Booklover Book Reviews Recap – August 2012

The Orphan Master's Son by Adam Johnson tradeSpring has definitely sprung here in Brisbane Australia and for those who have not had a chance to experience it for themselves, Brisbane is beautiful in Spring! September is my favourite month of the year – not too hot, not too cold. Oh, and the fact that I have just started my holidays kind of helps too!

But, before I go out and enjoy some of this glorious warm sunshine, here is a quick recap of what happened at Booklover Book Reviews in August:

Book Reviews Published:

Let The Devil Sleep by John Verdon 

The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson 

The Shekinah Legacy by Gary Lindberg 

Shine Shine Shine by Lydia Netzer 

Fatal Induction by Bernadette Pajer 

Australian Wine Vintages 2013 by Robert Geddes (Guest reviewer)

As you can see, an abundance of quality titles.

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Books Read, Reviews Coming Soon:

Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter (audio) ; We Bury The Landscape by Kristine Ong Muslim ; Life Death Prizes by Stephen May (guest reviewer) ; Mr Something by Jay Baker ; SNAP New Talent by Michele Drier ; No Remorse by Ian Walkley ; The Lady Cyclist’s Guide to Kashgar by Suzanne Joinson

Books That Came Into My Home:

What The Zhang Boys Know by Clifford Garstang , The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood , Paws by Kathy Finikakos , Australian Wine Vintages 2013 by Robert Geddes , The Geneva Trap by Stella Rimington , The Innocent by Taylor Stevens

Booklover Bites:

When Words Become Art and Queensland Poetry Festival 2012

Book Giveaways:

Announced the lucky winner of a paperback copy of The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson

Announced the winner of the paperback copy of John Verdon’s thriller Let The Devil Sleep

Launched giveaway of ebooks 2 and 3 in the SNAP Kandesky Vampire Chronicles Series by Michele Drier

What’s planned for September?

Since I am now on holidays there will be lots of reading, but in particular I plan to dive into some of the chunkier titles on my TBR pile and wishlist such as these (click on book covers for details):

Grand Days by Frank Moorhouse   The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon   The Street Sweeper by Elliot Perlman

What are your reading plans for September?