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New arrivals at Casa Reading Date:
Where the Stars Still Shine by Trish Doller – Purchased hardcover. Loved it!
Vicious by V.E. Schwab– Purchased hardcover. Also not pictured are some book trading cards I received from the author for pre-ordering the book.
Lola and the Boy next Door by Stephanie Perkins – Andrew was in Asheville, North Carolina last week and bought me a signed copy of Lola from Malaprop’s bookstore. Guess I’m collecting the new covers now!
Wildlife by Fiona Wood – The next three books I ordered from Fishpond since they are not available in the US. And Fishpond has free shipping – yay! I think this book can standalone, but there is an earlier companion book (Six Impossible Things) that I want to read first.
Hate is Such a Strong Word by Sarah Ayoub – This is about an Australian Lebanese hs senior misfit with a very strict father. Sophie meets a new boy at school who is also an outsider. There’s a culture clash that forces her to make big decisions.
Hurt by Tabitha Suzuma – I’m a big fan of the heart-wrenching Forbidden, and Suzuma’s latest book doesn’t have a US release date yet, but I managed to track it down. The book sounds intense, though the early reviews are a little iffy.
Rooftoppers by Katherine Rundell – Read by Nicola Barber. This middle grade book sounds so cute. It’s about a girl in search of her mother in Paris, who hides from the French authorities on rooftops along with other runaways. Sent for review from Simon & Schuster Audio.
Roald Dahl collection including: Revolting Rhymes and Dirty Beasts, The Twits, The Minpins, and The Magic Finger, George’s Marvelous Medicine, The Witches, Danny the Champion of the World, Fantastic Mr. Fox & Other Animal Stories, Boy Tales of Childhood, and Going Solo. Sent for review from Penguin Audio.
Sea of Shadows by Kelley Armstrong – First book in a new YA series. It’s been a while since I’ve read the Darkest Powers series so I’m interested to check out her new series.
Crash Into You by Katie McGarry– A Pushing the Limits companion book about Rachel, a wealthy prep-school girl who likes to go street racing where she meets Isaiah, the guy from the wrong side of the tracks.
Pawn by Aimee Carter – First book in a new YA dystopia series.
Afterparty by Ann Redisch Stampler – Set in Los Angeles, Afterparty sounds like a good girl gone bad story, and is about two girls in a dangerous friendship.
Yours to Keep by Serena Bell – This contemporary romance is about Ana, a woman who is living in the US with an expired visa. She’s a Spanish tutor for a handsome doctor’s son and envisions a forbidden future.
Tin Star by Cecil Castellucci – Ooh this looks good. It’s a YA sci-fi about a girl stranded on a space station with aliens. I love the tagline: Keep the aliens close. Keep the humans closer.
What exciting new books did you pick up this week? Have a good week!