Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish that other bloggers are welcome to join in, to create Top Ten lists on varying topics. This week it’s Last Ten Books That Came Into My Possession (bought, library, review copies)
This could have been a disastrous repeat of Saturdays post, however Netgalley came through and several of my requests were accepted all at once.
by Christine Norris
This one is from Netgalley And I’m hopefully reading it next, there are two others on my list, but this one will be archived sooner so I need to read it first. It’s sort of steampunk and just sounds wonderful.
by Cara Coe
This one was recommended to me by amazon, or kindle, which is the same thing. It sounds thoroughly intruding and it has a pretty cover! It’s also, the only one not from Netgalley…
by Melanie Dickerson
Another Netgalley book. Just discovered though, that this is number 6 in a series! Hopefully it’s a semi standalone sort of thing. number SIX! This one is about Rapunzel, could you tell?
by Bradley P. Beaulieu
Yet again, Netgalley. Will you look at that cover! That’s what made me click on it you know, it looked like a good fantasy adventure. I guess I’ll find out!
by Brandon Sanderson
The last from Netgalley. I’ve yet to read any of Brandon’s work, though I own some of them already. This sounds just as compelling as all the others and I can’t wait to start it!
by Rachel Caine
I pre-ordered this back in February of this year and it literally fell into my hands Monday (yesterday) morning. I can’t wait to read this. Knowledge is always power!
by Danielle L Jensen
I have had my sights set on this sequel ever since I read book one. I loved Stolen Songbird so much. Trollus (the city under the mountain) and all the Trolls were so well developed. Fingers crossed book 2 holds the same magical properties.
by Jennifer Mathieu
This isn’t my usual type of book but there was something about that cover and the blurb that has me intrigued. I hope that it handles the religious side of the story respectfully whilst still being open minded. I do hate it when other peoples beliefs are not considered and just bashed in an attempt to prove a point.
by Sabaa Tahir
This is easily one of the most talked about books of 2015 and I just couldn’t resist any longer. This had to be mine!
by Susanna Clarke
I really should learn to check the page counter before buying some books. I have seen good reviews of both the book and the tv series so I thought Why Not?! But when it arrived I was a little surprised by the sizable tombstone I had received. I may need a good week or so to read this at 1,024 pages.