I know this is a massive pile of books, but I haven’t done an update in nearly two months and I feel like I had been rationing myself for so long. So yeah, I may have said yes to a lot of review requests! It’s been really frustrating not having the time/mindset to read and blog lately, so I’m looking forward to getting back into the swing of things, and I’ve been sent some pretty awesome sounding books to do that with.
I have already read a few of these too, keep an eye out for reviews of London Belongs to Us and Imprudence (I also have a Q+A with Gail and a giveaway coming up) soon. Out of the rest I’m most excited about The Race and Replica. Hunters & Collectors seems like something a bit different and both The Wolf Road and Good Morning, Midnight sound right up my street when it comes to isolation and survival in the wilderness.
My interest was also piqued by the #ReadWithoutPrejudice book. The idea is to read it without knowing the title, author or cover, or really that much of a description. I do judge, and dismiss, a lot of the unsolicited books I get, so I like the idea of this. I think it is back on NetGalley now if you want to join in.
Please let me know if you’ve read any of these or what you’re most excited for!
The Wolf Road by Beth Lewis (The Borough Press)
Hunters & Collectors by M. Suddain (Jonathan Cape)
The Race by Nina Allen (Titan)
Replica by Lauren Oliver (Hodder)
Girl Detached by Manuela Salvi (The Bucket List)
Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige (Bloomsbury)
Imprudence by Gail Carriger (Orbit)
Shadow Rider by Christine Feehan (Piatkus)*
Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah (HarperCollins)*
The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena (Transworld)*
Watching Edie by Camilla Way (HarperCollins)*
London Belongs to Us by Sarra Manning (Hot Key Books)
Nothing Tastes as Good by Claire Hennessy (Hot Key Books)
The Boyfriend List by E. Lockhart (Hot Key Books)
Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton (Orion)
Can You #ReadWithoutPrejudice? by Anonymous (Hodder)
Underground Airlines by Ben H. Winters (Cornerstone)
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