My Netgalley/Edelweiss Shelves Are a Mess {PT. 2}

OK, we’re back… I seriously don’t understand how you can resist the request button…TEACH ME YOUR WAYS.

And it’s not as many as my last post so… I guess I’m doing better?

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White Stag { Permafrost #1 } –  Kara Barbieri

Monster Girls? Goblins? Moral grayness? I mean… how could I not amirite?

The Mortal Word { The Invisible Library #5 } – Genevieve Cogman

I’ve too far into this series to let go. And it’s a genuinely good series, so I may have been impatiently awaiting an ARC/

Reviews: The Invisible Library; The Masked City; The Burning Page, The Lost Plot

Fury { Menagerie #3 } – Rachel Vincent

At the time of this post, I haven’t read the sequel Spectacle because this is a dark series. I’m kind of procrastinating/ time crunching because… Fury comes out this month… yikes.

Review: Menagerie

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The Shadowglass { The Bone Witch #3 ] – Rin Chupeco

YA GIRL IS #BLESSED. After The Heart Forger’s ending, not only am I highly anticipating this one, I’m so NERVOUS. I KNOW SOMEONE’S GOING TO DIE AND I’M NOT READY.

Reviews: The Bone Witch; The Heart Forger

Sherwood – Meagan Spooner

Again, after reading Hunted, I liked her writing style and this is a Robin Hood retelling… I’ve only read one of those and it was *okay* so I have high hopes.

Review: Hunted

Black Enough: Stories of Being Young and Black in America – Ibi Zoboi

I mean… look at that title. It immediately spoke to me. I also think this is going to hit me so hard in the heart that I may cry, so when a review comes… I apologize in advance for the incoherency.

The Tiger at Midnight { The Tiger at Midnight #1 } – Swati Teerdhala

Can I be honest and say this was an impulse request? But after I did my research, Drawing inspiration from ancient Indian history and Hindu mythology, the first book in Swati Teerdhala’s debut fantasy trilogy captivates with electric romance, stunning action, and the fierce bonds that hold people together—and that drive them apart.”

Come on. RIGHT UP MY ALLEY.

The Antidote – Shelley Sackier

Won’t even lie: I saw this book from Melanie and instantly requested it… I’m a little nervous, but it’s fine… I’m putting my faith in you, book.


Many of these are next year reads, so I should be kept busy for the rest of 2018… I’m a little nervous about that if I’m honest >.<

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Any of these interest you? Have you read any of these? Let me know in the comments below!

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