Tynga's Reviews to showcase all the books we got in the past week. Those can be bought, won, gifted, for review, borrowed, print or ebooks... no matter, just share what you got :)
Since I couldn't do a book haul post last week because of my computer problems and sudden escape to Italy, this is two week's worth of books. I'm really happy about all of them ^^
For review / tour
Dirty Little Secret, by Jennifer Echols
Unhinged (chapter sampler), by A.G. Howard
I've never read a Jennifer Echols book before so I'm really excited to be on the tour! As for Unhinged, the wait is pure torture so when that sampler popped up on Netgalley, I had to have it!
Won in ebook format at Armchair BEA
Follow the White Rabbit, by Kellie Sheridan
Window, by T.M. Franklin
I was really surprised when I saw my name in the list of the winners! But I've been curious about Follow the White Rabbit ever since the cover reveal - I'm just a sucker for Alice retellings ^^
Bought in print
Phoenix, by Elizabeth Richards
Notes from the Blender, by Trith Cook and Brendan Halpin
I loved Black City and needed Phoenix asap! I'm reading it like now and really liking where it's headed.
Notes from the Blender is a book I'd won as an ebook already, but I just needed a print version. The paperback is out now so you can get it cheap - it's worth it for that beautiful cover alone! But the story is one of the best and funniest contemporaries I've ever read! You really should check it out :)
Bought as ebooks when they were cheap on Amazon
Savour You, by Emily Snow
The Collector, by Victoria Scott
Infinity, by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Unmaking Hunter Kennedy, by Anne Eliot
Some Girls Are, by Courtney Summers
Article 5, by Kristen Simmons
I've never read a Sherrilyn Kenyon book but I've been intrigued with the premise of Infinity for a while! I love reading guy-POV books every now and again. Plus, demon-hunters!
Everyone went nuts over The Collector. I'd planned to get the paperback but I couldn't resist it when it was that cheap. Savour You was only 99c when I got it last night. It's Kylie's story, and I really liked her character in Devoured. Article 5 is another one I was really interested in when it came out last year but I somehow never got round to it. I'm only now warming up to dystopians... that most people are getting sick of them :P Wonky timing.
Some Girls Are sounds like a gritty contemporary revenge story, and I can't resist those. And Unmaking Hunter Kennedy is for when I'm in the mood for a typical summer read :)
Also, if you're interested in a post on cover design and stock art I did yesterday, you can check it out here.
Alrighty, that's it from me! Which ones of them have you read or are you excited to read? And what landed on your doormat this past week?