I welcomed five titles into my home this fortnight:
Darkness and Day by Ivy Compton-Burnett
This sounds like the perfect title to kick off my reading for the Black to the Classics Challenge – originally published in 1951, now available in ebook. Review copy courtesy of Endeavour Press.
Endless Love by James MacManus
Having read a spot of more serious themed literature lately, this new release mystery historical romance sounds like the perfect title to mix things up a bit. Review copy courtesy of Endeavour Press.
A Man Made Entirely of Bats by Patrick Lenton
Doesn’t this collection of short stories and flash fiction from Aussie author Patrick Lenton sound fascinating. Review copy courtesy of the author.
The One Plus One by Jojo Moyes
Audible – Book Depository – Amazon – Kobobooks – Booktopia
I’ve long been a fan of Jojo Moyes’ work and have been meaning to read this title ever since its release last year. When I noticed the audiobook was narrated by an ensemble cast, including narrators I’d enjoyed before, I knew this would be the perfect way for me to get my dose of Moyes contemporary romance. Purchased with an Audible.com.au credit.
Farabeuf by Salvador Elizondo
This is the upcoming release from small publisher Ox and Pigeon, translated from the original Spanish by John Incledon. It sounds highly literary but am looking forward to mental workout it’s likely to provide. Review copy courtesy of the publisher.
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