Sunday, 7 July 2013

Showcase Sunday #30


Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea. The aim is to showcase our newest books or book related swag and to see what everyone else received for review, borrowed from libraries, bought in bookshops and downloaded onto eReaders this week.

Hello lovelies, I hope you all had a wonderful week, the sun has been shining these last few days, I totally planned to read outside, but kept getting distracted by Wimbledon, how surprising were some of the matches? Around Wimbledon I've tried to get some reading done and for once I'm actually on top of my review pile! *fist pump*, I hope this lasts, but I've been good this week too as from my incoming books only one was a review book! So without further ado here's the pretties I received in the last two weeks.




How to Love by Katie Cotugno | A Tale of Two Centuries by Rachel Harris

Thank you  Blazer + Bray and Entangled Teen.

The Sookie Stackhouse was a series which when I first started I loved, however from around book 10 onwards this series has slowly gone downhill. However despite this I am determined (sort of) to finish this series off, I'm one of those individuals where I can't abandon a series, I need to know how things will end! And I was so happy to discover that my library had ordered Lanagan's The Bride's of Rollrock Island, they had every single book except for this, so when I saw a copy appear on their catalogue I was quick to request a copy!

Over to Rachel and her book haul!



Parasite by Mira Grant | Life in Outer Space by Melissa Keil

Thank you to Scholastic Press, Amulet Books, Little Brown Books for Young Readers, Sourcebooks Fire, Orbit, Peachtree Publishing, and Netgalley.
 



I’m overwhelmed by my books! I only wish there was time enough in the day to read all these quickly! Alexa from Collections alerted me to the steal of a deal (free!!) of Nightcreatures series, an amazing Aussie series (or so I hear). I can’t wait to pick up the second book in The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater! I’ll need to refresh my memory with the first book, because it’s little more complicated that most YA. 

If you posted a book haul this week, we'd love to know what you received, so feel free to leave us a link in the comments below!

33 comments:

  1. AAH! The Dream Thieves! The Infinite Moment of Us! both are books that i can't wait to read. I also got How to Love and I'm SO excited for it!

    awesome book haul ladies!
    - Juhina @ Maji Bookshelf

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  2. You guys all got great books this week! And good for you being on top of your review books! One day, I'll do the same!
    My STS

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  3. Jasprit, I absolutely LOVE Brides of Rollrock Island. I am SO EXCITED you're finally reading it, so YAY! :D

    Rachel, I'm so excited for The Dream Thieves and Holly Black's latest, not to mention Parasite, so I hope you enjoy all of those. I really liked Life in Outer Space, so you're in for a treat, and I'm curious to compare notes on de Pierres novels since I wasn't a huge fan.

    Great haul, ladies! :D

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  4. Parasite looks super awesome and I wanna read How to Love too! Great haul and I hope you enjoy all your books!

    -Ariella @ Secrets of Lost Words

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  5. I have seen Life in Outer Space around today quite a bit.Nice stash.My STS http://jennreneeread.blogspot.com/2013/07/stacking-shelves-45.html

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  6. Nice!! You both have some awesome books. I never did read the Sookie Sackhouse books. My sister read the first couple or so, I think, though.

    -Lauren

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  7. Broken looks good, hope you enjoy.
    Happy reading,
    Here’s my mailbox

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  8. My friend recommended me The Brides of Rollrock Island only few days ago. I can't wait to read it now, cause it sounds like a great book. Also Rachel you have The Dream Thieves *stares* I can't wait to see what you think of it! Great haul girls as always :)

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  9. Jasprit, I'm eager to hear your thoughts on How to Love, it sounds really cute!

    Rachel, I have been wanting to read Parasite and I think I'll go and download it on Netgalley as it sounds simply fantastic. AND YOU GOT THE COLDEST GIRL IN COLDTOWN. O__O *grabby hands*

    Awesome haul this week, ladies! Happy reding. <33

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  10. Oh gosh I've been getting distracted by Wimbledon too, not holding out for much reading today!

    Great haul, hope you both enjoy your books :)

    Megan xxx

    My Showcase Sunday if you'd like a look :)

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  11. How To Love's cover is gorgeous! I must read something by Rachel Harris soon. Happy reading, Jasprit!

    I'm so jealous of The Dream Thieves! I can't wait to read it because I completely adored The Raven Boys and will read anything that Maggie Stiefvater writes. Happy reading, Rachel!

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  12. EEEK! I am so excited about TCGiC! I can't wait for your review on that one, it sounds really cool. I quite enjoyed the first two books in the NC series, and am excited to read the final one. :)

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  13. Awesome hauls, guys! I adore How to Love's cover and isn't the cover of The Infinite Moment of Us simply gorgeous? I love the contrasting colours and I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the book, Rachel! Life in Outer Space seems like a quirky read too, I must check it out.

    Hope you're both having a lovely summer!

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  14. OMG! THE DREAM THIEVES!! And The Coldest Girl in Coldtown! AH! I really want to get my hands on them both! Especially The Dream Thieves.
    How to Love & Life in Outer Space both sound really good too!
    Happy reading :D

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  15. I just read Parasite! Can't wait to see what you think. The Dream Thieves! Agh! Very excited about TCGiC though I've seen some mixed reviews. Great haul!

    My Friends Are Fiction's SS

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  16. I don't even know where to start with this haul. There are so man books here I want to get for me! I'll just sit here a drool a little bit more over the pictures...

    My Haul

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  17. Omg. The Dream Thieves! SOBS. Want it so much. <3 Hope you both enjoy everything that you got this week :D Happy reading. <3

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  18. I found out about the free Angel Aria series as well.Cannot wait to read your review of that. You got quite a few amazing ARC's this week :)
    I for one want Parasite

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  19. So excited for How to Love, Dream Thieves and Coldest Girl in Coldtown!!!! Can't wait for all of those:) You guys both had amazing book weeks, color me jealous!

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  20. How to Love seems like a very sweet read! And the Tale of Two Centuries sounds very fun and fluffy! I'm looking forward reading both of them, Japrit! Hope you enjoy them too. :)

    Just read you review of Killing Sarai and am really excited to read it. Yay for the Coldest Girl in Coldtown, I'm a big fan of Holly Black's The Curse Workers so I'm looking forward with this new book from here. Have fun with all these goodies, Rachel! :)

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  21. Even I am kinda sad and happy about the Sookie stackhouse series ! Finally its ending !
    I have yet to read the last book! I have all of these books in my TBR list!
    Enjoy reading these beauties !
    Check out my Haul of the week

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  22. I have only read the first book in the Sookie Stackhouse series, but then I started watching True Blood (loved it!) and sort of forgot about continuing the series. Must get back to it :) Oh and you got How To Love too, I can't wait to start it. I hope you enjoy it, Jasprit! Coldest Girl in the Cold Town is also in my most anticipated list and I'm really looking forward to your review, Rachel. Great haul ladies!

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  23. Nice books, ladies! I'm very curious about How to Love, and wanted to take Tale of Two Centuries for review, but just can't manage. I can't wait for your reviews on all the books!

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  24. Wow! Both of you got some great ones! How to Love and The Dream Thieves are both at the top of my wishlist. Happy reading!

    -Taylor @ Reading is the Thing

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  25. Wow! You ladies received an impressive haul of books this week! I can't wait to read all your fantastic reviews :)

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  26. i am so curoius about how to love. i am hoping it is really good <3 also, i read the short story that inspired the coldest girl by holly black. it was really god, even though not really me genre. so i am def planning to pick that up (well, if my library gets it in -- assuming they will, haha)

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  27. I haven't taken the plunge and read Dead Ever After yet... figure I'll save that one for a rainy day. But oh my gosh! Dream Thieves! Really excited for that one and Coldest Girl as well. Thanks for the heads up about the Burn Bright trilogy... love those covers, will definitely be snagging those. Happy Reading girls! :)

    Bonnie @ Sweet Tidbits

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  28. How exciting was Wimbledon yesterday?! It was crazy in our house, and we could even hear people cheering all down the street! I don't blame you for getting distracted, Jasprit. ;)

    You both have some really great books! The Brides of Rollrock Island sounds fantastic and has had some wonderful reviews. I need to get around to that eventually. And Rachel! Eeee! You have The Dream Thieves AND The Infinite Moment of Us! I'm SO excited about both and can't wait to see what you think. :)

    Happy reading, you two!

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  29. Jasprit, the Wimbledon sounds fantastic! You must love the festive atmosphere. <3 I had to be content by watching the matches in my TV. ;)

    Amazing hauls this week! <3 I can't wait to read what you think of Dead Ever After. I still can't bring myself to read it! So far the reviews have not been very positive, but I hope it's better for you, Jasprit! I love the cover of The Infinite Moment of Us, so pretty! I hope the story inside is just as good as it promises. <3 I also have Life in Outer Space, so I'm going to wait for Rachel's review. :) Happy reading, lovelies! <3

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  30. Great hauls, ladies! I've heard wonderful things about The Brides of Rollrock Island and can't wait to read it myself! Definitely eager to start Holly Black's newest series as well. And oh man I wish I had heard about the Nightcreatures series deal - not that they're that expensive now or anything. I may still buy them, but I'll wait until I can read your review and see what you think of it!

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  31. a Tale of Two Centuries looks like a lot of fun! Oh so jelly that you have the new Stiefvater. I am crossing my fingers that I will get a copy! I hear ya! So many good books not enough time! Have a great week, ladies!

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  32. I loved Parasite, but I hated Dead Ever After! I'm so excited to read The Dream Thieves, I'm so jealous that you got it!!
    -Scott Reads It!

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  33. LOL @ the Sookie Stackhouse series thing--I gave up on that a few books ago and I don't know if I'll ever go back. I am seeing Margo Lanagan again on Tuesday and I STILL haven't read anything by her. I am such a failure:)

    I am curious to hear how you like Parasite, Rachel. I still have one book to go on the Newsflesh series but I really like Mira Grant's writing overall. And Alexa is so amazing to tell us about the Night Creatures series being free! <3

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