Tuesday, July 14, 2015

My Ten Most Recently Acquired Books

We're back today with another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by The Broke and the Bookish's. Today's topic is Ten Recently Acquired Books. I couldn't pass up this one. These books come from a variety of sources: the library (both physically and digitally), Audible, NetGalley, and Edelweiss.

From the Library

P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han: Jenny Han's book is the only one on this list that I've already completed. This sequel was definitely on my "must-read" list for the year.

More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera: Hey, remember last week's Top Ten Tuesday? Well, I finally got this book from the library. I'm only about two chapters in.

Uprooted by Naomi Novik: I checked this book out through the library's digital audio book collection. I'm in the middle of it right now.

From Audible

Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas: I'm listening to the entire Throne of Glass series. I love the reader, but my library does have any of these books available on audio. Enter Audible. They have everything.

The Disappearing Spoon by Sam Kean: This is the book club pick for the month. It's about the history of the Periodic Table of Elements. At times I feel like I'm in over my head as I listen to it, but I'm still enjoying it.

Review Copies

Vengeance Road by Erin Bowman: I just got this book yesterday. I'm looking forward to including it in a wild west roundup. (Out in September)

This is Where it Ends by Marieke Nijkamp: I snagged this book on a NetGalley special today. It's sure to be an intense read, as it's about a shooter in a high school. (Out in January)

The Wanderers by Kate Ormand: This book combines circus life with shape shifters. I'm imagining a whole circus-themed post around this one. (Out in September)

Drowning is Inevitable by Shalanda Stanley: I don't say this often, but the cover of this book is what really drew me. I love that script. This is Shalanda Stanley's debut novel, and I'm eager to read it. (Out in September)

A Curious Beginning by Deanna Raybourn: I love Deanna Raybourn's Lady Julia series, so I was really pumped when I got a review copy of this first book in her new Veronica Speedwell series. It's set in London in 1887. (Out in September)

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