Vision in Silver by Anne Bishop | The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkowski | Mosquitoland by David Arnold | Night Play by Sherrilyn Kenyon | The Collector by Nora Roberts | Confess by Colleen Hoover | We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamada Ngozi Adichie
I always do this.
I preorder a book, but on the day of its release, I’m encumbered by impatience. So I end up going to my bookstore and picking up a copy anyway. And that, my friends, is why I have two copies of Vision in Silver. Le sigh.
This was last week’s purchases. I wanted to post it before I left for my holidays.
I have been waiting patiently for the release of Vision in Silver. By the time this post goes live, I’m most likely halfway done with this book.
The Winner’s Crime is a book that’s been getting a wide array of reactions lately. I know I wanted to read it because I enjoyed its predecessor.
Mosquitoland sounds like a book that’s going to go either way for me. And while I like how harmless it looks, I know this is going to be one of those books that will probably punch me right in the sternum.
Confess is a no-brainer. I love this author. The Collector by Nora Roberts was reviewed by Sarah of One Curvy Blogger, she loved it. I thought I pop my Nora Roberts cherry by reading this one.
We Should All Be Feminist is brain food. We should all read this book.
I’ve been working really hard to curb my book expenditures, but there are books that I just can’t afford to pass up, yanno?
What’s new in your shelves this week?