Petros is the creator & owner of BookNest. He lives in Patrai, Greece, where he works as a betting agent.
In his free time you may find him reading books, watching TV, and participating in Roman orgies (not really).
He also has an infatuation with sloths that others might call unhealthy.
We are happy to hear from authors and publishers, but please keep the following in mind:
01) You must specify to whom of ours reviewers your request is addressed.
02) Due to numerous daily requests, there's a high chance that we may not respond to your email, but don't take that as a sign that you shouldn't contact us for other books in the future.
I only accept physical ARCS/Proofs/manuscripts.
Genres: Fantasy Fiction
I accept physical copies. I make a few exceptions for e-copies only if I've already read and reviewed a book from the same author, but print is strongly preferred.
Genres: Fantasy (Young Adult, New Adult, Adult), Paranormal (Young Adult, New Adult, Adult) & Contemporary Romance (New Adult, Adult, NOT Erotica, NO love triangles).
I accept physical copies. I accept e-books only if I have already read & reviewed a book from the same series or author, but a physical copy is still preferred.
Genres: Adult Epic Fantasy, High Fantasy, Grimdark & Sci-Fi
I accept physical copies. An exception can be made for ebooks if the author is someone whose work I already trust, but physical books are preferable.
Genres: Fantasy is preferred, especially epic fantasy. But other fantasy sub-genres, Urban Fantasy, Christian Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Literary Fiction will be considered.
Physical copies preferred, but all forms will be considered.
Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction, YA, Contemporary, Historical Fiction, Graphic Novel
I only accept ebooks and those which are Kindle compatible.
Genres: Cyberpunk, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Grimdark, and Space Opera.
I prefer physical copies (They look great on camera!) but will also consider ebook copies.
Genres: Epic and Grimdark Fantasy, but I'm open to Science Fiction, SFF Thriller, Urban Fantasy, YA SFF as well.
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Read from May 18 to 22, 2016
Mark Lawrence never fails to surprise me. Five books in the same universe, at the same chronical period, and yet you never get bored of it. He keeps creating plot after plot, layer after layer of political machinations, all eventually combined or intertwined, and proceeds to blow your mind.