Week In Review

January 11 – 17

Hello! What another busy book week it’s been! I finally redeemed a bunch of my Chapters-Indigo Plum Points and used them to get a bunch of books:
20160113_0704162.jpg.jpegNearly Gone, by Elle Cosimano;

The Magicians Trilogy, by Lev Grossman;

The Luckiest Girl Alive, by Jessica Knoll;

17 & Gone, by Nova Ren Suma;

Imaginary Girls, by Nova Ren Suma;

Miss Mayhem, by Rachel Hawkins; and

Truthwitch, by Susan Dennard.

I also borrowed a couple of books from the library that I’m excited to read: All In, by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, and the graphic novel Rat Queens, Volume 1, by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch.

AND I received a few e-galleys via Edelweiss (big thank you to the publishers):

The Geek’s Guide to Unrequited Love, by Sarvenaz Tash;

Sword and Verse, by Kathy MacMillan;

The Girl from Everywhere, by Heidi Heilig;

Symptoms of Being Human, by Jeff Garvin; and

Pax, by Sara Pennypacker and Jon Klassen.

Last week I finished readingĀ Wytches, Vol. 1, by Scott Snyder, but I haven’t finished anything else. I’m about 80% finished readingĀ Passenger by Alexandra Bracken, and am liking it but not loving it. I’ve also started reading Michael Grant’s Front Lines, and while I’m not very far into that one yet, I’m really liking it.

I’ve also started to read Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, by Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik.

The blog was busy last week! I had reviews of E.E. Cooper’s Vanished and Dawn Klehr’s If You Wrong Us; I shared my Waiting on Wednesday pick; and I had two Project SPN Rewatch posts (Croatoan and Hunted).

Coming up this week, I’ll have some more Supernatural posts, my review of Confess by Colleen Hoover, and if I can finish Passenger and write a review in time, that will be posted too!

Now to read and hopefully finish Passenger while enjoying some coffee on this snowy Sunday!

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