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It’s all Netgalley books this week. I managed to restrain myself quite a well on Netgalley at the beginning of the year, but there just looks to be so many good books coming out this summer! I’m not sure how I’m going to get through the amount of books I have which are due for release in early June on time, and I still have more requests pending! As usual, cover images link to Goodreads!
I’ve just finished reading The Girls by Emma Cline which also looked at the Manson ‘family’. That was quite a dark read, so I’m looking forward to reading about them from a lighter perspective in this YA novel set in present-day Los Angeles.
I didn’t think I’d get approved for this one as it’s an American publisher, but I requested anyway, and I got it! This summer thriller about a drastic plane crash and the relationship between the survivors came up on a number of lists of new releases to look out for, so I’m excited to have an advanced copy.
I really enjoyed The Girl In The Ice – it was one of the best of its genre that I’ve read in years. I’m looking forward to getting stuck into the next in the Erika Foster series.
What have you added to your shelves this week? And what would you recommend from the above? Let me know! 🙂