Book Lists, NetGalley Reads

What’s on my NetGalley shelf?

Hey

So today I decided to share my NetGalley shelf with you, It has been spiralling out of control, I was so backed up with books to read, yet I couldn’t stop requesting more. I have 9 books to read, this may sound a lot but my statistics as it stands are 178 approved with 149 feedback sent giving me a feedback ratio of 84%. How many books have you reviewed on NetGalley? I just have no self-control when it comes to requesting and wishing for books as well. I’m just gonna give a quick  tour of my shelf, comment down below if you have read any of these or they are waiting for you to read.

So The Rabbit Hunter by Lars Kepler was published on the 8th May 2018, however I have been catching up with the series so as soon as I have finished Stalker (the one before this) I will be reading it.

The Chestnut Man by Soren Sveistrup I did actually start to read and I was enjoying it, however I do believe that I was accepted for a book that I simply couldn’t wait to get stuck into, this just seemed to be thrown to the side for another time.

The Secretary by Renee Knight, I can’t decide if I want to carry on with this book, I’m about halfway and I just can’t seem to stay interested in this, her first book Disclaimer was really interesting but a very slow burner. I think that is the problem with The Secretary as I just can’t bring myself to finish it, but I hate leaving books unfinished.

I haven’t started to read any of these as I have been trying to read in order of publication date, I am extremely excited to start The Boy in Headlights by Samuel Bjork as it is the third instalment of the Holger and Munch series featured in my Nordic Noir post from Saturday.

To The Lions by Holly Watt is a little different to my normal reads, it is about a journalist who must follow the clues no matter where they take her. Casey’s hunt for the truth will take her to the very darkest corners of the human mind.

I have included After She’s Gone by Camilla Grebe in my March’s New Releases post.

If you haven’t heard of Thirteen then there is a good chance that you have been living under a rock haha! So Twisted is the next book by Steve Cavanagh ‘Before you read this book I want you to know three things: The police are looking to charge me with murder. No one knows who I am, or how I did it and If you think you’ve found me, I’m coming for you next.

If you want to know more about The Island by Ragnar Jonasson then check back to my last post Nordic Noir.

I’m really excited to start I Know you Know by Gilly Macmillan, I haven’t actually read any of her books yet. This is being sold as being for fans of Making a Murderer, ‘a clever, twisty and innovative new thriller’ I have high hopes for this one.

So there it is, I was going to include those that I have pending requests for and have been rejected, but I didn’t want this post to be too long. If it is something I should include next time then please let me know.
I hope you enjoyed this little insight, and I will see you in the next post…

Blair

 

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