My iPad is filled with two weeks of irresistible books, most of which are coming out in the fall. But…Rex Regis by L.E. Modesitt Jr. has the dubious distinction of being my book with the latest release date. Next year. And I’ve already read it and written the review. I’m so invested in the series that I couldn’t wait more than a day to dive back in!
Speaking of dubious distinctions and irresistibility, I picked one book up from Edelweiss that’s normally totally outside my review range, but it’s about some monsters that I remember. I was a very happy Chicago resident when the 1985 Chicago Bears won Super Bowl XX. I still have a commemorative Chicago Bear teddy bear from that glorious year. I hope the book does justice to just how much fun that season was. We’ll see.
Has anyone else noticed that there aren’t a lot of new books coming out in the next few weeks and then BAM! August 27?
Baring It All by Megan Frampton
The Christmas He Loved Her (Bad Boys of Crystal Lake #2) by Juliana Stone
The Crown Tower (Riyria Chronicles #1) by Michael J. Sullivan
Dangerous Women edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois
The Heiress Effect (Brothers Sinister #2) by Courtney Milan
His Lordship Possessed (Disenchanted & Co. #2) by Lynn Viehl
Jaran (Jaran #1) by Kate Elliott
Love, Technically by Lynne Silver
Monsters: The 1985 Chicago Bears and the Wild Heart of Football by Rich Cohen
My Lady Quicksilver (London Steampunk #3) by Bec McMaster
The Mysterious Case of Mr. Strangeway (St. Croix Chronicles #0.5) by Karina Cooper
On The Scent by Angela Campbell
Parasite (Parasitology #1) by Mira Grant
Playing the Part by Robin Covington (review at Book Lovers Inc)
Rex Regis (Imager Portfolio #8) by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
The Rose and the Thorn (Riyria Chronicles #2) by Michael J. Sullivan
The Strangled Queen (Accursed Kings #2) by Maurice Druon
To the 5th Power (Powers Trilogy #1) by Shirin Dubbin