NetGalley Check In #17

Hey everyone!

It’s time for a NetGalley check in (THE LAST ONE OF THE YEAR!), where I share my feedback ratio, and the books I have on my NetGalley shelves.


CURRENT FEEDBACK RATIO: 80%

Which is a 2% increase from my last check in. I HAVE FINALLY REACHED THE 80% RATIO!!!


Books To Read:

1 – The Four Symbols by Giacometti & Ravenne

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2 – Good & Evil by Giacometti & Ravenne

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

3 – Magpie by Sophie Draper

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4 – Artists’ Letters by Michael Bird

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5 – Smashed by Andy Robb


6 – The Shadow Man by Helen Fields

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

7 – Ask No Questions by Claire Allan

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

8 – Who Took Eden Mulligan? by Sharon Dempsey

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

9 – Her Last Holiday by C.L. Taylor

PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

Reviewed Since My Last Check In:

1 – Blood Metal Bone by Lindsay Cummings

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PURCHASE HERE (affiliate links): Amazon UKWaterstonesBook Depository

READ MY 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. I’ve got to 82% but I think I might be sliding backwards because I’ve requested so many lately while not getting as many reviews up – definitely planning on changing that in the next few months. There are some great sounding books here – I hope the ones you haven’t yet read are all brilliant!

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