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Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
Godsgrave by Jay Kristoff
Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
Even if I swear left and right that I didn’t mean to buy two copies of the same book, it doesn’t change the fact that I now have the Barnes and Noble and Target versions of Tower of Dawn staring at me. I will not be made to feel guilty by my own books. You guys are just paper, don’t be all imposing and judgmental that I haven’t read all of you yet. (Send help the fan art got me) I mentioned it on Instagram too, but I really haven’t been the biggest fan of Chaol. Still, I’m happy to have Tower of Dawn while I wait for the finale to release. I’m actually a little more excited to have the U.K. version of Heir of Fire because I’ve wanted it since forever. I also wanted the U.K. version of Brandon Sanderson’s books, but I forgot that the Way of Kings is split into two books. It was simply too detrimental to my wallet, so I chose the beautiful 20th Anniversary Slytherin edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone instead. The sprayed pages are beautiful, but I also have way too many copies of Harry Potter. I still stubbornly think it was well worth it, especially because my other editions are the American versions. (They’re all different, okay. I promise.) I might’ve also told myself not to buy Godsgrave until I read Nevernight, but
A) I never listen to myself.
B) Exclusive editions are my bread and butter.
C) I kinda wanted it.
D) Please don’t let me buy the U.K. versions of these books either or else I’ll really need help.
I used the Book Depository for the first time ever, and it was a fairly good transaction experience. So really, all is well. Except my process of getting rid of books. At this rate it’s going to take years.