Friday Finds is hosted weekly by Should Be Reading. This is the place to list the books we’ve learned about this week – online, at the library or bookstore, via word-of-mouth, etc. – and added to our to-be-read lists.
Here are my finds of the week:
The Girl With All the Gifts, by M. J. Carey (2013) (author of: The Steel Seraglio, many graphic novels)
The Bookman’s Tale, by Charlie Lovett (2013) (author of: The Fat Lady Sings)
Cousin Bette, by Honoré de Balzac (orig. 1846) (author of: Père Goriot, Lost Illusions, The Wild Ass’s Skin, etc.)
The Asylum, by John Harwood (2013) (author of The Seance, The Ghostwriter, etc.)
The Gate, by Sōseki Natsume (orig. 1910) (author of Japanese classics: Kokoro, Botchan, The Three-Cornered World, etc.)
The Arrivals, by Melissa Marr (2013) (author of Graveminder, the Wicked Lovely YA series)
What new-to-you books did you discover this week?