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Received for Review
- Scarlet by A.C. Gaughen | Goodreads
Thank you to Bloomsbury for this one. I love retellings and a book focused on Robin Hood sounds wonderful.
- Delirium by Lauren Oliver | Goodreads
- The Truth About Celia Frost by Paula Rawsthorne | Goodreads
- Rise of the Wolf by Curtis Jobling | Goodreads
- The Story of Cirrus Flux by Matthew Skelton | Goodreads
- Wreckers by Julie Hearn | Goodreads
- The Haunting of Tabitha Grey by Vanessa Curtis | Goodreads
- To Be A Cat by Matt Haig | Goodreads
These were my winnings from Midnight Reads 1 year blogoversary giveaway! I was allowed to choose 7 from a pile and these appealed to me most. I had to choose Delirium despite already owning a copy because I absolutely despise the cover I already have on my shelf and this one is quite lovely! Thank you Midnight Reads ladies.
Received for Review
- Socialpunk by Monica Leonelle | Goodreads (from author)
- Up Jumps The Devil by Michael Poore | Goodreads (Edelweiss)
- Child of Destiny by George H. Elder | Goodreads (Novel Publicity)
- Kingdom by Anderson O’Donnell | Goodreads (from author)
Expect to see blog tour posts soon for Socialpunk and Child of Destiny. Up Jumps The Devil was a result of me testing Edelweiss (very similar to NetGalley if you haven’t heard about it yet) and I’d actually really like to read this one soon, it sounds awesome. Kingdom I will be arranging a blog tour for very soon, so if you’re interested in the idea of a biopunk sci-fi (adult) then please get in touch! We have some big plans for this tour.
- Beautiful Demons by Sarra Cannon | Goodreads
- Anathema by K.A. Tucker | Goodreads
- Sela by Jackie Gamber | Goodreads
The first two I found were free on my Kindle wishlist in the past week so I had to snap those up and Sela was free for a couple of days courtesy of Seventh Star Press.
What did you get this week? Have you read any of these?