New ARCs (March-April)

Cat and books

 

If I had a cat and a pile of paperbacks… Instead, I have to be happy with my Kindle and epubs. Or else, the little human-cat might chew up all the pages or just sit on them.

You know, I did have cats, two actually. The kittens grew up, became growly territorial males and kicked each other out of the house. One stayed with us, died at a ripe old age of something, and I never wanted another one.

Okay, I am going to stop rambling now and get down to business.

This morning I saw my mother off and decided to organize my work a bit.

Call it a distraction, but I needed to do something as I miss her terribly. Sorting out my TBR pile seems to be the right thing as Ma loves order (I like chaos). She will imagine it’s with the house and not on my computer. Let it be our little secret.

Today’s post is a compilation of the new books received for review according to their genre. These are to be read during the months of March and April, not counting the remaining days of February.

You will also see a few reviews on books I have bought or borrowed. I haven’t included them today.

The subsequent posts are going to be a mix of my favorite genres, Speculative and Mystery, ARC or from my personal collection.

Without much further ado, let’s start.

ARC Fantasy

 

The Heart of Stone
The Heart of Stone by Ben Galley
The Magician's Workshop
The Magician’s Workshop by Christopher Hansen, J.R. Fehr
Royal Arcanum by Keefe R.D
Royal Arcanum by Keefe R.D

ARC Science Fiction

 

Terminal Regression
Terminal Regression by Mallory Hill
Mutationem
Mutationem by Phoenix Jericho
Ghosts of Tomorrow by Michael R. Fletcher
Ghosts of Tomorrow by Michael R. Fletcher
Bound by Alan Baxter
Bound by Alan Baxter
Crow Shine
Crow Shine by Alan Baxter
Primordial by David Wood and Alan Baxter
Primordial by David Wood and Alan Baxter
To Dream: Anatomy of a Humachine by Louis K. Lowy

ARC Mystery

These are suspense thrillers, crime drama, detective fiction with or without speculative elements.

The Virgin of the Wind Rose: A Christopher Columbus Mystery-Thriller by Glen Craney
The Virgin of the Wind Rose: A Christopher Columbus Mystery-Thriller by Glen Craney
The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker
The Fourth Monkey by J.D. Barker
The Steps by Iveta Rēdliha, Karina Loza (Translator)
The Steps by Iveta Rēdliha, Karina Loza (Translator)

I am not mentioning the ones that I will read after April. You have to come back for that, another time.

Happy reading! Hope you come back for the reviews.

So what say you?