Saturday, April 26, 2014

E-Book Haul

So the other day I made my Birth Month Book Haul, but I was too tired at the time to include all of the galleys & Daily Deal's that I've picked up recently. I'm still thoroughly addicted to snagging galleys on Netgalley, and scooping up Daily Deals on Amazon. I tend to collect more e-books than real books these days...and that's dangerous.

We Are the Goldens by Dana Reinhardt: Two sisters have always been a perfect pair, relying on each other for their whole lives and looking up to one another. But when one of them gets involved with a teacher, the other is left wanting to support her happiness, but also knows something is very wrong. Scored this dramatic sounding read from Netgalley and I am super excited.

You're Not Much Use to Anyone by David Shapiro: Another Netgalley score about a young man who graduates from NYU early and has no idea what he wants to do with his life. This sounds right up my alley since I am still struggling with what I want to do and I've been graduated for almost a year.

The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera: Miss Prim leaves her life behind to work as a librarian in a small French village. Her boss is a mysterious, but of course handsome, man and her ideas of life and love are challenged. I believe this is a steamy one ;)
Born of Illusion by Terri Brown: Fun Fact: I used to be really obsessed with Harry Houdini when I was little. So when I read about this book, I needed it. Anna is the illegitimate daughter of Harry Houdini, or so her mother says. Her mother is a medium, whose powers are a sham, but Anna's insights and mind reading powers a real. She must also keep them a secret from her mother. This takes place in 1920s and includes some of my favorite elements, so I am hoping to read this very soon.

The Hangman's Daughter by Oliver Potzsch: I don't know too much about this one, but it has been on my TBR for a long time. It's a historical thriller, and I don't get to read too many of those. 

Throwaway Girl by Kristine Scarrow: Andy has lived in foster care since she was nine years old and has battled hunger, homelessness, and abuse. When she turns eighteen, it is time for her to leave the group home for girls that has been the only type of family she's had since childhood and make her own life. 

Whenever I do these ebook hauls, I want to curse myself for scooping up SOOO MANY. How will I ever get to all of these?! The struggles of a book buying addict... 

Find any great e-books lately? 

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