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Reviews will go up as I get to the books. In the meantime click bookcovers or titles to read more. Don’t forget to check out author sites too.
Thanks to Harper Collins for a review copy. This novel sounded interesting to me and the fact it is set in my childhood hometown makes it even more enticing to me. I always enjoy seeing how authors portray familiar places in their fiction. (ISBN#9780061974298, 320pp, $25.99)
Thanks to Tyndale House for a review copy. (ISBN#9781414325996, 256pp, $6.99)
Thanks to Bethany House for a review copy. Many of my favorite historical authors are published by Bethany House. I look forward to my first taste of this author. (ISBN#9780764203916, 384pp, $14.99)
Midnight Alley & Feast of Fools (Morganville Vampires #2) by Rachel Caine
NAL Trade (September 28, 2010)
This was a purchase I look forward to rediscovering somewhere in my TBR down the road one day. (ISBN#9780451232892, 464pp, $9.99)
When Lightning Strikes & Code Name Cassandra (Vanished #1) (1-800-Where-R-You #1 & #2) by Jenny Carroll (Meg Cabot)
Simon Pulse (September 7, 2010)
This was a purchase I look forward to rediscovering somewhere in my TBR down the road one day. I enjoyed Disney’s movies based on Cabot’s Princess Diaries books so am hoping this series will prove intriguing and enjoyable. (ISBN#9781442406292, 560pp, $9.99)
I also purchased a copy of Starlighter by Bryan Davis as I passed my review copy on to another reviewer so they could participate in a scheduled tour occurring after I had already read it and written a review. I just couldn’t stand having that empty spot in my “library” I enjoy this particular author so much.