I read 15 books this month! Here's the run down:
The Casquette Girls by Alys Arden: A young adult paranormal with vampires, but very un-Twilight like. Review.
The Devil in the Marshalsea by Antonia Hodgson: A historical mystery set in the Marshalsea gaol. Review.
Echoes by Michael Bray: The Second Book in the Whispers trilogy, horror/ thriller. Review
Six Million Accusers: Catching Adolf Eichman by D. Lawrence Young: A historical documentary novel about the Mosad catching a Nazi war criminal set in post WWII. Review
Prisoner of the Queen by Eliza Knight: Historical fiction set in the Tudor Court about Katherine Gray, sister to Jane Gray. Review.
The Bone Church by Victoria Dougherty: A heavy historical thriller set in WWII era Prague. Review.
Phantom's Dance by Lesa Howard: A modern re-telling of The Phantom of the Opera set in the ballet world. Review.
Changeless by Gail Carriger: The second book in the Parasol Protectorate series, a fun steampunk, paranormal romance. Review.
Birds of the Nile by N.E. David: Contemporary, literary fiction the combined the political issues in Egypt and ornithology. Review
The Lost Catacomb by Shifra Hochberg: A historical dual-time story about a lost treasure, family secrets and Vatican conspiracy. Review.
Schasm and Fissure Free by Shari J. Ryan: The first two books in the Schasm series, a new adult, fantasy, psychological thriller series about a young woman who can live in her dreams. Schasm review, Fissure Review.
A Triple Knot by Emma Campion: Historical Fiction about Joan of Kent, who was eventually the wife of Edward the Black Prince. Review.
The House We Grew Up In by Lisa Jewell: Contemporary family drama dealing with many different issues. Review
Marina by Carlos Ruiz Zafon: Young adult gothic thriller, about a young boy and girl who find themselves in an incredible adventure. Review.
Wow, a great reading month! My favorite read by far was Marina, other top reads were the Schasm series, Casquette Girls and Prisoner of the Queen. Not so favorite read was The Bone Church.
Did you enjoy any of these books or are you looking forward to reading any of these books?