Letterbox Love is a meme hosted by Lynsey of Narratively Speaking whereby book lovers can exhibit the books they received this week.
A big book haul for me this week! I went a bit mad on NetGalley so have lots of ebooks awaiting me now! But first, the library litter:
I absolutely love Robert Muchamore, so I am very pleased to have got my hands on ‘One Shot Kill‘, which is the sixth book in the Henderson’s Boys series. The series is set in WWII and acts as a prequel to his popular Cherub series.
Also ‘Perks of a Wallflower‘ by Stephen Chbosky. I have been wanting to read this ever since I fell in love with the film (see my review here). However, there was (understandably) a long waiting list at the library, but it has finally arrived! And in good condition too, which is always pleasing. Most of the library books I get are new, but I hate when other people mistreat them!
Note the pencil earrings, in celebration of my new publishing job 🙂
Now onto my ebook haul. Many thanks to NetGalley for all the titles below.
Another book all the bloggers seem to have got their hands on is ‘Dance of Shadows‘ by Yelena Black. Ditto with Kat Zhang’s ‘What’s Left of Me‘. I have only heard good things so far so I am looking forward to starting these! Thanks to Bloomsbury and Harper Collins for these.
Two books I requested for their covers are ‘Hysteria‘ by Megan Miranda and ‘What I Didn’t Say‘ by Keary Taylor. I know you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover, but these are both so enticing, for very different reasons! Thanks to Bloomsbury and Keary Taylor for the approval of these.
‘Exposure‘ by Kim Askew and Amy Helms is a modern day twist on Macbeth. I thought this would be interesting, as it is so hard nowadays to get a lot of children interested in Shakespeare, so I hope this turns out well (thanks to FSB Associates).
And finally, some news; I was autoapproved for Harper Collins UK Children’s titles on Netgalley. So as a celebration to myself I downloaded ‘The Sea of Stars‘ by Kate Maryon.
What did you receive this week? Have you read any of my books and do you think it should be at the top or the bottom of my to read pile? I’d love to hear from you!