*throws self a party with CONFETTI*
*party = sitting in room with all the books and all the TV Shows*
And so, I BOUGHT MYSELF A LOT OF BOOKS. AND OTHER THINGS. Not to mention REVIEW COPIES!
And now I might be broke, but WHO CARES, RIGHT? Welcome to my Stacking The Shelves:
From Bloomsbury India:
1. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah Maas:
I HAVE READ THIS AND I HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE. I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHAT TO THINK.
GOD SAVE MY SOUL.
2. Urban Outlaws: Counterstrike:
This was a part of my surprise mail and Bloomsbury is AWESOME like this! I love love love unexpected parcels and I can't wait to give this one a try.
1. All We Have Left by Wendy Mills: (Thanks Bloomsbury USA)
Apart from the gorgeous cover, this is about a boy and a girl that met in the Twin Towers in 9/11, and the brother's sister. This is haunting and gorgeous and I can't wait to begin.
2. Unnatural Deeds by Cyn Balog: (Thanks Sourcebook Fire)
A BAD BOY? SIGN ME UP, THANKS VERY MUCH!
3. Fate of Flames by Sara Raughley: (Thanks Simon and Schuester!)
An elemental team that can't function together anymore? YAY!
4. The Movie Version by Emma Wunsch (Thanks ABRAMS Kids!)
Pitched as a brother/sister book for fans of Jandy Nelson, I'M SO EXCITED FOR THIS ONE!
5. Secrets, Lies and Scandal by Amanda K Morgan (Thanks Simon and Schuester!)
Pitched as a book berfect for fans of How To Get Away With Murder, I didn't read much else. I got approved for this as a part of the FFBC Blog Tour!
6. Poppy by Mary Hooper (Thanks Bloomsbury USA!)
A World War One Setting, where a girl volunteers as a nurse and learns about the world. YES, PLEASE!
From Guardian Children's Books:
I should probably mention that I've been reviewing here for three years and now that they're closing down, it feels like a huge part of me has gone away. I have loved writing for them, not to mention the super cool ARC's I happen to receive from time to time. But seriously, a HUGE salute to them, and everything they do for Children and Children's Books.
1. Passenger by Alexandra Bracken:
FINALLY! I was so happy this was releasing in India, but I got the opportunity to read an ARC, and now my life is made!
2. Riverkeep by Martin Stewart:
THIS WAS A COVER REQUEST. I ADMIT IT. Also, there is magic?
1. Liars Inc by Paula Stokes
2. The Mirror King by Jodi Meadows
3. The Star Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi
4. Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Anie Kauffman
5. The Invasion of the Tearling by Erika Johansen
6. We Are All Made of Molecules by Susie Neilson
7. The Crown by Keira Cass
8. Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen
9. Dreamland by Sarah Dessen
10. Hidden Huntress by Danielle Jensen
11. Warrior Witch by Danielle Jensen
12. Ice Like Fire by Sara Raasch
1. Mirror In The Sky by Aditi Khorana (Thanks to the author for this GORGEOUS GORGEOUS ARC!)
What books did you get this week? Any recommendation on what I should read first?
I'm sorry I haven't been replying to your AWESOME comments, but my large Indian family was in town and I simply didn't have time. I will be getting to it ASAP!
Link me up, and I would love to check out your hauls!