I started reading Long Dark Dusk today, it feels ages since there was a new Smythe but I guess that’s just because he used to have them coming out so close together before. However the final book in this trilogy will also be out this year, so yay for not waiting arbitary times for completion! If you haven’t read Way Down Dark yet, you can grab a bargain as the ebook is currently only 99p.
I’ve had some interesting sounding unsolicited copies lately too. I’m going to make a bit more effort to read the first chapters of these (unless it’s something definitely outside my preferences) as I might be missing out on something perfect. I’ve already read Head Over Heels and it gets a big Geek Girl thumbs up from me (review coming soon).
Long Dark Dusk by J.P. Smythe (Hodder)
Head Over Heels by Holly Smale (HarperCollins)
Five Rivers Met on a Wooded Plain by Barney Norris (Doubleday)*
The Gun Room by Georgina Harding (Bloomsbury)*
The Bones of Grace by Tahmima Anam (Canongate)*
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