This just showed up on my doorstep and had to wrack my brain as to how I would‘ve gotten it! Then I recalled the @WilliamMorrowBooks post and entry!
Thanks so much for the ARC! I can‘t wait to dive into this book!
This novel about a mother‘s desperate hunt for her kidnapped daughter in a post-apocalyptic flooded world goes on sale September 3rd but you can win a copy now. Register for your ARE: https://forms.gle/oyWKY6XdgKEMH8jd9
FORM CLOSES FRIDAY 7/12 AT NOON.
Myra and her daughter Pearl live on a boat after the majority of the Earth is covered in water due to global warming. There are settlements on the mountain tops that still protrude from the seas, but they are often attacked by raiders. It‘s hard to trust anyone.
I really enjoyed this dystopian thriller. I read an ARC (thanks LibraryThing!), put this on your radar for Sept 2019. Two thumbs up from me!
I‘m really enjoying this ARC I got from Library Thing‘s Early Reviewers program.
Also, I just discovered Bitmoji has all the Pride rainbows! Here‘s mine 💕💛💙 😊.
Day 18 of #30junebooks - #uglycover. Most ARCs have such boring, ugly covers, which don‘t reflect the story within at all!
I got this one from Shelf Awareness; super interesting literary take on a world destroyed by floods. Humanity clings to a few tiny islands (the remnants of former mountain chains), or lives aboard ships.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ #howjessreadsin2019 (Um, I haven‘t shared reviews for the last 40-odd books I‘ve read. Should I play catch-up?)
Bookmail! My latest ARC from #LibraryThingEarlyReviewers. It sounds like some excellent #dystopia. I‘ll definitely be reading it in the next couple weeks. Release date is in Sept 2019. This is a #debut too 😊
Thank you @LibraryThing and @WilliamMorrowBooks for the free review copy!