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Cover Love

We’ve rounded up another batch of book covers that we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is. . . The Library of the Unwritten by A. J. Hackwith.

Click on each cover to read the full book description, request (or wish for) the title, and cast your vote for the cover. If you’ve read these books, don’t forget to share feedback with the publisher and with your friends & followers.

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Indie Next List

July edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the July Indie Next list. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

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Top Ten Books from UK – August 2019

Once a month that was known for being slow in publishing, August is now a busy time for great books. This selection shows some incredible titles that will be lighting up the second half of the year, so Request now — and don’t forget to leave your feedback!

The Nickel Boys
Colson Whitehead
Fleet
UK Edition

Colson Whitehead’s multiple prize winning, bestselling novel The Underground Railroad was one of the standout novels of that last decade. This follow up is just as persuasive – and equally important.

The Nickel Academy purports to be an institution of the first order. It is nothing of the sort, as Turner and Curtis find out to their horror. A masterpiece of sustained tension, friendship, race and power, The Nickel Boys is an unforgettable novel that could not be more timely.

The Turn of the Key
Ruth Ware
Harvill Secker
UK Edition

Ruth Ware is one of the most consistent crime writers in the UK, and this latest slice of psychological suspense is her best yet. It’s the dream job. But it soon becomes a nightmare.

Sea Witch Rising
Sarah Henning
HarperCollins Children's Books
UK Edition

This imaginative retelling of The Little Mermaid is sure to captivate and delight. Alia has made a deal with the Sea Witch: to give up her life as a mermaid. But her wish has grave consequences…

The Memory Police
Yoko Ogawa
Harvill Secker
UK Edition

From Yoko Ogawa comes a dystopian novel that bears comparison to The Handmaid’s Tale. On the island, memories are policed. But what if you stop forgetting?

The Art of Dying
Ambrose Parry
Canongate
UK Edition

This Victorian-set mystery is a follow-up to the brilliant The Way of All Flesh, and is one of the freshest crime novels you’ll read this year. Clever, atmospheric and entrancing.

The Girl at the Window
Rowan Coleman
Ebury Press
UK Edition

Rowan Coleman writes so well about the mysteries of life and love, and The Girl At the Window is an evocative and immersive novel of hope and family. And at its heart is Ponden Hall…

The Heart of the Circle
Keren Landsman
Angry Robot
UK Edition

A singular and arresting urban fantasy, The Heart of the Circle is compelling, strange and beguiling. In a world divided, it falls to Reed to make sense of the battle between the sorcerers…

How to Have Meaningful Conversations
Sarah Rozenthuler
Watkins Publishing
UK Edition

Practical and brightly written, this book provides a seven-step plan to help anyone boost the effectiveness of their communications. It is easy to follow and contains great advice for everyone.

The Warehouse
Rob Hart
Bantam Press
UK Edition

Already a huge hit on NetGalley, The Warehouse is shaping up to be the big futuristic thriller of 2019. In a ravaged America, run by the online giant, Cloud, Paxton’s life is changed forever…

The Man Who Saw Everything
Deborah Levy
Hamish Hamilton
UK Edition

The case could be made for Deborah Levy as the most inventive of English novelists. This superlative new novel about new and old Europe shows exactly why she is so revered.

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Cover Love

We’ve rounded up another batch of book covers that we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is. . . The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell.

Click on each cover to read the full book description, request (or wish for) the title, and cast your vote for the cover. If you’ve read these books, don’t forget to share feedback with the publisher and with your friends & followers.

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Library Reads

LibraryReads List

July 2019

LibraryReads has announced their July 2019 list that librarians across the country loved. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the LibraryReads site.

If you are a librarian, you can nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley – learn more here!

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Indie Next List

Indie Next List — June 2019

June edition

The American Booksellers Association has announced the selections for the June Indie Next list. You can request many of these titles on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the ABA site

If you are a bookseller, you can nominate titles for the Indie Next list via NetGalley, and receive special access to new galleys via the Digital White Box program. Sign up today!

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Top Ten Books from UK – July 2019

A blitz of summer reading here, introducing the best that July has to offer. There’s something for everyone, so request away, and don’t forget to leave your reviews — we really want to know what you think!

Beneath The Surface
Fiona Neill
Michael Joseph
UK Edition

Another stunning and atmospheric novel on the intricacies of family life from the bestselling author of The Betrayalsand The Good Girl.

Everyone’s talking about Grace Vermuyden’s family. Once it was for all the right reasons – now it’s for all the wrong ones…

A Nearly Normal Family
M.T. Edvardsson
Macmillan
UK Edition

A truly unsettling and brilliantly propulsive narrative, this domestic mystery has at its heart a daughter accused of murder. Did she do it? Or are things more complicated than that?

Three Women
Lisa Taddeo
Bloomsbury Circus
UK Edition

Described as the nonfiction debut of the year, this exceptional work takes the stories of three women to examine the world in which we live now. A stunning, unforgettable achievement.

The Chain
Adrian McKinty
Orion
UK Edition

Adrian McKinty has long been know as one of the great unsung crime writers, and with The Chain, he is set to break into the big time. This is a thriller of peerless quality.

Supper Club
Lara Williams
Hamish Hamilton
UK Edition

After the huge success of Fleabag on television, it’s tempting to compare Supper Club with Phoebe Waller-Bridge; but this is a novel all of its own: one of anger, rage, humour and food…

The Horse Dancer
Jojo Moyes
Hodder & Stoughton
UK Edition

Okay, technically this is not a new book — it was originally published 10 years ago and is being reissued — but it is certainly worth revisiting as Jojo’s trademark romance, wit and heart are all here!

The Travelers
Regina Porter
Jonathan Cape
UK Edition

This epic story of two families in post-war America is a bravura work of emotional resonance. As lives unfold over decades, we are witness to history, both personal and political.

The Escape Room
Megan Goldin
Trapeze
UK Edition

Lee Child says that this high octane thriller is one of his favourites of the year, and it’s easy to see why. This high-stakes game of murder and deception is impossible to put down.

Becoming Dinah
Kit de Waal
Orion Children's Books
UK Edition

Kit de Waal is one of our most important writers, and her first YA novel is as wonderful as you’d expect. It is a very loose retelling of Moby Dick, except with a teenage girl and a VW van…

Modern Mediterranean
Marc Fosh
Nourish
UK Edition

A blast of sunshine, the radiance of the best ingredients on the plate, Modern Mediterranean is not just a great cookbook full of mouthwatering recipes, but also a tonic. Enjoy!

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News from NetGalley

We hope to see you at BookExpo America & BookCon!


BookExpo America: May 29th – May 31st
BookCon:
June 1st & 2nd
Booth #1348, Javits Center, New York City

The biggest book event of the year is upon us! As always, NetGalley is giving you early access to some of the must-have galleys, so you can get a head start on reading and save room in your tote bag! Whether you’ll be in NYC or watching the buzz from afar, you won’t miss out. Come say hello to us (and our friends at Bookish) at Booth 1348!

Bookish’s Guide to BookCon 2019: The Can’t-Miss Panels, Galleys, and More

P.S. The NetGalley team will be hanging out with Bookish in booth 1348 during BookCon. They’ll have photo ops, collectable buttons, BookishFirst points to win, and more!

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You can still share in the excitement by following NetGalley & Bookish on Instagram
& by downloading the Buzz Books which give you exclusive early looks at the next big thing from favorite authors and hot new discoveries.

At the end of most excerpts, you will find a link to the full galley on NetGalley!

                                                    

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Cover Love

We’ve rounded up another batch of book covers that we love, and we hope you will too. We’ve also gathered all of your cover votes from this month, and your most loved cover is. . . The Wives by Tarryn Fisher.

Click on each cover to read the full book description, request (or wish for) the title, and cast your vote for the cover. If you’ve read these books, don’t forget to share feedback with the publisher and with your friends & followers.

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Library Reads

LibraryReads List

June 2019

LibraryReads has announced their June 2019 list that librarians across the country loved. You can request or wish for the featured titles below on NetGalley right now, and view more information on the LibraryReads site.

If you are a librarian, you can nominate titles for the LibraryReads list via NetGalley – learn more here!

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