ShortBookandScribes – Book Haul from Books2Door
I was recently contacted by Levi at Books2Door who asked me if I would like to collaborate with them again to showcase just a small selection of the books they have on offer. Since 2004 they have been offering books at great prices and their website offers a multitude of books for children and adults alike. Why not visit their website yourself to peruse their wide variety of books?
So what did I choose?
First of all, I chose the three book set of Kate Morton books with Sophie Allport covers, consisting of The House at Riverton, The Secret Keeper and The Distant Hours.
This is a slight indulgence on my part as I’ve already read the books but Kate Morton is one of my all-time favourite writers and I don’t actually have a physical copy of The Distant Hours. To be honest, I just couldn’t resist these beautiful covers. The designs are understated and attractive and the covers themselves have a ribbed effect, making for a very pleasing reading experience. At £13.99 for the set they are great value.
Next up, a set of three books for me to read with my son. We both loved the sound of the Royal Rabbits of London trilogy by Santa Montefiore and Simon Sebag Montefiore, illustrated by Kate Hindley.
The set was £6.99 and the books will provide hours of fun for us as we follow the adventures of the rabbits who live under Buckingham Palace and fight evil across the world.
Finally, a set of books I have heard so much about over the years and have always thought I would enjoy. This is the five book set of the Cazalet Chronicles by Elizabeth Jane Howard. This set is £16.95.
These books have gorgeously shiny covers which I keep running my hands over. The set will take me from 1938 through to the 1950s, following one family’s ups and downs. This is a series to really sink my teeth into.
Thank you Books2Door! If you fancy any of these books, or indeed any of the books from the website, then I can recommend this company. Given that it’s Christmas, the delivery still arrived quickly and it was well-packaged, and if you spend over £35 (which is easy to do given the books available) then you get free postage.