Searching Saturday is a new meme created by Nikki at The Night is Dark and full of books. It involves searching for a book that is new to you. Searching Saturday is a way to find new books. The aim is the search for new to you book that fit the weekly theme. It is a great way to broaden TBR shelf.
Anyway! Here are the books that I discovered and added to my Goodreads TBR shelf. You can see more of my TBR over on my Goodreads account Here and feel free to add me as a friend.
The Dead I know by Scot Gardner is about a young man, Aaron Rowe. Aaron is a sleepwalker. He also has recurring nightmares that cause his sleepwalking. He lives in a trailer park with his Grandma Mam and he is a funeral director in training. I’ve never really read a book about a funeral director before. And this books sound quite interesting. This book only has about 200 pages.
Lost In Tokyo by Jenny Lynne. Nineteen-year-old Erin leaves the cocoon of her world in order to follow a forgotten bucket list her long lost mother had created. This is a story of a young woman who is trying to figure out who she is and put herself back together. This is the second book in the series but can be read as a stand-alone.
The Abyss Surrounds us is Emily Skrutskie’s debut novel. It’s a book about sea monsters, pirates, the future, girls with edges, hard choices, fast boats, and big turtles. Cassandra Leung has been training genetically-engineered monsters to defend ships and destroy pirate vessels all her life, and when she’s finally going on her first solo mission, with the Reckoner she grew up with who is tasked with escorting a cruise ship, everything goes wrong and she’s captured.
The Spirit Trap by Veryan Williams-Wynn. Tatiana finds herself haunted after she receives her grandmother’s ashes and a portrait. She ends up on a quest to release the spirit of an ancestor who is tormented and trapped on earth reliving the horrible days of the French Revolution.
Have you heard of any of these before? Have you read any of them? Do we share any of the same books?Tell me in the comments. Feel free to link me to your posts if you have one or leave a comment.