Reading Summaries

Booklover Book Reviews Recap – May 2015

Looking forward to lots of reading time in June as the temperature drops here in Brisbane, but first let’s take a quick look at what happened here at Booklover Book Reviews during May (a month where a little thing called life got in the way!).

Books Featured

Farabeuf by Salvador Elizondo English Something is Rotten by Adam SarafisThis Is How It Really Sounds by Stuart Archer Cohen The Peculiar State by Patricio Pron the-lost-swimmer-hires

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Giveaway Winners

Something is Rotten by Adam SarafisTo celebrate the release of Something is Rotten, Echo Publishing generously offered 2 paperback copies for giveaway. Entries closed 27 May 2015.

The winners are:

Jeannie M and Elizabeth B

Congratulations! Please check your inbox for my email seeking your mailing address for prize delivery.

Other Bookish Banter

Book Releases June 2015

  • Aussie Author Challenge 2015The Aussie Author Challenge 2015 is going strong, with a total of 96 reviews published by 25 registered participants thus far. With the year so young there’s still plenty of time (7 months) to join in the appreciation of great Australian literary talent (plus earn extra entries in giveaways of new release titles).

What’s planned for June?

Hoping to feature reviews of several titles, including:

the-invisible-man-from-salem Lion Attack by Oliver Mol Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari The Horses by William Lane darkness-and-day in-the-morning-i-ll-be-gone the-port-fairy-murders

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What was your bookish highlight in May?