Hello, sweet peas!
I thought you might be interested in all the books that I have added to my collection lately. I mean, I’m always interested in the books that you buy, so maybe you are. 😉
I’m actually not really sure when I made a post like this the last time, so I hope it won’t get too long. Who are we kidding here, it’s gonna be super long.
And you know what? I think I’ll even let you choose which one of the books gets put higher to the top of the stack! Long live the polls! 😀
Up over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker
I think that one might have been a cover buy mostly. I mean, the story itself sounds fun too but can we just appreciate the gorgeous cover? Anyway. I’m actually pretty curious about what’s inside too.
Chilling Effect by Valerie Valdes
I think they had me that the psychic cats. No, seriously. I think that this book is gonna be thrilling and funny and I haven’t read any scifi in a while.
The International Yeti Collective by Paul Mason
I mean, yetis? That is something I haven’t read anything about yet. I think that this one might be really great fun and somehow different. Looking forward to this one!
The Midnight Hour by Benjamin Read & Laura Trinder
I have high hopes for this one! I read so many good reviews and I think it’s right up my alley.
The Midnight Howl by Benjamin Read & Laura Trinder
Because, hey! Why buy just one book in a series when you can buy two, right? I mean, doesn’t matter if I don’t like the first one, at least I have the second one too! (Although I don’t think I won’t like the first one. So…score?)
Scavengers by Darren Simpson
I..I forgot what I wanted to say about this book. I mean, I didn’t only buy it for the gorgeous cover, I also read great reviews about it and it sounds really good.
Hollowpox – The Hunt for Morrigan Crow by Jessica Townsend
I don’t understand myself. I mean, I understand why I bought this one. I have been waiting hard for it. But I still haven’t read it? Maybe because I don’t want to wait too long for the next book after this one?
A Wolf called Wander by Rosanne Perry
I think this book might be heartwarming and heartbreaking, beautiful and sad at the same time. I love books with animal protagonists and since it’s actually based on a real animal I know that I’m gonna do a lot of research later. I also have loved wolves from a rather early age on – three if I remember correctly, and guys, there are stories nobody should ever know, stars help me – and I think that this book is gonna be literally a journey.
Do you know any of the books? Have you read them? What should I read next?