Mogsy’s Book Haul

Be My Enemy and Empress of the Sun – This was a pretty awesome week thanks to Jo Fletcher Books, starting with number 2 and 3 of the Everness series. I’ve heard so many good things about it that I quickly caught up with the first book Planesrunner at end of last year just in time to tackle these books. Be My Enemy was as amazing as I thought it would be, and I’m looking forward to start Empress of the Sun very soon!

Cemetery Girl – the first graphic novel published by JFB and it’s a pleasure to be able to check this one out!

The Scarlet Tides – last year I also read Mage’s Blood and loved it. Much thanks to JFB as well as Pat from A Bitter Draft for passing along his extra copy of the sequel, because you have no idea how badly I want to find out what happens in this series next.

Netherworld – a book I received from the small press JournalStone via a giveaway. It looked very interesting from its description of a paranormal historical featuring a nineteenth-century female demon hunter.

Red Delicious Blood Oranges was one of the first reviews I wrote for this blog when we revived it again last year, and how time flies because the sequel is about to come out already! I absolutely adored the first book and I have a feeling this one will be just as incredible. The main protagonist of this series Siobhan Quinn is such a riot.

Iron Night – I already an ARC of this but I had to get the retail copy to complete my collection. And why not, this is such a brilliant series and I can’t remember the last time I was this excited over an urban fantasy! Iron Night just came out this week, so go get it!

Siege and Storm there was a flurry of audiobook sales recently, including an Audible 2-for-1 credit deal which I took advantage of. I haven’t even started Shadow and Bone yet, but I will soon because it’s one of the books on my winter reading list and I figured having the sequel on hand will be a good idea.

Necessary Evil – the second audiobook also happens to be a sequel, the third book of the Milkweed Triptych. I’m finally all set to finish this trilogy by Ian Tregillis; I enjoyed the first and second books and I hear the third one ends with a bang and is the best one of all.

Crux yet another sequel! I listened to the audiobook of Nexus last month and really liked it. Hopefully I’ll have a review of it up soon. I saw both books on sale as a Kindle daily deal last week and took that opportunity to grab the Whispersync bundle of Crux for a few bucks.

Silence – I’m thinking of doing a YA reading challenge for 2014 and this one has been on my reading list for a while. Needless to say, when I saw it as a daily audiobook deal one day, I quickly snapped it up.

The Waking Engine – the only ebook ARC in my haul this time. I was so proud of myself this holiday season when I brought my NetGalley stats to over 90% but I’m sure that number will be destroyed again in the new year. Sure enough, here I start requesting again. But The Waking Engine, it just looks so good! They…they all do…

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