This week on the 7th February I visited my fourth Waterstones off the list, Merry Hill. It has been a while since I have visited the Waterstones at Merry Hill and I had forgotten how small the store is. Small in a good way, as sometimes I get overwhelmed by massive bookstores and just do not know where to look.
It was a really nice atmosphere in the store and quiet, which I love because you do not have to rush or fight through people to have a good browse. As usual the books were laid out perfectly and so I managed to find some good books to buy.
Here are the books I bought and I used my special book buying bag that I got for Chistmas off my sister-in-law.
The books I bought are as follows:-
The Man with No Face by Peter May
This edition I got is actually signed by the author and as he is a favourite of mine I just could not resist buying it. That is my excuse and I am sticking to it anyway.
The Winter of the Witch by Katherine Arden
Have been waiting for this to come out for a while now, I was very excited to buy it.
Rotherweird by Andrew Caldecott
This is actually my husband’s choice and I bought it for him but would also like to read it when he has finished it. It looks very intriguing and different to what I usually read.
Dog Stories Everyman’s Pocket Classics
I love the Everyman books, I just think they look so pretty. We have the cat version of this book and I thought it was high time we had the dog one.
Anyway this was my book haul, I think it is a good haul and can not wait to start reading them.
On to planning my next Waterstones adventure.
Lady Book Dragon.