How is it that on the first official day of spring, the weather decided to take a nose-dive? Now it's yucky and gross and cold again (well, for Texas). Guess you know what I'll be doing all weekend! Especially with all these new goodies! =)
|physical copies - look at all the shiny!|
Look at all of those awesome covers!!!!
Dead Silence by Kimberly Derting - look for my review & a giveway as part of the Dead Silence Blog Tour on April 4th!
Loki's Wolves by Kelly Armstrong & Melissa Marr - sounds like a fun middle-grade novel, plus Norse mythology, yay!
Thin Space by Jody Casella - righting the wrongs of the living...and the dead...color me intrigued
The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson - this should need no explanation as it is one of my favorite fantasy series ever. HECTOR!!!
Not a Drop to Drink by Mindy McGinnis - this one sounds eerie but also a bit like times before the country was settled & I'm really looking forward to it, plus the cover gave me a Wizard of Oz vibe, so you know I'm all over that. :)
The Burning Sky by Shelly Thomas - MAGIC!!! Yes, please!
The Chaos of Stars by Kiersten White - I have been suckered by the cover. This is White's last chance to impress me. Shouldn't be too hard with Egyptian mythology, but that's what I thought about sister assassins, too.
Some Quiet Place by Kelsey Sutton - such a pretty cover and emotions manifested as people? Sounds awesome!
Thanks to Simon & Schuster, Little, Brown, HarperCollins, Flux, Edelweiss & Netgalley for the review copies!
Clockwork Princess by Cassandra Clare - audio & hardcover -- WHAT? I needed to see that family tree for myself! But I just couldn't wait to start so I got the audio, too. :P
Requiem by Lauren Oliver - Now I can read that Alex chapter!!!
With All My Soul by Rachel Vincent - Time to say goodbye to yet another group of characters I've grown to love over the years. Even Sabine and Sophie. =)
So, that's my haul. What did you get this week?
Reviews of Easy (audio), Clockwork Princess, With All My Soul, Going Vintage & Undone (SSS)
I'll be seeing The Host with my sister on Friday before I head out of town to see the other sister in Austin, so look for my review of the movie soon. I loved Saoirse in Hanna, so I have some pretty high expectations for this adaptation. ;0)
I'm also participating in the Fool for Books Giveaway Hop, so stay tuned for that.