Book Gifts

27 Dec

I hope everyone had a happy holiday, be it Christmas, Hanukkah, or what-have-you. With gift exchanges, I hope everyone got a bit of what they wanted, but mostly of what they needed.

I was excited to get a few new books from the family. Fireborn by David Dalglish was one of the books I had graciously received. It’s the sequel to Skyborn and is the second book to the author’s second series, Seraphim. Considering how much I had enjoyed Dalglish’s first series Shadowdance, I’m looking forward to starting this series!

The Leveller by Julia Durango is the second book I had gotten. If any of you know me, you’d know another of my beloved hobbies is gaming — I even run a second blog, Double Jump, with my sister Rachel that is dedicated to video games. Durango’s book is set in a virtual reality, a place that is played only in one’s mind. It’ll be fun to see how far the author’s imagination stretches in regards to virtual worlds.

Circus Mirandus by Cassie Beasley is the third book that had been under the Christmas tree for me. Due to be enamored with Erin Morgenstern’s The Night Circus, Circus Mirandus had been added to my wish list after a stint of researching for other stories that celebrated magic like The Night Circus. I’m eager to see how much I enjoy this magical tale.

What about you? Given or received any good books lately?

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  1. Skye Hegyes

    December 28, 2016 at 2:09 am

    I was given an Amazon gift card, which I then used to buy three books. 🙂 One was a manga omnibus and two were YA.

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