I'm gearing up for some serious reading over the holiday. Short week = lots of extra reading time. Until my family starts protesting, anyway. :P
What We Saw at Night by Jacquelyn Mitchard - A life-threatening allergy to sunlight? Parkour? And a possible murder to boot? This book is going to be awesome!
Thanks Soho Press!
The Mad Scientist's Daughter by Cassandra Rose Clarke - Okay, so I haven't read The Assassin's Curse yet, but I've heard wonderful things. And this book has robots. Yep, we're gonna get along just fine...
Thanks Angry Robot/Strange Chemistry!
Also Known As by Robin Benway - A spy novel! Featuring a teenage safecracker working with her parents! Sounds like good times. :P
Thanks Bloomsbury USA Children's Books!
Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill - Of course I had to add this beauty to my collection...it was my favorite contemporary of the year.
Soul Screamers Volume 2 by Rachel Vincent - I'm pretty much just adding this to my shelf for the pretty-factor. And, I love having a complete set of books.
Reached by Ally Condie - Ah, it's almost over! This isn't my favorite series, and Crossed definitely wasn't my favorite sequel ever, but I still need to know how it ends. And who Cassia's heart belongs to in the end. #TeamXander
The Nightmare Garden by Caitlin Kittredge - I really enjoyed The Iron Thorn audiobook (d'oh...just realized I still need to review that!), but this one was 2 credits on Audible, so I held off on getting it. That and I was waiting till closer to the release of the third book. But then I saw that the price dropped to 1 credit, so I snagged it. I still might wait to listen, though.
Why can't I stop requesting books? For that matter, why can't I stop buying them?!?