I’ve decided to roll out a new post series, though I’m not entirely sure which day I’m going to be posting it on. I’m thinking that Saturday might be a good day to do so, since I can set it up Friday and such. Basically, the post is going to talk about books that I’ve requested from NetGalley in the past week. I might change it, in the future, to be a daily post. But that implies I’m requesting new books every single day and while it is almost that often, it’s not quite. So then it would end up being an almost daily kind of thing. As for recently, I’ve included the covers below for the most recent books I’ve requested.

outlawsThe first is a Robin Hood inspired retelling, and obviously I couldn’t pass that one up!

the art of breaking thingsI imagine this is going to be a very dark read with some sensitive topics.

twice in a blue moonBelieve me, no one is as surprised as I am about the fact that I love this author so much.

iron magiciansIt’s a “steampunk re-imagining of 19th century Paris.” Need I say more?

charcoal boysThis book condemns child labor. It’s a little weirder than I thought it would be.

mother tongue
This is another book with a sensitive subject, this one based on the Beslan school siege in 2004 Russia.

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One thought on “Some Retellings and Some Sensitive Subjects; Recent NetGalley Requests

  1. I considered requesting The Art of Breaking Things, but I don’t read a ton of books like that and I’m trying REALLY HARD to stop requesting so much from Netgalley and catch up on the books I have.

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