This week was a combination of review copies, books I bought and digital ARCs. A rather eventful week, plus over the coming weeks my books from the 5% off TBD sale will be coming in *rubs hands in glee*
I grabbed the two Lotus War books for the Jay Kristoff signing at Supanova next week. I don’t usually buy hardcovers but these covers are so much better than the Aussie versions.
Review copies – physical
Thank you to Random House Australia, Bloomsbury and Simon & Schuster for sending me these review copies.
Losing Hope by Colleen Hoover – Ever since finishing Hopeless earlier this year, I have been waiting forever for Losing Hope to come out, but I thought I might be patient in case I might get a review copy. The wait has paid off – I’ll be picking this up really soon!
Red Hill by Jamie McGuire – I’m really curious about this title, given that it’s the same author of Beautiful Damage, a popular NA series that I haven’t read yet. But this one is post apocalyptic, so I can’t wait to see how it is.
After Eden by Helen Douglas – I already had a digital ARC of this from Netgalley, but I received this proof copy of the book from the publisher as well. I’ve already read it and it was nothing special, my review will be going up on Monday.
Review copies – digital
I received these books from Netgalley and Edelweiss.
Into the Still Blue by Veronica Rossi – I still haven’t read these series, but I have the books on my shelf and now is as good of a time to pick them up as any.
Bellman & Black by Diane Setterfield – I love ghost stories and this one sounds spooky and interesting.
The Almost Girl by Amalie Howard – I am part of the blog tour next month for Angry Robot, this should be an interesting sci-fi YA.
What did you add to your shelves this week?
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