Netgalley is an amazing platform for bloggers. They give you a chance to get ARCs from upcoming books. So far I’ve read a lot of amazing books early. Today I want to look at my Netgalley backlist. They recommend a feedback rate of 80%. I’m a little over 60%, but there are some books I’ve had since I started my account over a year ago!
Kiss Me in New York – Catherine Rider I think I’ve mentuoned this book a few times in different posts, but I still haven’t gotten around to reading it! JFK on Christmas Eve says enough I think. Hopefully I will get to this before Christmas. Kiss Me in New York is less than 200 pages, so that won’t take long to finish!
Kids Like Us – Hilary Reyl This book was released almost two years ago and I really haven’t heard a lot of people talking about it. The main character on an autism spectrum falls for a girl who he thinks is real-life incarnation of a character in his favorite book. I haven’t read a book like this, so I am really curious.
Inspired – Susan Schaefer Bernardo I love stories where the main character finds out their family is more than it seems. For example in this one dives in Greek Mythology. Inspired was released over a year ago and only has 38 reviews on Goodreads. I can’t wait to find out what I will think!
Going Places – Kathryn Berla I can’t imagine what it’s like when your father is killed when you’re so young. Of course, that really impacts your life and sometimes motivation. It seems like this will be a story where there main character finds his way!
More Than We Can Tell – Brigid Kemmerer This one sounds like it’s going to be so good! I really want to read Letters to the Lost first. his may not be a series, but I know it’s a kind of companion novel! A few people I know loved this story, so I’m sure I will as well!
Today I’m going to stick with the first five of the older than 3 months books on Netgalley. Keep an eye out for the next two posts that will be added! I’m curious though, have you ever read any of these? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!