Saturday, July 7, 2012

manda-rae's Haul

Stacking the Shelves consists of books we received in the last week, hosted by Tynga's reviews.

This past week has been an easy week for me.  Plus, I caught up on a few books in my to-read list.  With record setting temperatures of 100 degrees in Wisconsin this week, it's been a wonderful week spent indoors.  We also finished the inspection on the home we're buying at the end of the summer.  So, quite an eventful week for me...

For Review (e-edition):

Shadow Eyes by Dusty Crabtree
Shadows pulling you towards the dark side.  As being quite partial to the dark side (or should I say evil side?), I thought I might be able to easily relate to the characters in this book.  But considering I have absolutely zero paranormal abilities, it seems only my imagination will be able to relate to them.  And now I'm rambling...  Thanks goes to Dusty Crabtree for my review copy.

Math City by Ahmad Amani
A book about math in a city?  Did I mention that math was my favorite subject in school?  Yes, I can handle rational numbers any day over social awkwardness...  Initially, I thought the plot for this one sounded a little out there, but I'm definitely intrigued to see how the mathematical plots play out. Thanks goes to Ahmad Amani for my review copy.

Aleron by Kane
Vampires (insert really girlish squeal here).  I will admit that I mostly snagged this book because of the cover.  I love it.  And so far, this read has been very interesting.  Thanks goes to Greenleaf Book Group and Netgalley for my review copy.




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9 comments:

  1. I'm intrigued with the Math City premise too; interesting. Look forward to your reviews.
    Katja @ YA's the Word

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  2. I haven't heard of any of these titles, uneducated as I am about books :P, but they all look really good and I hope you enjoy them!

    Check out my Stacking the Shelves!

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  3. Math City definitely has me intrigued as well. Of course I have a master degree in math, so most math-y books sound interesting to me.

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  4. Interesting variety! I hope you can stay away from the heat and enjoy your reading. My new books posts are at Ms. Martin Teaches Media and Inside of a Dog. Happy reading!

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  5. Ooh so many good looking books :-) Love the cover for Aleron. Hope you enjoy them all.

    Tanya Patrice
    Girlxoxo.com

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  6. Math City looks so cool! :D And Aleron, too! Aaah, I should buy some books next week.. again.. *grin*

    Patricia // My Week & Haul

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  7. Aleron looks great. Hope you enjoy. Happy Reading!

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