|This week's IMM features a blurry picture of my haul!|
Rosebush by Michele Jaffe - this was on my PaperBackSwap wish list for awhile, but now it's finally mine! Muhaha! The plot is what drove me to request this one; Jane wakes up paralyzed in a rosebush and can't figure out how she got there. Her friends claim hit and run, but she thinks it's something more sinister. I'm willing to bet Jane is right, otherwise this book is going to be super dull.
Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols - got this through Southern ARC Tours! I started it a couple days ago and it's got a really unique plot (teenage girl flying airplanes, what?) but said plot is dragging a tiny bit. I'll let you know when I review it next week.
Fathomless by Jackson Pearce - wouldn't you know, two Southern ARC Tour books in a week. I am super duper excited to read this because I loved Pearce's first two retellings (Sisters Red and Sweetly) and I'm betting Fathomless is going to rock my socks off just as much.
Eve & Adam by Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant - I tried to get this one through Edelweiss, but they were all like, "You have to have the secret BEA code," and I was all, "Noooo, I didn't go to BEA!" Happily for me, the ARC showed up in my mail box this week. Thanks Macmillan/Feiwel & Friends, you get to be my new BFF.
The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron - Go to Goodreads and check this one out. Ouuuu, pretty cover. And this book sounds like it's going to have lots of steampunk-y goodness in it. Bonus points: the book description on Goodreads mentions asylums and there's almost nothing I love more in books than asylums. Thanks Scholastic, you get to be my new BFF! (Shh, don't tell Macmillan!)
The Map of the Sky by Felix J. Palma - more steampunk-y goodness and another gorgeous cover. Thanks so much, Atria Galley Alley, I was happy to participate this year.