Sunday, 13 April 2014


AKA Showcase Sunday

I can't believe I didn't know there was a new Danny Wallace coming out. So excited about Who is Tom Ditto? Also a couple of really interesting sounding books from Headline, one a historical YA about Hitler's niece and the other a non-fiction book about a man who became a mathematical genius after a head injury.

For review:
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman (Headline)
Animals by Emma Jane Unsworth (Canongate)
The Long War by Terry Pratchett + Stephen Baxter (Transworld)
Struck by Genius by Jason Padgett (Headline)
Who is Tom Ditto? by Danny Wallace (Ebury)

Masks by Karen Chance

Pandemonium: The Rite of Spring by various

Showcase Sunday is hosted by Books, Biscuits & Tea.


  1. Nice haul! I have been looking at Baxter and Pratchett at the London book fair but passed, will got for them some other time. I actually just posted a recap. ;)
    Struck by Genius looks like a great read as well.
    I hope you enjoy all of these!

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  2. Ohhh Baxter was at LBF! I didn't realise I had the first book in their series until that interview. You have so many great looking books this week - especially Prisoner of Night and Fog! Enjoy, Ellie :) xx

  3. quite a few people have Prisoner of the Fog this week. I have read some great reviews for it.

    great haul , my dear. Huge fan of the spines this week! :)

    Thanks for stopping by! :) xxx

    Alex @ The Shelf Diaries

  4. I'm looking forward to Prisoner of Night and Fog. Sounds great!
    Great looking haul. Hope you enjoy all your new reads.
    Happy reading!
    My SS

  5. ooh new Danny Wallace :)

  6. Oh, yay! I didn't know there was a new Danny Wallace on the horizon either! I hope it'll come out here in the States. I may have to order it from the UK anyway :)

  7. I love the sound of Prisoner of Night and Fog! Hope you enjoy it. :)

  8. Not read any of these but look forward to your reviews as always, see how many will end up on my wish list :D


  9. I feel guilt and relief since I gave up on Karen Chance, Ellie :) Hope you enjoy all your books and especially Masks. Have a lovely week!

    1. You shouldn't feel guilty about it, just gives you more time for other books! There's plenty of series I have given up on, though sometimes it's sad to get bored before some kind of conclusion.


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