Showcase Sunday is a weekly event hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea.
I haven't done one of these posts in a while, mostly because I've been trying to keep my review copies to a minimum. I apologize to my friends for visiting and commenting late these past two weeks. I'm hoping things will calm down a bit soon.
Here are some of the books I've received:
Do you guys remember how much I loved The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell? It's one of my favorite books of all time, and now I finally have the sequel, Exit Kingdom. I've been reading it very slowly, savoring every word so be ready for a very enthusiastic review once I'm done.
Thanks to the lovely people at Scholastic UK, I was lucky enough to read and review The Raven Boys pretty early. But even before that, I ordered a signed and doodled in copy from Fountain Bookstore. Here's what it looks like inside:
I am very OC about having complete series on my shelves, and so far, I've been missing Unholy Magic by Stacia Kane. A Kindle edition simply isn't enough for one of my favorite series in the world. Now I can hug this beauty whenever I feel like it. If you still haven't met Chess Putnam, you should, and soon.
Endgame is the last installment in Ann Aguirre's Sirantha Jax series. It is one of the most beautiful, satisfying conclusions I've ever read. I actually proofread this baby and I'm in the acknowledgements, so if you want to know my full name, go out and grab a copy. :)
Remember how I always say that I've read everything Ann Aguirre published under her own name? Well, it's true, but it's about time I read her other books as well. She was kind enough to send me Skin Tight, a paranormal romance she published as Ava Gray. Even though PNR is not really my genre, Ann writes romance so well that I'm confident I'll enjoy it. I'll let you guys know. Here's what was inside:
I heart you right back, Ms Ann!
Some of my new ebooks:
Moonshifted by Cassie Alexander
Through To You by Emily Hainsworth
All the Broken Pieces by Cindi Madsen
Prey by Tim Marquitz
Necromancing the Stone by Lish McBride
Laid Open by Lauren Dane
As always, my warmest thanks to Pan Macmillan, St. Martin's Press, Ann Aguirre, Entangled Teen and Tim Marquitz.
And that's all for this week. What did you guys get? Leave me a link and I'll visit right away.