Now that I am out of my slump, I have been having a hard time keeping myself from purchasing new books. To give myself credit, I am pretty good at scouring the discount racks at B&N and they usually have some great deals, so I didn’t pay full price for most of these books.
Little Face, by Sophie Hannah: I just read The Wrong Mother, by Sophie Hannah, and that turned me into a convert. I noticed that Tana French and Hannah seem to be linked a lot, so I thought I should give her a shot. She is not quite the phenomenon that French is, but I really enjoyed The Wrong Mother so I thought I would go back to the beginning and read Hannah’s first book.
The Tsarina’s Daughter, by Carolly Erickson: This one has been on my TBR list for quite some time. I have long been an avid reader of anything dealing with the Romanovs, and although I usually go for non-fiction as far as that subject matter is concerned, I definitely want to give this one a shot. Plus it was only $5.98!
When Will There be Good News, by Kate Atkinson: Another discount deal. I have never read anything by Atkinson but have long meant to remedy that, so I couldn’t pass this one up. Anyone read it?
Lady of Quality/Charity Girl, by Georgette Heyer: I have read a few Heyer books and thought them witty and fun, plus Charity Girl has been on my radar for awhile, so I thought I had better pick this one up.
Delirium, Lauren Oliver: I have seen this around the blogosphere and I really enjoyed Before I Fall, so I took a chance. I am a bit sick of dystopian fiction, but I have high hopes for this one.
Have you read any of these books? Any thoughts?