This weeks Pile of Shame is slightly different. It’s all about ebooks!
And I can’t take a picture of the pile so I took a picture of the Bluefire App on my phone. Luckily, you can just see all the books…except for one…more on that one at the end.
From Netgalley we have Lost Voices by Sarah Porter, and Dark Parties by Sara Grant. One about that seems to be about a girl faced to force who own dark side after undergoing an astonishing transformation and the other a dystopian story that I don’t know too much about. Teenagers plot against a corrupt government. I love everything dystopia so, I’m looking forward to that one.
From Simon and Schuster Galley Grab we The Poison Eaters and Red Glove by Holly Black. The Day Before by Lisa Schroeder. And Kat, Incorrigible by Stephanie Burgis. The Poison Eaters is, I believe, a collection of short stories by Holly Black all featuring deadly, yet beautiful creatures. And Red Glove is the sequel to the amazing White Cat. Christine’s review of Kat Incorrigible made it sound super cute and I’m really excited to read that one. I believe you can still enter to win the ARC. And…I have absolutely no idea what The Day Before is about. I just really liked the cover.
Hrmmm, according to Goodreads it’s a contemporary, romance with a dark side. Sounds good!
I’m really excited for all of these but what I was most excited about was another book from Netgalley.
The Goddess Test by Aimée Carter. I was so, so, so, so, so, excited about this book. Look at this cover! Isn’t gorgeous???
And the plot sounds so heartbreaking and wonderful! A young girl trying desperately to save her dying mother? The possiblility of immortality or death? So good. I NEEDED this book. When it went up on Netgalley, I snatched it up so fast. At this very moment I’m just over half done, and despite being completely different from what I had in my head previously, it is fantastic! I’ll post a proper review when I’m done of course, but, be on the look out for this one. It comes out in April, and you’re going to love it. Believe me.
Now, I’m drawing such attention to this one for a reason. Somehow, the amazingly nice and wonderful author, Aimée Carter has gone under the radar. We need to get the word out about her amazing book.
So, here’s all the links you need.
Aimée on Facebook (Click the “like” button)
Aimèe on Twitter (Follow her)
Aimèe’s Website (Love it)
The Goddess Test on Goodreads (Add it to your shelves)
And, on April 19th, follow my lead and pick up a copy from your nearest convenient bookstore. You wont regret it.
So, what’s in Your Pile of Shame?