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Here are the books I have recently acquired.
NetGalley, for review:
EDIT: Click on a title to read my review.
- Arena by Holly Jennings. [Goodreads] Gaming, virtual reality — violent and fast-paced. Sounds fun.
- Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine. [Goodreads] I missed out on reading this when it came out last year, but I saw that NetGalley had it back up. So I thought, Why the heck not? I’ll HAVE to read it because it’ll be a review copy. I’ve seen some reviews for it that mostly say it’s slow, but I don’t mind that.
From the library:
- The Girl from Everywhere by Author. [Goodreads] More time travel, more ships! These seem to be trending in 2016…
- Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys. [Goodreads] Super-short chapters mean that hopefully I’ll fly through this. I’ve enjoyed Ruta’s other books, and I am looking forward to this (tragic) story about the biggest ship sinking in history.
- Tides by Betsy Cornwell. [Goodreads] Selkies! I couldn’t get into Betsy’s Mechanica, a Cinderella retelling, but I hope I enjoy her book about these amazing mythical water creatures.
- Unhooked by Lisa Maxwell. [Goodreads] A Peter Pan retelling, but dark and twisted. I AM SO EXCITED.
- Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton. [Goodreads] I effing love the cover. The book sounds awesome, too.
- Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan. [Goodreads] A new high fantasy, and you guys all know how much I love my high fantasy.
What books have you recently added to your collection?
And have you read any of the books I just acquired?
If so, which should I start ASAP?