Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman and Human.4 by Mike A. Lancaster

In need of a new way to showcase titles, I decided that My Book Haul seems like a good fit. I like giving books a little special attention as sometimes it can be awhile before I’m able to review them. Sad to say, but some get put on the shelf and gather a little dust before I’m able to give them the love they deserve. I’ve included links to Goodreads if you want more information on the books.

For Review:

Was thrilled when the publisher offered to send me a review copy of Neil Gaiman’s newest book! I’m a huge Gaiman fan, so really looking forward to reading this one. And it’s short stories! I love short stories! *swoon*
Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman

Multiple award winning, #1 New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman returns to dazzle, captivate, haunt, and entertain with this third collection of short fiction following Smoke and Mirrors and Fragile Things–which includes a never-before published American Gods story, “Black Dog,” written exclusively for this volume. (Goodreads)

Swapped:

While I’m not longer an active participant on PaperbackSwap.com, I still receive emails whenever one of the books on my wishlist becomes available. I still have credits, so received this book in the mail about a week after accepting the offer. Not sure when I’ll get to it, but it still sounds like a good read.

Human.4 by Mike A. Lancaster

Human.4 by Mike A. Lancaster

Kyle Straker volunteered to be hypnotized at the annual community talent show, expecting the same old lame amateur acts. But when he wakes up, his world will never be the same. Televisions and computers no longer work, but a strange language streams across their screens. Everyone’s behaving oddly. It’s as if Kyle doesn’t exit.

Is this nightmare a result of the hypnosis? Will Kyle wake up with a snap of fingers to roars of laughter? Or is this something much more sinister? Narrated on a set of found cassette tapes at an unspecified point in the future, Human.4 is an absolutely chilling look at technology gone too far. (Goodreads)

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