First up is physical books:
Zoo: James Patterson - I saw this at Walmart and it was a cheap paperback. I know the TV series is coming out and since I will DVR it, I really want to read the book first. Not a huge Patterson fan and I have seen this book get a mix of either great reviews, or bad reviews.
Finders Keepers (Bill Hodges Trilogy #2): Stephen King - This one came from Amazon this week. I have yet to read Mr. Mercedes but what can I say, it's Stephen King so I must own it.
You: Caroline Kepnes - Recently saw a Booktuber review this and had to read it. Managed to pick it up fairly cheap.
The Library at Mount Char: Scott Hawkins - This is my first ever physical review book and I want to thank Penguin. I have heard it described as Neil Gaiman meets Joe Hill so I couldn't pass it up.
I have received several eARCs of the the past 2 weeks so I guess it's about time I feature them:
The Visitant (A Venetian Ghost Story): Megan Chance - Ghosts? Sign me up. Releases September 22, 2015. Thanks Lake Union Publishing.
Lair of Dreams (The Diviners #2): Libba Bray - Ok, so technically I need to read the first one, but since I have seen so many people complaining about the length of time between the two, I am kind of glad I waited. This one releases August 25, 2015. Thank you Little Brown Books.
The Acolyte: Nick Cutter - Picked this up as a read now, so now I have all three of his horror books waiting to be read. This one is already out and I have heard great things. Thanks Diamond Book Distributors.
A Murder of Mages: Marshall Ryan Maresca - Releases July 7, 2015 and is the start of a new series. Thanks goes out to Penguin Group.
Red Nights: Shari J. Ryan - I was sold on this one strictly from the cover. I need to stop that. Releases June 18, 2015. Thanks Booktrope!
Wake-Up Call: Amy Avanzino - An interesting sounding Chick Lit novel, which I enjoy reading from time to time. It comes out September 1, 2015 and my thanks goes to Henery Press.
Grunge, Gods and Graveyards: Kimberly G. Giarrantano. Another one which came out last week but I couldn't pass up the 90's setting. Thank you Red Adept Publishing for my copy.
Another nice mixture this week and I a hoping to use some for my 8 week COYER challenge. What did you pick up? Leave a comment so I an check out your haul!