As April’s world is shattered by an anomalous disease and her eventual death, April regains consciousness in a mesmerisingly magical world, which is strangely familiar.
I have so many books in my To Be Read stacks but these are the top ten books that I meant to read in 2020.
Siri, Who Am I? by Sam Tshida is an amnesia trope mystery with a madcap side of romance and a big helping of zaniness.
Nathan, emotionally scarred after three tours in Afghanistan, lives alone in Manhattan until New Year’s
Eve, when he meets Lara. The next morning, he notices something strange is going on – a terrified kid is being pursued by his father, and a girl, Sally, pleads with Nathan to hide her from her parents. There is
no internet, no television, no phone coverage.
Across the Green Grass Fields is an unabashed love letter to the horse mad. It’s a standalone entry in The Wayward Children series.
You Have a Match by Emma Lord Published by Wednesday Books on January 12, 2021 Genres: Fiction Pages: 320 Format: ARC Goodreads I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. About You Have a Match Super […]
Between going bonkers clicking the request button for ARCs on NetGalley plus my book haul over the holidays, the library loot is a small haul this week. But all things I’ve been looking forward to for awhile!
Dellaria Wells is a low-class con artist, petty thief, and fire witch. Perpetually behind on her rent as she’s working on some grift or another, her landlady lays down the law. Pay up or suffer an outbreak of pus-filled boils all over her body.
Set in the city-state of Alu, the lugal – the ruler – lies dying. That means that three gravemaidens must be chosen to accompany him into the afterlife as his queens. Seen as a great honor, many seek to be chosen but Kammani is horrified by the ritual murder.
So many amazing sounding books are coming out in 2021! My TBR list is growing every time I open the Goodreads app. I’ve picked some of my most anticipated books to share with you. Of course, I know that as soon as I hit publish on this post, I’m going to be adding a dozen more books. But what a fabulous problem to have, right?