Before the new week starts up I just wanted to do a quick Book Haul post to look at the books I have received in the last couple of weeks. This haul is combination of books I have received from publishers, as well as a few books/comics that I bought myself. Most of these are sequels to some great novels/comics I have read in the past, as well as a couple of releases from some new authors that sound pretty interesting. Let’s dive in.
Starsight by Brandon Sanderson
Starsight is easily the book I was most excited about getting a copy of. Starsight is the epic sequel to Skyward, and it is a book that I have been looking forward to ever since I finished the Skyward last year, having previously featured Starsight in both a Waiting on Wednesday and My Top Ten Most Anticipated July-December 2019 Releases list. I actually just finished this book today and it was pretty amazing. Planning to get a review up for it soon so stay tuned.
Seven Crows by Kate Kessler
This is a cool sounding thriller that I am looking forward to checking out.
Josephine’s Garden by Stephanie Parkyn
This is an interesting historical fiction novel that looks at the life of Empress Josephine of France, should be fun to check out.
Grave Importance by Vivian Shaw
Grave Importance is the third book in Shaw’s fantastic Dr. Greta Helsing series. I really enjoyed the first two novels in the series, and I have been looking forward to this latest instalment for it for a while.
Traitors of Rome by Simon Scarrow
Angel: Volume One – Being Human by Bryan Edward Hill and Gleb Melnikov
BOOM! Studios reimagining of the entire Whedonverse continues in this first volume of a brand new series of Angel comics. I really loved their new versions of the Buffy and Firefly canons, and I look forward to seeing their take on one of Joss Whedon’s most intriguing characters.
Uncanny X-Men: Wolverine and Cyclops – 2 by Matthew Rosenberg and Carlos Gomez
The second volume of a new series of Uncanny X-Men that sees the returning Wolverine and Cyclops team up once again. The first volume of this new series was pretty good, and I am interested to see where the story goes in this volume, especially with all the massive events occurring in other areas of the X-Men universe.
Looks like I have a lot of reading to do in the future, I should probably get started.