Too Many Good Books to Read!

This is a great problem to have.  As soon as I’m done with Foundation by Peter Ackroyd, all of the treats below are waiting to be read.

The Grimm Conclusion (Grimm Series #3) by Adam Gidwitz (Third in a YA trilogy – if you enjoy Fables, Once Upon a Time, or just plain good, funny breaking-the-fourth-wall humor, TRY IT)

Nevermore – A Novel of Love, Loss, and Edgar Allan Poe by David Niall Wilson, Lisa Snellings (Illustrator) – Edgar Allan Poe on vacation at the Great Dismal Swamp.

Breed by Chase Novak – Urban horror by an Author Who Usually Doesn’t Do That Type of Thing

Firstborn: A Novel by Lorie Ann Grover – Interesting dystopian YA

The Attic and Other Stories by David Evans Katz – I bought this one because according to the blurb these stories are “in the tradition of M.R. James, (and) H.P. Lovecraft”  SOLD! 

Mao’s Great Famine: The History of China’s Most Devastating Catastrophe, 1958-1962by Frank Dikotter – And some history to round out the waiting list