book haul

Book Haul #15

So it’s been a hot while since I’ve done a book haul and honestly I haven’t bought that many books in the three months since my last haul.  However I do have a few and I’ve finally gotten around to taking photos of them (and attempting to find room to put them on my shelves) and writing up this haul.  Before I begin I’d like to announce that I’m now an affiliate for the Book Depository so in full disclosure, the links to purchase the books in this post will give me a small commission.


by R.J Larson

Book two in the Books of the Infinite series.

Young Adult, Christian, Historical, Fantasy, Adventure, Romance



You can read my review of the first book in this series, Prophet, HERE.  While it is classified as Christian I strongly believe that this story, plot and characters will appeal to fans who aren’t religious.  It read just like a ‘normal’ fantasy and the first book was marketed as ‘Fantasy meets Old Testament’.


Ela Roeh of Parne doesn’t understand why her beloved Creator, the Infinite, wants her to become His prophet. She’s undignified and bad-tempered, and at age seventeen she’s much too young. In addition, no prophet of Parne has ever been a girl. Worst of all, as Parne’s elders often warn, if she agrees to become the Infinite’s prophet, Ela knows she will die young.

Yet she can’t imagine living without Him. Determined to hear the Infinite’s voice, Ela accepts the sacred vinewood branch and is sent to bring the Infinite’s word to a nation torn apart by war. There she meets a young ambassador determined to bring his own justice for his oppressed people. As they form an unlikely partnership, Ela battles how to balance the leading of her heart with the leading of the Infinite.

Book Depository: Paperback

Amazon: Kindle


by R.J Larson

Book three in the Books of the Infinite series.

Young Adult, Christian, Historical, Fantasy, Adventure, Romance



Book Depository: Paperback

Amazon: Kindle


by Dina L. Sleiman

Young Adult, Christian, Historical, Fantasy, Romance



This is one of the Christian books I read earlier this year and loved.  I’ve read it twice this year so far and really enjoyed it.  It’s a Robin Hood-esque retelling.  My Goodreads review was; “I know I haven’t read a lot of Christian lit – mostly because half of it is preachy and the other half is plain old boring – but this was subtle, yet clear, and I loved it. In my experience and belief it was believable and I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel.”

Though once a baron’s daughter, Lady Merry Ellison is willing to go to any lengths to protect the orphaned children of her former village. Dubbed “The Ghosts of Farthingale Forest,” her band of followers soon become enemies of the throne when they hijack ill-gotten gold meant for the king.

Timothy Grey, ninth child of the Baron of Greyham, longs to perform some feat so legendary that he will rise from obscurity and earn a title of his own. When the Ghosts of Farthingale Forest are spotted in Wyndeshire, where he serves as assistant to the local earl, he might have found his chance. But when he comes face-to-face with the leader of the thieves, will he choose fame or love?

Book Depository: Paperback

The Improbable Theory of Ana & Zak

by Brian Katcher

Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance


The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak is Stonewall Book Award-winning author Brian Katcher’s hilarious he said/she said romance about two teens recovering from heartbreak and discovering themselves on an out-of-this-world accidental first date.

It all begins when Ana Watson’s little brother, Clayton, secretly ditches the quiz bowl semifinals to go to the Washingcon sci-fi convention on what should have been a normal, résumé-building school trip.

If slacker Zak Duquette hadn’t talked up the geek fan fest so much, maybe Clayton wouldn’t have broken nearly every school rule or jeopardized Ana’s last shot at freedom from her uptight parents.

Now, teaming up with Duquette is the only way for Ana to chase down Clayton in the sea of orcs, zombies, bikini-clad princesses, Trekkies, and Smurfs. After all, one does not simply walk into Washingcon.

But in spite of Zak’s devil-may-care attitude, he has his own reasons for being as lost as Ana-and Ana may have more in common with him than she thinks. Ana and Zak certainly don’t expect the long crazy night, which begins as a nerdfighter manhunt, to transform into so much more…

Book Depository: Paperback

Wolf Blood

by N.M Browne

Young Adult, Historical, Paranormal, Fantasy


A Celtic warrior girl is held captive and enslaved by a rival tribe. When fever takes her only friend, she knows she must escape, but she runs straight into the path of two Roman foot soldiers. Thinking they will kill a warrior instantly, the girl disguises herself as a beggar and asks to share their fire. Using her gift as a seer she discovers that one of the soldiers is not what he seems. Celtic blood courses through his veins too, but there is something else. He is a shapeshifter – a Versipellum. He shares his soul with that of the wolf. The girl needs to reach the leader of her dead friend’s tribe, and the boy must escape the Romans before they discover his true nature. Their only chance of survival is to help each other. But what will happen when their powers are combined?

Amazon: Kindle


What books have you bought lately?

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