Added to GoodReads is a weekly feature where I share books that I have found over the last week and the bloggers who have pointed me in their direction.
- Pachinko by Min Jin Lee – I heard of this one from this review by Gunjan at Bookworm Reads. I’ve been trying to find more diverse reads and this one sounds really interesting. I love learning about different cultures, but I also tend to usually stick with what’s familiar. I’m trying to get better about that.
- The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton – I have to admit, I grabbed this one just because I liked the title. I also liked this review by Charlotte at Mug Full of Books.
- The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson – This book is more of the fantasy stuff I usually read, but it’s an author I’ve never heard of before. I like new authors! I also like this review by Stephanie at Between Folded Pages.
- Damaged by Becca Vincenza – I found this one not through another book blogger, but from BookBub, which I also love. If the author’s name sounds familiar, it’s because she was just featured on a blog tour stop here for her book Art of Death! So when another one of her books showed up for free on BookBub, I had to get it!
Those are my new finds this week. Have you found anything new that you’d like to share?
Categories: Added to GoodReads
Great idea for a post. Storm Crow sounds interesting, will have to add that one to my list.
Hope you enjoy reading Pachinko😄
Thanks! It will probably be a while before I get to it, but it definitely sounds like a great read!
Yup sure!! Waiting to hear your thoughts on it 😄
I’m really interested in Pachinko too! If you’ve added it to your tbr, I suggest reading what the youtuber, shemightbemonica, has to say about it because she’s an own voices Korean reviewer, and Pachinko is one of her favorite books. I can’t remember which video of hers it is, but she discusses how it resonated with her because it portrayed the struggles her mom had to go through in Korea before going to America. Also, I’ve had my eye out on The Storm Crow for a while now because honestly, I think the girl on it’s cover is really attractive and just yes! Also, it has to do with elemental crows! I’ve heard good reviews of it so far from people who’ve received arcs and I’m really excited to pick it up when it comes out!
Oh, thanks for the recommendation! I would love to watch her video when I read that book. I really like the cover of Storm Crow too – it’s part of what drew me to it.