Welcome to Over-Booked, my twice-monthly book haul post. I’m linking up with Stacking the Shelves over at Tynga’s Reviews and The Sunday Post at the Caffeinated Book Reviewer. Check out their links and you can see other book hauls!
A nice, under control book haul this week! I did get a few new titles for review, but my obsessive searching on Edelweiss and NetGalley has been tamed, luckily:-D
The Hanged Man (Her Majesty’s Psychic Service #1) by P.N. Elrod. Surprise book from Tor! Big thanks to Tor for this unexpected arrival. I don’t know much about this book, except that it’s a Victorian gaslamp story. I’m hoping to squeeze it in this month:-)
Cash Crash Jubilee: Book One of the Jubilee Cycle by Eli K.P. William. Another unexpected book, but one I’ve had my eye on. How can you resist this fabulous cover?? Plus it takes place in a future Tokyo, one of my favorite cities. The publisher is calling this a “cyber dystopian thriller.” Big thanks to the folks at Talos Press!
Hexed: The Sisters of Witchdown by Michael Alan Nelson. Big thanks to Pyr Books, this finished copy showed up unexpectedly last week. It’s another book I’ve had my eye on, and I believe it’s a novel based on a graphic novel series. Can’t wait to read it!
The Chart of Tomorrows (Gaunt and Bone #3) by Chris Willrich. Requested from Pyr Books, thank you! I’ve loved this series so far, and I’m excited to be able to read the third (and final?) book. This is a July release, so I’ll be adding it to my June stack.
And that’s all for now:-D I just posted What’s On My Plate for May, and it looks like I’ll be adding a few of these titles to my list this month. Look for reviews of Cash Crash Jubilee and Hexed for sure. Link me up to your book haul posts!