Snagged @ The Library: Robert Kirkman, Marissa Meyer, Julia Quinn

Posted March 31, 2014 by Felicia S in Snagged @ The Library / 15 Comments


Snagged @ The Library: Robert Kirkman, Marissa Meyer, Julia Quinn

This week I snagged these books from Frisco Public Library, Plano Public Library, and The Colony Public Library. If you unsure of what kind of awesome things are offered by the library system please check out my post: Blogger Confession Library + Online Content = Greatness

Frisco Public Library Status: Picked up from the library

Frisco Library March 31

Frisco Library March 31 Part 2

The Walking Dead: The Fall of the Governor Part 1 & 2
Goodreads | Library Thing


Plano Public Library Status: On Hold

Plano Public Library March 31

The Sum of All Kisses by Julia QuinnGoodreads | Library Thing


The Colony Public Library Status: On Hold

The Colony Public Library March 31

Cress by Marissa Meyer
Goodreads | Library Thing

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15 responses to “Snagged @ The Library: Robert Kirkman, Marissa Meyer, Julia Quinn

  1. I haven’t read any of The Walking Dead graphic novels! Are you going to review them? I know they’re popular and I like the show but I don’t know if I want to read them or not!

    • These are actually books. I haven’t tried the graphic novels either. I am not sure I am the right demographic for those but my brother loves them.

    • LOL!

      I listened to the last 2 of the Lunar Chronicles so even though I have Cress on Hardcover I had to stick with audio πŸ™‚ The wait is long though *sigh*

      I love Julia too! I am excited to come up in que for that one. The wait isn’t that long (2 people ahead of me)

  2. I really need to catch up on the Walking Dead graphic novels! But I still need to make time for the Locke & Key series that I have sitting on my shelves. Sigh.

    And someday I really will read Cinder!

    • Oddly enough I think Cinder works for me because it reads more like fantasy (mix) than YA. I like the world πŸ™‚ Which floored me since I am not a fan of storybook retellings or YA overall LOL