AKA Showcase Sunday

Um, even taking into account two weeks’ worth of books in, this is still a pretty bad state of affairs. A whole box of books from The Works! And um, I’ve been frittering away my Amazon voucher which the water company gave me for answering a survey (easiest Β£15 I’ve ever earned). And despite being really focused on getting through my NetGalley backlog, I have clicked on a few must-reads. Not to mention the normal flow of review books. All I can say in my defense, new job is on the horizon and at least I won’t be popping in to Tesco every other day just to “look” at the books.

Don’t forget Google Reader will be gone tomorrow! In the interest of covering all bases, I have also set up a Facebook page for the blog.

For review:
The Hurleyburley’s Husband by Jean TeulΓ© (Gallic Books)
Thomas Quick: The Making of a Serial Killer by Hannes RΓ₯stam (Canongate)
The Unquiet Grave by Steven Dunne (Headline)
His Father’s Son by Tony Black (Black & White)
Fiend by Peter Stenson (William Heinemann)
The Keeper by Luke Delaney (HarperCollins)
Moon in a Dead Eye by Pascal Garnier (Gallic Books)
The Killing Game by J.A. Kerley (HarperCollins)
The Mammoth Book of Time Travel SF (Constable & Robinson)
Entwined With You by Sylvia Day (Penguin)
Let the Games Begin by NiccolΓ² Ammaniti (Canongate)
The Weight of Souls by Bryony Pearce (Strange Chemistry)
Parasite by Mira Grant (Orbit)
Dark Eden by Chris Beckett – audiobook

The Dark and Hollow Places by Carrie Ryan
Blood Red Road by Moira Young
Adorkable by Sarra Manning
The Kiss of Death by Marcus Sedgwick
Blood Red, Snow White by Marcus Sedgwick
Someone Else’s Life by Katie Dale
Two Weeks’ Notice by Rachel Caine
Night School by C.J. Daugherty
Citadel by Kate Mosse
Mr g by Alan Lightman
A Madness of Angels by Kate Griffin
The Good, the Bad and the Undead by Kim Harrison
Blink of an Eye by Cath Staincliffe

Rabid by Bill Wasik + Monica Murphy (The Book Garden)

The State of Me by Nasim Marie Jafry

I also have had a bit of a t-shirt binge…I won’t share them all, but this one’s got books on it:

Showcase Sunday is hosted by Books, Biscuits & Tea.