I thought January kicked off with a ton of great releases, but the first publication day of February blows it out of the water. I decent number of my ARCs are releasing today and I was just so overwhelmed with the shear number I had that I only made through a couple of the books.
The same way new movies come out on Thursday, Tuesdays are the day of the week that publishing companies releases new books! Each Tuesday I use my New Release Tuesday post to talk all about the books that I’m excited for that are releases on that particular Tuesday. I break these down into three categories: Read, TBR, and Wishlist. Books under the ‘Read’ section are books I received an advanced copy of and usually will have a review to accompany it. ‘TBR’ are books I have copies of, generally advanced copies, that I have yet to read but are on my list to get to. ‘Wishlist’ are books that I’m excited out that I want to purchase and are on my Amazon Wishlist!
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An atmospheric read filled with Cherokee mythology The Removed was not for me. While I was excited to read this book, it ultimately was not what I expected and lacked a firm plot, which as a plot based reader is essential for me to enjoy a story.
I listened to this one on audio and the added narrators was excellently accompanied this story of two women changed by the events of one night.
REVIEW | AMAZON
Jane Harper delivers once more with her newest book set against the backdrop of an Australian coastal town. A slow burn mystery that was also great on audio.
A comical murder mystery you didn’t know you needed in your life! The first in a new series by Elle Cosimano.
REVIEW | AMAZON
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