Friday Finds #20 – January 9th

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FRIDAY FINDS is originally featured at Should Be Reading and showcases the most interesting books I’ve encountered during, in this case, the last two weeks and have added to my neverending TBR list on Goodreads. Somehow I never seem to be able to blog or read too much during summer, so there are not a lot of new titles on my TBR for now. I’m also trying not to buy any new books until I’ve managed to downsize my TBR pile… (Yes, the infamous book buying ban!) We’ll see how long that will last; for now here are the newest additions to my wishlist:

My finds:

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4 thoughts on “Friday Finds #20 – January 9th

    • The Girl On The Train has been all over the book blogging community; every time I see the title popping up somewhere it reminds me of how much I want and need to buy the title. I really need to get the other titles soon as well… I liked Koontz’ Innocence and the Odd Thomas series sounds great.

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      • The Girl On The Train was mentioned everywhere. My decision was made after glancing at the description for the very first time. 😉
        I saw Odd Thomas at the fantasy film festival; I knew I had to have it. I’ve read it twice, so far. I haven’t completed the series yet, I’ll do my best on getting hold of the other instalments ASAP.

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      • Same here, my interest in reading The Girl On The Train started when I first saw the book being mentioned. I will probably end up buying it soon despite my book buying ban…

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