Sunday Post #14 -The beautiful Peter Pan Edition

The Sunday Post

The Sunday Post was created by Caffeniated Book Reviewerthis is a post where we recap on the going on's on the blog the week previous and the week coming up as well as the awesome books we have received, bought or been gifted for review!

Yesterday I would have only had a few books to show you. However my sister and I went on a shopping trip yesterday and I ended up getting 7 books (Oops) but a lot of them I got really cheap. One I am really excited about I am going to show you now. It's a hardback editon of Peter Pan.

Anyone who knows me knows I love Peter Pan. But I didn't have a nice edition for my shelf so I picked this up in Waterstones for £16.99. It's so pretty and after 7 hours of shopping it was worth it to find this beauty.

Some random things...

I realized that the last few books I have read have been published by Headline, a UK Publisher and my favourite book series ever is published by them. In conclusion I think this publisher is pretty awesome.

A new band I have discovered that are so good is  a band called ,Oh Honey they're  more a a duo than a band.  I don't know much about them but their music is good. They are on Fueled by Ramen's record label. I love this label, it has Panic at the disco, Paramore, Twenty One Pilot's and loads more on its label.

This week I read and reviewed .....

This week I read three books and I am half way though a fourth, which may not sound like a lot but it's a lot for me as at the most I usually read if am lucky is two books.  I read the sequel to The 5th Wave, The Infinite Sea and I loved it so much. I put my review of The 5th Wave up this week and wrote it in a different style, you can check it out here. I also read An Island of Our Own by Sally Nicholls and What Remains by Helene Dubar. All three reviews will be up this week. 

This week on the blog I also put up my review of Guilty Pleasures (The Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series #1) by Laurell K Hamilton. This is a adult vampire/horror and I really liked it. You can check out my review here My second post for my #UKYA IRE spotlight feature went up. The book is The Grindle Witch by Benjamin J Myers. If you live in the UK/Ireland you can win a copy of the book here

On to the best part of this post, the books:

Received for review

I am so excited for this one. This is a new series from author of the Morganville Vampire Series, and it looks so good. It releases July 2015. (ARC paperback VIA Allison & Busby) 


At the time of this post all the books above are currently free on Amazon apart from Neverland.


So when I was shopping yesterday I went into a shop called The Works that has new books for really cheap prices, so I picked up six books LOL and I also popped into Waterstones.

I also won VIA Book Passion For Life

That's me this week. How was your week? Did you get any good books?


  1. Oh wow, Megan! That Peter Pan and Wendy book is absolutely gorgeous! I wouldn't have been able to resist, either :)
    And adding new books to our shelves is kind of par for the course for book-bloggers, right?
    I hope you'll enjoy all your new books, and that the new week will be a good one.

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

  2. I'm with Lexxie - that Peter Pan book is stunning. And it sounds like you got a great deal!

    Have a good week.

  3. I love the Peter Pan book! It's gorgeous! I've been wanting to read it but just haven't made time to get a copy of the book. I've heard it's a wonderful story. I love the cover of Neverland as well. BTW you asked if I recommended the Charlaine Harris mysteries. I really liked the Aurora Teagarden and Harper Connolly series but haven't read any of the Lily Bard series. But they're more traditional mysteries and the Teagarden books have no supernatural.

  4. I love the cover and the beautiful illustrations. I wouldn't have been able to resist it either. I've not read peter Pan in so long.
    Lots of new lovelies this week. Enjoy your new reads:)

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  5. Congrats on the lovely books! I enjoy Peter Pan, too, and have some figurines of Peter, et. al., atop one of my country cupboards. I have Disney figurines throughout the house.

    I love books with the beautiful illustrations like the one you got...enjoy!

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. thanks for the music recommendation - totally in love!

  7. Ink and Bone looks cool. I adore the Peter Pan book...awesome find! I loved Bone Season and hop you do too!

  8. Hi Megan! :D
    Absolutely LOVE the Peter Pan artwork, they're so beautiful! I adore your blog banner, it's so cute!! Absolutely beautiful I love it :D
    Amy @ A Novel Start

  9. That Peter Pan book is so great! It's really pretty. The Bone Season is such a good read. The sequel is even better! Have a good week!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  10. Oh, that Peter Pan is GORGEOUS! I am so happy you were able to get it! And I am really glad you liked The Infinite Sea- I HAVE to read it soon. I am just finishing What Remains tonight (right after this, actually!) so I am looking forward to your thoughts! Hope you love all the new books, and have a wonderful week :)

    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  11. I love the copy of Peter Pan!! Ink and Bone looks really good! I'll have to check it out and see what it's about. I hope you have a good week!

  12. Wow, the illustrations in that Peter Pan book is gorgeous. Fueled by Ramen is new to me, but I love their sound! Hope you enjoy all those books, happy reading :)