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This video is about my book unhaul June 2020 where I sell or donate all the books I no longer want on my shelves!

If you liked this video, check out my other book haul and book unhaul videos!

Books Mentioned:

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
The Pelican Brief by John Grisham
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon
Foundation by Isaac Asimov
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire by Stieg Larsson
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
The Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve
The Uglies trilogy by Scott Westerfeld
The Mortality Doctrine trilogy by James Dashner
Undertow by Michael Buckley
3:16 by Max Lucado

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19 Replies to “ANOTHER BOOK UNHAUL (17 BOOKS!!!)”

  1. Ahhh loveeee Outlander but yeah there’s so much sexual assault throughout the whole series (that time was BRUTAL to live in, my goodness)! They are super dense and I can definitely see why they wouldn’t be for everyone, Claire and Jamie just had me hooked haha ❤️

  2. I like a good unhaul video! I on the other hand really enjoyed Outlander and think I want to continue the series (although I've seen the TV-series 4 times). But it is nice to hear why you get rid of the books and that you stay honest in your opinion on them. Reading time is precious and prioritizing is important! 😉

  3. I just finished reading Mortal Engines and I didn't know about the movie 🤔 It definitely falls on the younger side of YA but I did enjoy it (even though the characters were really typical).

  4. Ages ago, (8-9 yrs ago) I read Ender's Game to my son. We both enjoyed it. Then we watched the movie. My son continued the series recently and enjoyed the complexity of the world. I have two of his Biblical character books. (Historical Christian fiction). I've read one book by Lucado, He Chose the Nails: What God Did to Win Your Heart. I gave it three stars. I was lukewarm about it. But I have read much worse "Christian" books, so I would give him another try. Would you have a recommendation?(I'm not a new Christian). Doesn't it feel so good to unhaul? =)

  5. I really want to try Asimov since I liked the I robot movie! So sad that you did not enjoy foundation, old sci fi is not for everybody, I do not read much Sci fi so I am very scared I will not like it :&

  6. I really liked The Uglies series when I was younger, but as an adult I was disappointed!

    I went to 2nd and Charles yesterday and did some damage 🙂

  7. Imo the Stieg Larsson books are one of those instances where the movie was actually better. I agree with unhauling foundation, unfortunately Asimov's weakness is character development. He's an ideas guy and it's his characters that can often make his stories really dull. Short stories are where he shines. I gasped at unhauling Ender's game though haha I love that book so much.

  8. I love that you didn’t sugarcoat how you felt about these…and I’ve noticed the same feeling you had about the “Uglies” series when I try to read young adult stuff now. I think I’m officially too old to “get” YA books

  9. I read the Pelican Brief but it was like a LONG time agi lol I used to love Grisham books, but it has been YEARS!
    I actually read the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo before I saw the movie and enjoyed it, but I don't think I will ever read them again.

  10. I HATED Uglies. Well the first one was okay but the rest was awful I think the third one is Specials and then Extras was a companion set in the future. Idk it was weird and not at all worth the read 😂

  11. I’ve been wanting to read Outlander and I bought it, but it’s so intimidating. I saw that show and I heard what you said about using sexual violence as a plot device and it’s true in the show so I’ll see how I like the book.

  12. watching book unhaul videos make me a little bit happy 😅 like yeahh i totally support ppl who dont keep books they dont wanna treasure forever 😅

  13. I read Uglies when I was in early high school. It was a great read, but I think it is probably a series that doesn't age well. I really liked the Outlander books early on, but by book eight, it was the same old plot and events that it was getting a little stale…Okay, not a little, a lot.

  14. i ended up giving my mom my copy of outlander. i tried to read it, but i couldn't get into it and felt bad cause it's so hyped

  15. Great Unhaul Video Megan! I Still Have A Special Place For The Uglies Series But I Think It’s Pure Nostalgia!

    I Think It’s Amazing That You Put Arcs & Other Books Into Your Classroom And I Hope Your Pupils Are Grateful For That 💙

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