Favorites on Sale: June 5, 2022

Every Sunday I scroll through the featured Kindle Deals on Amazon to see if there are any new books I’d like to grab, and whether any old favorites are available at a steal. Remember that while I do link to Amazon here, the deal is usually only available on Sunday, and its also possible that the sale exists via price matching through other sources if you prefer to shop elsewhere.

Today, June 5, 2022, you can find the following Angry Angel Books reviewed books on Kindle deal:

Recursion by Blake Crouch
Angry Angel Books Review
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Reviewer’s Note: This book has stuck with me for a very long time. Crouch is a master of science fiction writing. If you enjoy this one you should also pick up another Angry Angel Books favorite: Dark Matter.

Broken (in the best possible way) by Jenny Lawson
Angry Angel Books Review
Amazon Link
Reviewer’s Note: While my review of this book is mixed, die hard fans of Lawson will find more of everything they have always loved. I think that’s the downside of being a famous blogger-turned-published author: when you post once in awhile on a blog it feels fresher than getting the same message over and over in book form, making the blog format feel very repetitive out of its element.

A Court of Mist and Fury (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2) by Sarah J. Maas
Angry Angel Books Review
Amazon Link
Reviewers Note: This is the last book Maas wrote before she took a hard left into writing unreadable softcore porn (the bad news being that all the books that follow in this series are…not great). It’s the strongest of all the books she was writing at the time, which also includes her Throne of Glass series. Read A Court of Thorns and Roses, then read this one, then just know that everything turns out okay in the end. If you need more convincing, check out my review of A Court of Wings and Ruin. But this book? AMAZING.

This Sunday also has a few other books I’ve read and enjoyed, but before I began my blog: Room by Emma Donoghue and Bossypants by Tina Fey. Emma Donoghue also wrote The Pull of the Stars, which was absolutely fantastic and heartbreaking, so if you read that after reading my review, Room should probably get put on your TBR as well. Fair warning though, Room has quite a bit of trauma/abuse so read carefully.

Have a great week!


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