Books Making Their Way To Me (YAY!)

So recently, I found www.readitswapit.co.uk, a book exchange website where you exchange books with other users and the only cost is postage (around £2.00 a book).


I went a little crazy and here are the trades I have made so far;


I traded my copy of Entangled by Cat Clarke for...

I traded my copy of Huntress by Malinda Lo for...

I traded my (spare) copy of Across the Universe by Beth Revis for...

I traded my copy of Siren by Tricia Rayburn for...

I traded my copy of The Poison Diaries by Maryrose Wood for...

I traded my copy of Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson for...

I traded my copy of The Book of A Thousand Days by Shannon Hale for...

I traded my copy of The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan for...

What am I most excited about? 
Definitely Clockwork Angel (almost impossible to find in my local bookstores!), The Outlaws of Sherwood, as a gigantic Robin McKInley fan I ee'd when I got the request, as well as Hunger as eating disorders is an issue very personal to me, so I'm excited to see how Kessler deals with the issue.

-Jade

3 comments:

  1. You got some excellent trades! I love readitswapit, I've gotten some really good books from it. Clockwork Angel is amazing, hope you enjoy! I LOVE the Wicca series too, I read that about 7 years ago when I was like 13! Such a good series, so glad they've reissued it.

    The Cait Files

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  2. Wow, I love how many books youve traded! I couldn't possibly let my copy of Entangled go though, I loved it too much!
    I really hope you enjoy Oh My Goth because it sounds great! :D

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  3. Thanks Cait! Checked out your blog and I'm a new follower! I think I read the first book of the Wicca series when I was around 12 but I remember enjoying it, I really can't wait for Clockwork Angel as well :)

    Raimy, I loved Entangled but it made me cry a little too much so I've been scared to reasd it again, I rarely ever read books twice becasue i never have time so I thought I'd give it a new home where it could be loved and read.

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