Let's talk about the books I bought in the last weeks. I have a nice pile of new to me books from different genres and hope that all of the books will be entertaining.
The Chemist - Stephenie Meyer
I love "The Host" and know that Meyer's writing style works for me, so I bought her new book even though the plot is one that might not be perfect for me. But I in trust in Meyer to entertain me and make me enjoy the world she created.
You are here - Jennifer E. Smith
This is the one book by the author I haven't read so far, I want to change that so I bought a copy of this YA contemporary novel.
The topic of serpents - Marie Brennan
I loved the first book in this charming series, so of course I want to go on with it.
Beastologist: The Unicorn's tale - LaFevers + Murphy
A short book that's part of a series for young readers about special beings.
Summon the Keeper - Tanya Huff
The first book in a fantasy series that sounds very entertaining, plus there's a cat.
Forever, again - Victoria Laurie
I loved Laurie's first YA book "When", so of course I had to have the second one as well. The story is about two love stories, one in the present, one in the past. And it's about a tragedy and mystery from the past, that will finally be solved.
Summer days & summer nights (UK version) - various
Even though only four out of the twelve short stories in this book worked for me, I still wanted my own print copy. Because the four books I liked were fantastic.
A book for young readers about a 11 year old girl, her family, their struggles and a big move. The story sounds emotional and I'm pretty sure that it will make me cry. Hopefully the ending won't break my heart.
Six of crows - Leigh Bardugo
In the past books by Bardugo haven't been perfect for me, I struggled with caring about the characters, however because so many readers enjoyed this duology I wanted to give the first book in it a second chance.
Btw, Bardugo's next book/series, "Ninth House", sounds pretty good to me, especially because it's set in our normal world, which often works better for me than fantasy ones.