This is one of three books that I received from the last First To Read galley selection. I kind of chose this one on a whim, based primarily on the fact that a recommendation from Kate Morton was included in the blurb.
This book is part of my BookCon book haul. I randomly picked it up while walking through the Hachette booth, and as soon as I read the description I new this one was heading to the top of my TBR list. A story about time-travelers and a boy who was born outside of time? Count me in!
I won a copy of this book from Owlcrate's booth at BookCon. I hadn't heard of it before, but I read Howard's Alice in Wonderland re-telling series and really enjoyed it, so I was very much looking forward to her take on The Phantom of the Opera.
Sarah Dessen has been one of my favorite authors since I first discovered her books in high school, and as of yet her stories have never disappointed.
I received a free advance galley of this book through First to Read. The Library of Fates is a romantic coming-of-age story set in a magical, mythical version of India.
I actually reviewed this book a few months ago for Penguin’s First to Read program, but because I had the pleasure of meeting Renée at BookCon this year I decided to publish my review here, too.