Book Haul from the Big Book Sale


Every year at Fort Mason in San Francisco the public library holds the biggest book sale on the west coast. It’s basically a huge warehouse filled with books for $2 or $3! I went this weekend for the first time and I was lucky that the weather was absolutely beautiful.




While it was amazing to search through the piles of books, I actually didn’t take home that many. I was extremely disappointed to find that there wasn’t a fantasy section OR a young adult section *gasp.* All of the books in my genre were mixed into fiction, literature and science fiction so I was digging through books forever. Its probably a good thing I didn’t come home with 20 books because I don’t have that much space in my apartment.


I ended up coming home with these three books:

Tithe by Holly Black

Beautiful Oblivion by Jamie McCguire

Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen

I probably could have stayed for hours but honestly I was a little overwhelmed by all of the books. Regardless, it was any book lover’s dream to see so many cheap books! 🙂




12 thoughts on “Book Haul from the Big Book Sale”

  1. Oh wow – I saw this sale all over social media and missed it! That’s really interesting that they didn’t have a fantasy or young adult section. I find that library sales are great places to discover new books, partly because I spend so much time wandering through random sections looking for mis-shelved books! that’s part of the fun of library sales 🙂

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  2. That’s so strange that they didn’t have a fantasy or YA section! You’d think that a sale that big would. 😛 Regardless it looks like you grabbed some good books and I have to give you credit for not grabbing a ton of books because I would not have had as much self-control hahaha

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