Review Copy Cleanup: Reading List

Review Copy Cleanup: Reading List

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Welcome to August! I’m excited to be taking part in the Review Copy Cleanup this month, since I’m really behind after July! The RCC was created and is hosted by Vicky of Books, Biscuits and Tea and Celine from Nyx Book Reviews.

I thought I’d better write a reading list for the month. My review mountain is made up of a few print books, ebooks from Netgalley and Edelweiss, plus a few I received from their Authors. There’s a very good chance I won’t get to all of them this month, but if I list them all I’ll have a better chance of it. Maybe.

Read: 8 of 22


  • Throne of Glass, Sarah J Maas – I also won a paperback copy from Bloomsbury ANZ. I finished it today and oh my gosh… soooo fantastic! – My review
  • Glitch, Heather Anastasiumy review
  • Advent, James Treadwell
  • The White Thread, KB Hoyle – for a tour later in the review
  • Seraphina, Rachel Hartman
  • Shadow of Night, Deborah Harkness – I need to read A Discovery of Witches first – see library books below.
  • Goddess Interrupted, Aimée Carter – These have been in my Netgalley list forever – must get to them.
  • The Goddess Legacy, Aimee Carter
  • White Witch (Coven #1), Trish Milburn
  • Bane (Coven #2), Trish Milburn
  • Stormdancer, Jay Kristoff – I was approved for the galley after already receiving a print ARC from Pan Macmillan Aus. I’m looking forward to getting into this one so much!



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Good lord, that’s 22 books. I’d better get into it.

9 thoughts on “Review Copy Cleanup: Reading List

  1. Celine says:

    Thanks for participating Angelya! Your list looks great, a lot of well-known titles in there. I have to read A Discovery of Witches as well soon, but the book is so big! I’m a bit scared of starting it.

    Good luck! (:
    Celine recently posted..Review: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom RiggsMy Profile

    • Angelya says:

      Thanks for organising! I’m looking forward to taking part 🙂 Oh, how big is Discovery of Witches? I’m just about to pick it up from the library, so I haven’t actually seen it yet…

  2. I agree with Celine – lots of great titles in there! Good luck and I hope you manage to achieve your goals! 🙂
    Vicky @ Books, Biscuits, and Tea recently posted..Review Copy Cleanup: GoalsMy Profile

  3. Ooh good luck! I might steal your idea of listing them all this way. Hope you don’t mind. My pile is epicly scary and it might help me to choose if I have a proper list. 🙂
    Hannah @ Once Upon A Time recently posted..One Hundred Years of Vicissitude TeaserMy Profile

  4. Philippa says:

    I’ve just signed up for this too – you’re list is daunting 🙂 But there are some fantastic sounding books in there so hopefully you get so caught up that you get through heaps of them!
    Philippa recently posted..August Review Copy Clean Up ChallengeMy Profile

    • Angelya says:

      I hope so too, lol! Realistically, there’s no way I’m going to read them all. Must try to prioritise.

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