NetGalley Check In #10

Hey everyone!

It’s time for a NetGalley check in, where I share my feedback ratio, and the books I have on my NetGalley shelves.


CURRENT FEEDBACK RATIO: 76%

Which is the same since my last check in.


Books To Read:

1 – The Four Symbols by Giacometti & Ravenne

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstones

2 – Good & Evil by Giacometti & Ravenne

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

3 – Magpie by Sophie Draper

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

4 – Artists’ Letters by Michael Bird

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

5 – Smashed by Andy Robb


6 – The Shadow Man by Helen Fields

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

7 – The Open House by Sam Carrington

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

8 – Blood Metal Bone by Lindsay Cummings

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

9 – Ask No Questions by Claire Allan

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UK, Waterstones, Book Depository

Read But Not Yet Reviewed:

1 – The Cousins by Karen M. McManus

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

Reviewed Since My Last Check In:

1 – The Chalet by Catherine Cooper

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

YOU CAN FIND MY FULL REVIEW HERE!


How is your NetGalley ratio doing?
Are any of these on your to read shelf too?
Have you read any of these? If yes, what did you think?

Let me know in the comments!


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  1. My ratio is about the same as yours. I finally had it just over 80% and Harlequin Trade sent around their blog tour widgets which blew the ration up. Oh, well! The Cousins was so good wasn’t it?

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