Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Books unlike cable are reliable. As I'm writing this, I'm waiting for my cable box to reboot for the umpteenth time. I'm contemplating tossing it out the window and just surviving on books for the rest of my life. I could do it except for my obsession with General Hospital. Here are some great books to check out this week that don't require unreliable technology!
"War Dogs," by Greg Bear, "Of Bone and Thunder," by Chris Evans, "Fire in the Blood," by Erin M. Evans, and "Clariel: The Lost Abhorsen," by Garth Nix are all available in Science Fiction/Fantasy today.
You can find "Cover Him with Darkness," by Janine Ashbless and "Darling Beast," by Elizabeth Hoyt in Romance today.
"Water Walker," the latest thriller from Ted Dekker is available in Mystery/Thriller today. You can also pick up "Saint Brigid's Bones: A Celtic Adventure," by Phillip Freeman, "Kansas Bleeds," by Melody Groves, " "Across the Cheyenne River," by John D. Nesbitt, and "The Scent of Death," by Andrew Taylor.
It may only be October but "My True Love Gave to Me," a Young Adult holiday short story collection edited by Stephanie Perkins lands in the genre today along with "Snow Like Ashes," by Sara Raasch.
Will any of these books make your "to-read" list? Share with us! Happy Reading and remember to support your local bookstores whenever possible.