Book Haul #2 (Classics, Non-fiction, Goosebumps) [CC]

Book Haul #2 (Classics, Non-fiction, Goosebumps) [CC]

Hey peeps, Tyler here with book haul number
two. I explained how I’m doing these in number one. I think I forgot to mention
I’m not going to bother with the Kindle books, e-books, or audiobooks, that I’ve
already gotten this year, which isn’t a whole lot anyway, but if you want to see
all of those they’re on my blog which is linked in the description. I’m just
showing the physical books that I’ve gotten so far and this is number two. “Welcome to the Wicked Wax Museum” by R.L.
Stine. It is a choose your own scare Goosebumps thing where there’s like 20
endings, over 20 endings, with how, with the choices you make
throughout the book. Have a few of those. “The Knight in Screaming Armor” “You’re Plant Food” “Diary of a Mad Mummy” “Please Don’t Feed the Vampire!” Which I
forgot to check I already have but it’s a different cover and I like this one
better so I’m not even mad. “Scream of the Evil
Genie” and “Deep in the Jungle of Doom” all by R.L.
Stine. And all choose your own scare Goosebumps books. Then I have “Trans Love: an anthology
of transgender and non-binary voices” Vampires of Lore: Traits and Modern
Misconceptions” by A.P. Sylvia. which I believe I heard about from Regina’s
library. I’ll leave her channel down below. Has a map. It just looks really cool inside. Non-fiction book about vampires. “Frankenstein: The 1818 text” by Mary
Shelley. Which I love. And I will get multiple editions. Because I already have
multiple editions. Now I add this one to my collection. Love “Frankenstein”.
Definitely prefer the 1818 uncensored text. This comes with an introduction by
Charlotte Gordon. Which I read a book by Charlotte last year, Romantic Outlaws.
Loved it. It’s a book on Mary Shelley and her mother. Non-fiction. If you’re also obsessed with Mary
Shelley like I am I would recommend checking out Romantic Outlaws,
otherwise probably not but… Another edition of “Frankenstein”.
This one is annotated and illustrated. Also has extra things. Completely
annotated and provided with maps, essays, and chilling illustrations. This unique
edition of Mary Shelley’s “Frankenstein” answers some of readers most lingering
questions, clarifies historical references, and probes into the sensitive
biographical nature of Mary Shelley’s landmark novel. I don’t know if you can
read that but… “Mathilda” by Mary Shelley. Which I have not read. And “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and
“Through the looking-glass” by Lewis Carroll. Which I do already have. I’ve
read and enjoyed it so got this pretty edition. As you can see it has a yellow ribbon in
it. The pages
are silver on the ends. Those are the books I have for this part.
If you’ve read any of these let me know your thoughts down below, with no
spoilers. Of course. Though I’ve read “Frankenstein”
and “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking-Glass”. But I haven’t
read the others so… Like, comment and subscribe if you want to. Hit the bell if
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have a nice day.

3 thoughts on “Book Haul #2 (Classics, Non-fiction, Goosebumps) [CC]

  1. That Alice book is gorgeous. A friend of mine would love that especially since it's purple. Purple is her fave color. I'm trying to collect different copies of Jane Eyre and Phantom of the Opera. Those are my two fave classics. Thanks for the haul! ☺️

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