Today I’m so excited to share with you some new book post which came from the lovely people at Harper360YA about a week ago or so! This parcel is extra special as I was gifted not only a physical copy of a book I had my eye on for a while, but also a digital copy of a sequel to a book I really enjoyed two years ago and couldn’t wait to read! First let’s see what Harper360YA sent because it’s more than just a book this time, and a huge thank you to them for sending this!…
Doesn’t it look lovely? A copy of a book proof, a bookmark and their catalogue of 2022 young adult titles which I’ve enjoyed perusing already! I love that bookmark by the way! And now let’s find out more about the book I will be reading very soon…
How to Date a Superhero (And Not Die Trying) by Cristina Fernandez – Falling for a superhero is dangerous. You’ll have to trust that they’ll catch you.
Astrid had the perfect plan for her first years at college, but that was before she starting dating Max Martin. Max doesn’t keep to her schedule. He disappears in the middle of dates and cancels last-minute with stupid excuses. When a supervillain breaks into her dorm room one night, Astrid has to face the facts: Her boyfriend, Max Martin, is a superhero. Double-majoring as a pre-med was hard, but now Astrid will have to balance a double life. This wasn’t part of her plan.
Doens’t that book description sould so brilliant! 😀 The other book I got was only available as a digital copy, and I have to say a second thank you to those at the publisher because I was a bit cheeky in begging them for both books and they just offered me this one last week for download. It’s the sequel to Clown in a Cornfield by Adam Cesare (which is the first book I ever read from Harper360YA! 😀 ) and I can’t wait for the horror to continue. I think this cover is so much better than the last, so much more creepy, here it is…
Clown in a Cornfield 2: Frendo Lives by Adam Cesare – After barely making it out of the Kettle Springs cornfields alive, Quinn’s first year away at college should be safe and easy. All she wants is to be normal again.
But instead, Quinn finds that her past won’t leave her alone when she becomes the focus of online conspiracy theories that claim the Kettle Springs Massacre never happened. It’s a deranged but relentless fantasy, and there’s nothing Quinn can do to get people to hear the truth—not even on her own campus or in her own dorm room.
So when a murderous clown attacks Quinn at a frat party while another goes after her father in Kettle Springs at the same time, Quinn realizes that the facts alone are never going to save her. Her only option is to go back into the cornfields, back where the nightmare began, to set the record straight the only way she knows how. Because when the truth gets lost in the lies, that’s when people start to die.
Doesn’t it look so creepy! Why I like something this creepy I don’t know😅 but I’m so keen to see what happens to the characters in the story! 🙂
I’ll be reviewing these books as soon as possible. I have another Harper360YA book review coming up here soon so please do look out for all of these. Let me know whether you like horror stories or creepy covers?
Do you like the sound of these books? What books are you reading? Let me know what you think in the comments below 🙂