive list of books to read. I can’t stop. It’s not my fault. I have a problem. Amazon had some really awesome Black Friday deals all week long, and I took advantage of them and found some really awesome books for super cheap. My last book haul was exactly a month ago, so I guess I waited a reasonable amount of time before buying more books. Right? So here’s my Black Friday Book Haul!

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Black Friday Book Haul

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The Child by Fiona Barton

Amazon | Goodreads

This will be my first read by Fiona Barton, since I haven’t yet read The Widow, but there is so much buzz around her and her books. Since it was a great deal, I HAD to pick it up. I bought it for only $1.99.

The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

Amazon | Goodreads

I added this as an extra to my November TBR, but at the rate I’m going, I won’t get to it anytime soon. I’m hoping to read it in the next few months, and now that I own it, that should become easier. Again, there was a lot of hype all over the Internet about this book, and I love me some historical fiction! I bought it for only $0.99!

Watching Glass Shatter by James J. Cudney

Amazon | Goodreads

James J. Cudney is a blogger whom I follow, and I’ve been seeing his blog tour around a lot in recent days, so it made sense for me to check out his book! I’ve never read a book written by a blogger before, but this one seemed interesting enough for me to try! I got it for a whopping zero dollars!

 

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Dead Ends: Stories from the Gothic South edited by J.T. Ellison

Amazon | Goodreads

Last week I finished Lie To Me by J.T. Ellison for the Salt Water Reads book club on Instagram. J.T. Ellison herself posted on Twitter about this book of Gothic short stories featuring thriller and horror authors, each one revolving around a haunted house in the South. I love the idea of reading these short stories by great authors, so I went ahead and bought it for $0.99!

A Head Full of Ghosts by Paul Tremblay

Amazon | Goodreads

Paul Tremblay is a well-known horror, scifi and fantasy writer, and although I’ve heard of him before, I’ve never read any of his work. Shocking for me, since I love all things horror! I jumped on the chance to buy a book by a great author at an awesome price, which was only $1.99!

The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

Amazon | Goodreads

What a pretty cover, right? That’s what first attracted me to this book on Goodreads. So many gorgeous colors, but I was surprised to see that it was more thriller than contemporary fiction. As you can tell from my list already, I have a thing for detective stories!

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If I wasn’t feeling overwhelmed by my TBR before (which I was), I definitely am now. Did you go out Black Friday shopping? What kinds of awesome book deals did you get? Let me know below!

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8 thoughts on “Black Friday Book Haul

  1. I actively avoid stores on Black Friday. I don’t really agree with a day where people maul/shove/etc other people for discounted merchandise a day after the holiday in which they are supposed to be thankful for what they have in their lives already. Though Barnes & Noble had discount codes on their website for the past week or so, and I did buy quite a few books for my boyfriend and I, as well as for some Christmas presents for my boyfriend’s little niece.

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