Book Swap!

Hi guys! So, you may have already seen or heard that I’m attending the London Book Fair in just about two weeks’ time. I was sorting through my bookshelves the other day and realised that a) I got to the point where I don’t know where to put my new books anymore and b) I have quite a few books I would be willing to swap.

So, I thought I’d post a list of books that I’d be willing to swap with anyone who’s interested. Even if you’re not attending the Book Fair but will be in London between April 14 and 16 and would like to read any of these books, let me know. :) Since I don’t want to carry the whole pile with me across Europe, do let me know which ones you’re interested in and I’ll make sure to bring them with me. The books in question are:

Book Swap
Agatha Raisin: As The Pig Turns by M.C. Beaton
Hitler’s Angel by William Osborne *
A Week in December by Sebastian Faulks
Sanctuary Line by Jane Urquhart *
Exile by Jakob Ejersbo * - Kit
Julia by Otto de Kat *
The Confidant by Hélène Grémillon *
The Life of Rebecca Jones by Angharad Price *
Call Down Thunder by Daniel Finn - Faye
The Terrace by Maria Duffy - Celine
A Message to Your Heart by Niamh Greene

(The ones marked with a * are unread books – the others are in good condition too but have already been read. Also, clicking on the book titles will take you to Goodreads where you can check out the synopsis.)

If you’re interested in any of these, just leave me a comment below, email me at or tweet me @bookswithacuppa!

8 Responses to “Book Swap!”

  1. Andrea says:

    I’m interested to The Terrace by Maria Duffy. Unfortunately I wont go to London this month. I hope i can get a chance Finding this book in Indonesia
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  2. Petra says:

    Enjoy the fair! :) I wish I knew about it sooner. I’m going to London on 23rd! :)
    BTW, how do you feel about moving to London? I’m moving there (hopefully!) this autumn, and I’m scared! :)
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  3. maja says:

    Oh, I think you should try reading Exile from Jakob Ejersbo (if you didn’t already)
    He was (is dead now becouse of cancer) a danish writter and his Africa-trilogy is one of my favorites. It might not be what you’re usually accustomed to read, but I found it to be really good and somewhat thought-provoking.

    And i’m not just saying this becouse I myself is a Dane ;)

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