February Book Haul #6


Welcome to my sixth book haul! This month, aside from normal books, I also purchased textbooks for my classes. And since I paid out the butt for them, they get a spot in the haul, dammit.

And here they are!!


Great ExpectationsGreat Expectations by Charles Dickens
I would like to read more classics. My reading window is rather narrow at the moment, I think. Horizons, man. Gotta expand them.

The Traitor Baru Cormorant by Seth DickinsonThe Traitor Baru Cormorant
I’m particularly excited for this one. Before actually buying it, I had gone through the cycle of picking it up/putting it down in the store for probably two or three visits prior. I’m glad I finally brought it home with me.

The BeesThe Bees by Laline Paull
This one looks really good too. It’s about a worker bee that becomes sentient enough to realize that it’s a worker bee. It goes through a whole bunch of bee conspiracy and is very dystopian, form what I’ve heard. Sounds really good. 😀

Queen of the Tearling by Erika JohansenThe Queen of the Tearling (The Queen of the Tearling, #1)
I don’t remember if I was reading this or not during my February currently reading post, but if I was, it was a library book. Since then, I’ve purchased my own copy. I’m really digging it so far.


Introducing the Theory of Computation by Wayne Goddard for my Theory of Computation Class

Computer Systems: A Programmer’s Perspective by Bryant O’Hallaron for my Computer Organization and Architecture class

Data Structures & Algorithms in Java by Robert Lafore for my Data Structures and Algorithms class

Molecular Biology of the Cell by Bruce Alberts for my Cell Biology class.

And that’s it! This one is short and sweet. So, what books did you get? Anyone else including textbooks in this month’s haul post? Happy reading!!

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