Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicki at Books, Biscuits, and Tea, where we showcase what books we've gotten over the course of the week, whether it be bought, received from the library, from the publishers for review, etc.
Replica: I have heard pretty mixed to negative things about this one, but I'm definitely willing to give it a shot, considering I do tend to like dystopians and haven't read one in quite a while. Thanks, Tor!
Kinslayer: Um, yeah. I'm definitely excited for this one. While Stormdancer took me a while to get into, once I got into it it was gorgeous and awesome. And now that I have a physical ARC of this one I can flip back to the glossary and the list of characters in the front, which I couldn't really do with Stormdancer with my e-galley last year. Thanks, Thomas Dunne Books!
Extremities: I already read this one, and honestly, I wasn't a fan at all. There's a note/warning on the back saying that this book is strictly not for children, so I got excited thinking it would be horrifying and for adults. Noooope. Review to come on the blog pretty soon. 1.5 stars for this one. But thanks, Tor!
White Space: The Matrix meets Inkheart? Um, YEAH. Enough said. Thanks, Egmont!
The Brokenhearted: So I heard really bad things about this one but I'm far too curious to not give it a chance, and if I hate it, I'll DNF it since I know it won't get better. Thanks, HarperTeen!
Ask Again Later: This sounds like Pivot Point but with DATES, which is all I really need to know about this book. Thanks, HarperTeen!
These Broken Stars: I was initially unsure about this one because I wasn't a fan of co-author Meagan Spooner's Skylark, but then the reviews started coming in from trusted friends and I knew I had to have this one. Can't wait to start it! Thanks, Disney Hyperion!
Charming: From what I know I'm pretty sure this is about a prince from a line of dragon slayers, which sounds pretty awesome to me. Thanks, Orbit!