The book gods have been good to me this week. I’m suddenly basking in books that are at the top of my TBR list.
Julie Bertagna’s Exodus. If you ever read this book, rest assured it gets really good after the first couple of chapters. It’s so imaginative and, as for social commentary, whoah.
Two holds also came through from the happiest place on Earth, my local library:
- At last, my first Rainbow Rowell book, Fangirl.
- Leslye Walton’s debut novel, with its simple yet very beautiful cover, The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender. (I’d like to randomly add that I am mad at the word lavender because it refuses to be spelled — as I perpetually want to write it — like the word calendar.)
And here’s where I saved the best for last. Along with a nice handwritten note, literary agent Janet “The Shark” Reid mailed me Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows ARC as a prize for winning her recent flash fiction contest. I’m not gonna lie, I worked HARD to win because I REALLY wanted to read Six of Crows, but I had no idea that….
THIS ARC COMES WITH WINGS!!!
Fellow book lovers, surely you understand how happy this makes me.
— Eve Messenger