This Week’s #sixforsunday is books that I have recently added to be TBR – with the current situation, I’ve not been getting as many books, which does give me the perfect opportunity to catch up with my new additions!
Deck of Omens by Christine Lynn Herman
I really enjoyed The Devouring Gray last year and I loved hearing Christine Lynn Herman speak during a panel at Yalc. The Devouring Gray, was so captivating and left off with plenty of questions to be answered and fall out to reconcile, I’m so excited for it’s release next month and I’m so grateful to Titan Books for sending a copy for review.
Chosen One’s by Veronica Roth
This one couldn’t be more of a fresher addition! Chosen ones came out on Tuesday but because I had elected to collect from my local Waterstones that couldn’t happen and I still don’t have it. I’m not hugely happy with the way Waterstones handled this, but finally on Friday I managed to get it back on it’s way to me. The Divergent books broke me, so I can’t wait to see what emotional ruin awaits me this time round.
I do love Christina Henry’s retelling’s, they take darkness to a whole new level. I’ve just finished Alice and wow did that take a turn that I wasn’t expecting, from the opening pages I knew it was going to be something special, I have Red Queen on its way to me and then onto Looking Glass, a collection of 4 Novella’s which came to be through Titan Books.
Beneath Black Sails
I have dropped the ball a little on this one, I was supposed to have read this already but with my reading slump over the last couple of weeks I’ve not yet got to it, I’m going to try and get that rectified next week though as I have a few days off to hopefully get plenty of reading done! I really enjoyed Clare Sager’s Counterfeit Contessa book’s so I’m excited for this Pirate outing.
V. E Schwab is one of a few authors that I can’t believe that I still haven’t read a book by. I was very lucky and won a giveaway over on IG and I managed to pick up both Vicious and Vengeful! I think I’m going to add one to my tbr for May, I’ve heard nothing but good things about her writing so I have high hopes.
A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden
A Touch of Death is a book that I know very little about, Rebecca Crunden approached me and asked me to review so I’m excited to go in blind to a book and a new to me author!