Book Blogger New Year’s Challenge ~Day 11~


Dun dun dun
Welcome to day 11!
Sorry about the intro… I didn’t know what I was thinking.
Our book blogger new year’s challenge is ending soon, only three days left 😦
Anyways for day 11 we have:
TBR shelf, how many? *dun dun dun*
Well, I used to have only 20 books. I was so calm, until I started reading Roberta’s blog Offbeat YA. Apparently she loves Christopher Pike, whom I didn’t knew who he was until now. One of his series is “The Last Vampire “and obviously I have to buy those books. I also googled him, found his other books, and now I want to buy them all! Yeah, thanks Roberta! Couldn’t you keep those books to yourself? Now I am finding one million ways to buy them from Albania.
Thank God, I will go to Italy soon and probably I will find his books in Italian or something.
I really really really want to read The Last Vampire.
Now I don’t have anymore 20 books to read, but 42…
Well, that’s me!
Hope you have a wonderful time!
XOXO

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4 thoughts on “Book Blogger New Year’s Challenge ~Day 11~

  1. Love the dun, dun, dun, as it sounds so ominous! And just when you think you have things under control, you discover a new-to-you author and double your TBR pile! That's the danger of book blogging, but a good danger. 🙂

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  2. The Last Vampire series is awesome. Just a warning though, the series is now known as Thirst. So, if you plan on buying new or on ebook, look for those four books. I think the orginal Last Vampire series had eight or more books. I can't remember, but I loved them too. The Remember Me Trilogy is my absolute favorite book by Christopher Pike. It's available as one book now, so easy on the wallet.

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  3. (First off, I tried to post before, and my message disappeared. In case it's going to show up again later, I apologize. More or less, it went like this…)

    Haha, I didn't expect this and it was so funny. You made my day! I love you!
    Also, I specifically set up my blog hoping that I could spread the word about books someone else hadn't read yet, not with the intent of stroking my ego. So I'm really happy now! *bounces on her seat*
    Sadly, only a handful of Pike's books have been translated in Italian – and even then, often censored or shortened O_o. The ones I bought (in the original version), I found on a site called IBS, where you can order books both in Italian and in English. There are only a few of them, but better than nothing (Remember Me and The Last Vampire are among them). The site accepts cash on delivery, which is why I was able to buy them without a credit card. Or if you have one – and you don't mind books being second-hand – there's always Amazon. Good luck!

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