Daisy's Book Haul
-Tarnish by Katherine Longshore: I already owned the paperback, but I LOVE this cover and I adored the book, so I had to have this edition.
-The Espressologist by Kristina Springer: I've been eyeing this for years and it sounds really cute!
-The Revenge of Seven by Pittacus Lore: I've read the first 3 books in this series and I can't help but want to know how it will all end even though I know there's a lot of controversy about said series. It was also a total steal, 7 euros for the hardcover!
-Gilt by Katherine Longshore: so this is actually one cover redesign that I love. I would have loved it even better if they'd also have this cover in a hardback version, but oh well. Loved the book as well!
-The Gospel of Loki by Joanne M. Harris: this was an impulse buy, I love Joanne Harris' writing and I love Loki, seems like a perfect combination to me!
-The Fall of Five by Pittacus Lore: the same thing goes for this one as for The Revenge of Seven, I'm curious.
So I got these two from my friend Debby cause she's awesome, thanks again!
-Blonde Ops by Charlotte Bennardo and Natalie Zaman: I really enjoyed the books in their Sirenz series and this just sounds like all kinds of awesome.
-These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner: I ADORE this book! It was just awesome. And now I can stare at the gorgeousness that is the cover anytime :) And also reread it before the release of This Shattered World.
Egalleys for review:
-The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows: HOLY MOLY EXCITEMENT!!! I seriously flailed when I saw The Orphan Queen pop up on Edelweiss, I cannot wait to read this!!
-Love and Other Theories by Alexis Bass: I'm expecting a cute contemporary and I love those!
-The Memory Key by Liana Liu: I'm always intrigued by things to do with memory loss because it's really scary, so I'm fascinated by this premise!
-The Viscount Who Lived Down the Lane by Elizabeth Boyle: this is sort of the boy next door in historical romance, and I love a good boy next door story.
-Talk Sweetly To Me by Courtney Milan: I like Courtney Milan's writing and she's basically the only exception I make in reading selfpublished novels, cause she rocks them.
-Twisted Fate by Norah Olson (not pictured cause sadly Goodreads didn't have a cover and neither did Google): this sounds like it could be either completely amazing or a dud, I'm really hoping it's the first.