If you click on the covers you'll be taken to the goodreads page for each book.
I didn't take my own picture this time around simply because I'm feeling horribly lazy today.
This library haul starts with The Book of Joby by Mark J. Ferrari. I put this one on hold because I read the summary on the library newsletter I get each week and it sounded like it would be an entertaining, funny read. I also seem to enjoy the whole "God and the Devil have made a bet based on the soul of a single human being" type stories.
I'm working my way, albeit slowly, through the various works of Christoper Golden. Soulless will be the third book I've read by him and caught my eye via the summary on Goodreads. I'll note here, for the record that I won't be reading any of Golden's work that is based on television or films. His graphic novels I'm currently on the fence about and will decide on those at a later date.
Another author first for me, I decided to read I, Lucifer after seeing it on that evil library newsletter. Again I was drawn in by the summary; really who doesn't want to read the story of Satan as told by himself while he's stuck in a human body for the summer? Okay maybe not everyone, but it sounded like something I could wrap my brain around for a while.
Gail Tusukiyama is another author that I throughly enjoy reading. I'm also trying to work my way through her body of work as well, so Dreaming Water was next on the list and I finally managed to get my hands on the library's copy. So far I haven't been horribly disappointed by her stories and I hope that trend continues with this book.
So there you have it, my latest haul from the library.