June Book Haul

So yeah, I have a book buying problem, brought five books this June with plenty of books to choose from that I haven’t read laying on my bookshelf.

First, I went to a used book sale in Lisbon where books were like 5€ each, I couldn’t resist the temptation.
Then, I went to a bookshop to buy a book to a friend of mine and everywhere I looked it was as if books were calling my name, they just wanted to be read, it’s not my fault.
This week, I went to fnac and there was a section of classics that were under 5€, just couldn’t fight back, it was to good to be true.

These are the books I ended up buying in June:

  • Encounter at Farpoint by David Gerrold;
  • Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf;
  • The Warsaw Anagrams by Richard Zimler;
  • The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux;
  • Moby-Dick or, The Whale by Herman Melville.

This is not okay, I can’t keep on buying so many books.


Bye, keep on reading.

4 thoughts on “June Book Haul

      1. I’m a bargain hunter. I never pay full price. I think the most expensive book I bought was Wonder for like $13? Also a majority of my pile was from BookCon that was all free.


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