14 October 2016

8 Books for October; or What's on My eReader

Just a couple more days and my current crazy work schedule will settle down to what passes for normal around here. In the meantime I can dream of reading these October books that currently live on my eReader.

  • 8 Books for October; or What's on My eReaderBe Good, Be Real Crazy by Chelsey Philpot: A road trip novel involving a young girl and two brothers. A story of friendship, first love, and self-discovery. (HarperTeen, 9780062293725)
  • The Rift: Uprising by Amy S. Foster: Speculative fiction meets thriller in a story about a military-trained young woman who begins to ask whether the enemy is really all that bad. (Harper Voyager, 9780062443120)
  • Spare and Found Parts by Sarah Maria Griffin: In a post-epidemic world in which humans are damaged goods, a lonely young girl sets out to build herself a companion using biotechnology. (Greewillow, 9780062408884)
  • We Know It Was You by Maggie Thrash: The tagline sold me: "Twin Peaks meets Pretty Little Liars." A strange mystery surrounding an apparent suicide. (Simon Pulse, 978148146200)
  • 8 Books for October; or What's on My eReaderBlood, Bullets, Bones by Bridget Heos: The science of forensics throughout history, but focused on modern technology. Illustrated and using examples from real crimes. (Balzer + Bray. 9780062387622)
  • Winter Storms by Elin Hilderbrand: The queen of the beach read concludes her popular winter holiday trilogy. Perfect escape reading to warm up your evenings. (Little, Brown, 9780316261173)
  • A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray: Set in 1906 Europe, a proper young woman accompanies her handsome employer in search of a missing duke. A new series by none other than Beatriz Williams. (Berkley, 9780425277072)
  • The Starlit Wood edited by Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe: A collection of reimagined and new fairy tales by a host of familiar authors. Super black and white illustrations. (Saga Press, 9781481456128)


bermudaonion 10/14/16, 8:39 AM  

I know you'll be happy to get back to your regular crazy. It looks like you have a lot of good books waiting for you.

Melissas Eclectic Bookshelf 10/14/16, 4:32 PM  

Looks like a good line up!We Know It Was You & Winter Storms especially!

Iliana 10/14/16, 7:54 PM  

Oh you've got some very interesting reads waiting for you on your eReader. I am curious about A Most Extraordinary Pursuit. Looks like my kind of mystery read.

Tina Porubsky 10/14/16, 9:04 PM  

Blood, Bullets and Bones looks interesting. Thanks for the information.

JoAnn 10/15/16, 8:17 AM  

I'm sure you'll welcome the return to normal! Nice to see Beatriz Williams with a new series... I'll have to check it out.

Daryl 10/17/16, 8:27 AM  

unfamiliar with Beatriz Williams, so off to Google .. i am however really enjoying The Fifth Season via Audible .. took me a bit to get used to listening .. sort of like meditation .. you must clear your mind and not let it wander

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