#ARCstravaganza is hosted by the wonderful ladies of YA and Wine and The Clever Reader– Krysti and Sarah respectively – where each week, we showcase one of the best perks of being a book blogger – those glorious ARCs – on our blogs, Instagrams, or both! And when you participate? You’ll be entered to win a YA ARC each month! How cool is that? Find out more about it here!
I present this week’s feature ARC without further ado…
All The Ways The World Can End by Abby Sher
Lenny (short for Eleanor) feels like the world is about to end. Her best friend is moving to New York City to attend Julliard and her dad has terminal cancer. To cope with her stress Lenny is making a list of all the ways the world can end—designer pathogens, blood moon prophecies, alien invasion—and stockpiling supplies in a bunker in the backyard. Then she starts to develop feelings for her dad’s very nice young doctor—and she thinks he may have feelings for her too. Spoiler alert: he doesn’t. But a more age-appropriate love interest might. In a time of complete uncertainty, one thing’s for sure: Lenny’s about to see how everything is ending and beginning. All at the same time.
I won this in a Goodreads giveaway, and it was one of those books that I had added to my TBR while I was down the TBR rabbit hole. I was just adding 2017 books left and right because they were recommending it to me left and right and somehow this book added on my TBR without me really realizing it. However, it sounded pretty cool and interesting- and I mean, there is the world alien in it.
The end result is a still a bit unclear, but I mean, I just had to showcase that cover. It’s SO COOL. I just stare at it a lot. And I mean, like, a lot. And that blue is literally the perfect blue to help complete a necessary book rainbow. So, I mean, yay?
Also, fun fact: the real cover on Goodreads has a head in the final cover. I have no head on the ARC. And that just makes it feel so much cooler – and so Sleepy Hollow. XD And now I’m a bit concerned here about myself.
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