Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by the wonderful Vicky at Books, Biscuits & Tea, where we will show off the books and eBooks we received each week.
Physical BooksRequiem by Lauren Oliver
(Also had Delirium & Pandemonium signed)
The Girl with the Iron Touch by Kady Cross
The Eternity Cure by Julie Kagawa
The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
Spellcaster by Cara Lynn Shultz
Ink by Amanda Sun
Love is a Thief by Claire Garber
Speechless by Hannah Harrington
Dare You To by Katie McGarry
The Deepest Night by Shana Abe:
This is the second book to The Sweetest Dark, which in all honesty, I am yet to read. But this one popped up on NetGalley in the week and I thought I'd try my luck and request it - and I got accepted. Fingers crossed I like both of them!
Zenn Scarlett by Christian Schoon:
I LOVE Science Fiction, so I have very high hopes for this one. Again this is another that I was accepted for by the publisher on NetGalley.
Icons by Margaret Stohl:
I finished Beautiful Creatures just over a week ago and I really enjoyed it, so when I saw this up on NetGalley, I leapt at it! I can't wait to see what the authors are like when they write on their own!
Thin Space by Jody Casella:
If I'm honest, I can't remember too much about this one - it just sounded good at the time, and it's another NetGalley acceptance.
Dear Cassie by Lisa Burstein:
Again, I can't remember much about this one, other than I thought it sounded like it might be pretty moving. Another acceptance from NetGalley.
The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce:
This is the only eBook that I bought this week, and it's one that I've been unsure of for a while now, but I decided to finally go for it. It's an adult novel, so this is something a bit different for me at the moment, and I've heard nothing but good things about it, so I'm hoping I feel the same way as everyone else!
The Boys of Summer by C.J Duggan:
I received this one for review from the author, and it's definitely something I'm really excited about! I started reading it on my Kindle in my lunch break at work, and although I'm only 3% of the way through it, I'm enjoying it immediately!! Fingers crossed it carries on in the same way as it's started.