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Weekly Roundup (IMM #112) — The Covenant Series and A Penguin Fail

Posted by on December 23, 2012

Welcome back! Here’s what happened this week – in books and posts:

ALCHEMYSTIC by Anton Strout – UGH. REALLY PENGUIN?
DAIMON by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I’ve only heard awesome things about the series.
HALF-BLOOD by Jennifer L. Armentrout
PURE by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I’ve only heard awesome things about the series.
DEITY by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I’ve only heard awesome things about the series.
ELIXIR by Jennifer L. Armentrout – I’ve only heard awesome things about the series.

SO MUCH THANKS to Lisa who got me ALL FIVE BOOKS in the Covenant series and Penguin (no, not really Penguin).

Here’s what you missed last week:

Monday:
Asma reviewed THE DARKEST MINDS by Alexandra Bracken and loved it.

Tuesday:
Asma posted the releases of December 18th

Wednesday:
Waiting on Wednesday – A DREAM OF LIGHTS which Harper compared to BETWEEN SHADES OF GREY.

Thursday:
What’s Next? – DAYS OF BLOOD AND STARLIGHT and THE ARCHIVED tied.
Disney redesigned the cover of THE RULES by Stacey Kade – I had the exclusive re-reveal with another ARC giveaway.

Friday:
I revealed the cover of GATED by debut author Amy Christine Parker (RandomHouse) along with an ARC giveaway.

Saturday:
Asma waves goodbye to 2012 with her top books of the year.


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16 comments

  1. Covenant is great, although I prefer Lux. I'm a massiva fan of Richelle Mead and even though I love JLA to death, I'm just way disturbed that the Covenant series is so similar to Vampire Academy. Still, I hope you read them soon and I can't wait to see what you think:) Happy reading and happy holidays!

    Siiri @ Little Pieces of Imagination

  2. I actually read Alchemytic and its more YA than adult if that's what your confused about. They are probably trying to market it to YA readers as well as adult. The MC is college age but lives at home and she acts like a teenager. It just felt YA to me and was surprised that it was packaged as adult.

  3. A lot of Jennifer L. Armentrout in you mailbox this week. I constantly hear good things about her but I still did not read any of her books. I will have to correct that mistake soon. Great haul, I hope you enjoy them all.

    Happy holidays!
    Dragana @ Bookworm Dreams
    My book haul…

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