I didn't do an IMM post last week as I only had one book to show off, so this is two weeks worth of books. I did alright for books this week.
- Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber. (Goodreads). This was the one book I got last week. I read it already, and it's so cool, with high speed car chases, shoot-outs, and not your average prom night experience! (Review coming soon).
Thanks to UK Book Tours and Electric Monkey for the advance copy of this book, due to be published in the UK in March (it is already out in America I believe).
From the Library:
- Everneath by Brodi Ashton. (Goodreads). I'm so excited to finally get to read this one, I've read so many amazing things about it. This is a new and modernised retelling of the Greek myth of Hades and Persephone.
- If I Die by Rachel Vincent. (Goodreads). Yay! This is book 5 in the Soul Screamers series about Kaylee and Nash, two high school age banshees and their battles with the underworld. Love this series!
- Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi. (Goodreads). I feel like I've been waiting for this book forever, although actually it's only been a few months since I first read about it and decided that I NEEDED to read it. Now it's finally come in, so yay! This is a new dysopian novel.
Someone at work was having a clear out, and brought in a couple of massive boxes of books for us to just help ourselves. I dug in and left with two bags full! Some of them I have already read from the library, but I love owning books I love so I can re-read them, and some of them I got just to add to my swapping pile on Read it, Swap it. Here are two that I haven't read yet that look good.
- Strings Attached by Judy Blundell. (Goodreads). I read What I Saw, and How I Lied by this author a while back and liked it, so I'm going to give this one a go as well. According to the back of the book it is a "tale of a sixteen-year-old girl caught in a mix of love, mystery, Broadway glamour, and Mob retribution in 1950 New York."
- Raising Demons by Rachel Hawkins. (Goodreads). This is book 2 in the Hex Hall series. Hex Hall is one of those books that I really want to read. I've borrowed it twice now from the library, renewed it time and time again, never gotten around to reading it, and eventually have had to return it. One day I will borrow it again and actually read it!
That was all the amazing books I got this past fortnight. Can't wait to get stuck into reading them. Have you read of these? What did you think of them?
What books did you get this week?