martes, 9 de diciembre de 2014

Waiting on Wednesday (55)

Publicado por Paulina J. en 22:00

Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spinethat spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

My pick this week is:


Rose spent most of her life asleep. Otto spent his as an object.

Rose Fitzroy woke from her long sleep to a changed world and new life. Her friend Otto watched her from afar, longing for what he felt he couldn't have. But just when things seem to be going right, his own biology backfires, sending him into a deathly spiral that neither of them can stop. His only hope lies on the distant ice moon of Europa, where an experimental treatment might bring him back from the brink.

But Europa is in a state of revolution, and Otto's brother Quin is tangled up in it. With Otto going slowly insane, and Rose haunted by ghosts of her old life, more than one world may soon be destroyed around them.




In the superb stand-alone novel A LONG, LONG SLEEP we saw her survive assassination attempts and heartbreak alike. Now, in the stand-alone sequel, Rose must take control of her future for the sake of her friends - and find a way to protect them without unwittingly caging them in love..."




I was so excited to hear that there was going to be a sequel to "A Long Long Sleep", can't wait to read it although I have to admit that the cover creeps me out a little bit.

4 comentarios:

Julie @ Books and Insomnia on 10 de diciembre de 2014, 8:02 dijo...

The cover is indeed a bit creepy, but nice pick nonetheless. :)

Here’s my WoW pick.

Julie @ Books and Insomnia

Danica Page on 10 de diciembre de 2014, 12:43 dijo...

The cover is creepy. I hope you enjoy it though. here's mine

My $30 giveaway is still going if you're interested.

Paulina on 13 de diciembre de 2014, 17:49 dijo...

I like the old covers better, thanks for stopping by!

Paulina on 13 de diciembre de 2014, 17:49 dijo...

Thanks for stopping by.

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