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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Out This week Jan 29 - Feb 4

Look at all the wonderful books coming out this week. And this isn't even all of them! :

  • 1.31.12 The Edumacataion of Jay Baker by Jay Clark
  • 1.31.12 Destiny and Deception (13 to Life #4) by Shannon Delaney

  • 2.2.12 The Harbinger by Sara Wilson Eitenne
  • 2.2.12 This One Time with Julia by David Lampson

  • 1.31.12 Incarnate by Jodi Meadows
  • 1.31.12 Wings of the Wicked (Angelfire #2) by Courtney Allison Moulton

  • 1.31.12 The Dead of Winter by Chris Priestley
  • 2.1.12 The Girls of No Return by Erin Saldin

  • 1.31.12 Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
  • 2.1.12 The Boy on Cinnamon Street by Phoebe Stone

Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel

Title: Dearly, Departed
Author: Lia Habel
ISBN: 9780345523310
Publisher: Ballatine Books
Released: October 18, 2011
Page #: 467
Source: My public library

"Love conquers all, so they say. But can Cupid's arrow pierce the hearts of the living and the dead - or rather, the undead? Can a proper young Victorian lady find true love in the arms of a dashing zombie?

The year is 2195. The place is New Victoria - a high-tech nation modeled on the manners, mores, and fashions of an antique era. A teenager in high society, Nora Dearly is far more interested in military history and her country's political unrest than in tea parties and debutante balls. But after her beloved parents die, Nora is left at the mercy of her domineering aunt, a social-climbing spendthrift who has squandered the family fortune and now plans to marry her niece off for money. For Nora, no fate could be more horrible - until she's nearly kidnapped by an army of walking corpses.

But fate is just getting started with Nora. Catapulted from her world of drawing-room civility, she's suddenly gunning down ravenous zombies alongside mysterious black-clad commandos and confronting "The Laz," a fatal virus that raises the dead - and hell along with them. Hardly ideal circumstances. Then Nora meets Bram Griswold, a young soldier who is brave, handsome, and noble... and dead. But as is the case with the rest of his special undead unit, luck and modern science have enabled Bram to hold on to his mind, his manners, and his body parts. And when his bond of trust with Nora turns to tenderness, there's no turning back. Eventually, they know, the disease will win, separating the star-crossed lovers forever. But until then, beating or not, their hearts will have what they desire."
First Lines:

"I was buried alive.
When the elevator groaned to a stop in the middle of the rocky shaft, I knew I was buried alive. Trapped thousands of feet below the earth's surface and hundreds above the bottom of the shaft, dangling in the dimly lit ten- by ten-foot cage over the black bowels of the very mine I had been so bloody relieved to get work in."
Page 3

This book was so much better than I anticipated. Not that I thought it would be bad - but you never know what you're going to get when you completely choose a book based on its cover. Seriously, what a gorgeous cover. How can you not be intrigued?!

It is a post-apocalyptic story that is headed into another apocalypse. Can you even process that?! The world has already been ravaged and the ones that are left are all along the equator. There are some who survived that want to revive honorable society - others just want to survive. At some point along the way, this virus starts that keeps people from dying fully... becoming zombies. Some are good and some are mindless people-eaters. Nora's father has dedicated his life to saving these people (not that she knew about it). And she soon finds herself fully thrown into their world - and finding impossible love among the dead.

So... Central and South America are the setting for this novel. I had to remind myself of that at every turn. All of the ideals and society stuff are so very Victorian England (hence the whole New Victoria name), but it was really hard to transfer those to a new setting for me. Though - serious props to the author for pulling it together and for the extremely original idea.

I'm just gonna say that there were parts of this story that scared the bejesus out of me! I truly shouldn't have read some of it before going to bed. My bad. But it definitely has that horror element that I know a lot of teen readers get into. But perhaps my imagination is too vivid... I was shaking in my booties. In a good way, of course!

The romance is what really got me into this story - that's what pulled me in so hard. It's really a beautiful story about doomed love. How heartbreaking is it to fall in love with someone who has only a few years left to live - or to be undead. Either way. It's an amazing thought and I know it's one of the things that got me very emotionally invested in the whole story.

Could you possibly have a more kick ass heroine? I think not. Nora is totally my idol right now. She has been raised in high society, but was recently orphaned. She only has her friend Pam to count on. Then she gets kidnapped (supposedly) while finding herself in a battle for her life. She's calm, calculating, intelligent, and much more. I wish I could be more like her. I'm pretty sure if I found out there were zombies taking over, I'd have a panic attack... or ten. Toward the end of the story, I was hoping we would see more of the kick ass side of Nora, but it drops off a little. I hope to see more from her in the next book.

Speaking of next book, I honestly CANNOT wait for this one to come out. You're not left on a cliffhanger, really. There's a full conclusion, but there's definitely a taste for what is to come. Unfortunately, I have to wait until September. But here's to crossing my fingers for ARCs to come along! I'm not holding my breath. I just know the next book is going to be just as amazing.

I can already think of all the people I will be recommending this book to. I'd say if you're really easily frightened, then this might not be the book for you. Everyone else? Read it. Seriously. You will not regret it. I know the image on the front of the book is decidedly girly, but there's so much to the story that I know guys will like it too. I mean, zombie wars? Come on. It doesn't get more dude than that. Anyway, read it. I know you'll love it.
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (89)

Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's what I'm waiting on this week...

Cross My Heart
by Sasha Gould
To be released: March 13, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"Venice, 1585.
When 16-year-old Laura della Scala learns that her older sister, Beatrice, has drowned, she is given no time to grieve. Instead, Laura's father removes her from the convent where he forcibly sent her years earlier and orders her to marry Beatrice's fiancĂ©, a repulsive old merchant named Vincenzo. Panicked, Laura betrays a powerful man to earn her way into the Segreta, a shadowy society of women who deal in only one currency—secrets. The Segreta seems like the answer to Laura's prayers. The day after she joins their ranks, Vincenzo is publicly humiliated and conveniently exiled. Soon, however, Laura begins to suspect that her sister's death was not a tragic accident but a cold-blooded murder—one that might involve the Segreta and the women she has come to trust."

Honestly, the cover of this book caught my eye because I love masks. I collected them for a little while - and I just think they're gorgeous. And to find out this novel is set in Venice is even better. I think this sounds like it has a great mysterious and secretive story that I would love. Can't wait!

What are you waiting on this week?

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Last Breath by Rachel Caine

Title: Last Breath (Morganville Vampires #11)
Author: Rachel Caine
ISBN: 9780451234872
Publisher: New American Library
Released: October 31, 2011
Page #: 335
Source: My public library

"Morganville, Texas, is a small college town that's had its share of problems, thanks to a sometimes volatile mix of human and vampire residents. But there is a new threat in town, and he's turning vampires from predators into prey...

With her boss preoccupied researching the Founder Houses in Morganville, student Claire Danvers is left to her own devices when she learns that three vampires have vanished without a trace.

She soon discovers that the last person seen with one of the missing vampires is someone who has just moved to town - a mysterious individual named Magnus. After an uneasy encounter with Morganville's newest resident, Claire is certain Magnus isn't merely human. But is Magnus a vampire - or something else entirely?

One thing is clear: Magnus is to blame for the disappearances. And if vampires are turning into victims, what chance does a human like Claire have?
First Lines:

"Shane's lips felt like velvet against the name of her neck, and Claire shivered in delight as his breath warmed the skin there. She leaned back against him with a sigh. Her boyfriend's body felt solid and safe, and his arms went around her, wrapping her in comfort."
Page 3

Just to put your minds at ease, that first line up there doesn't lead quite where you expect it to. I promise it's not as dirty as it sounds. Of course, that's mostly for those of you who haven't read this series yet. And if you haven't, what are you doing reading a review for the 11th book in the series? Silliness... go read the first ten and come back to me :). If you keep reading this, I'm sure there will be spoiler-y-ness.

So... eleven books. This one has the tables turned, for sure. The vampires in Morganville are no longer at the top of the food chain. And that is making the town fall apart and the vampires are running scared. Which, apparently, is what they've always done. This unknown threat is something that has followed them around for hundreds of years. Only now it has its sights set on Morganville. Of course, Claire and her friends have to rescue the town - per usual!

While this story starts out just like all of the others - the comfortable world of Morganville, Texas. Things are predictable in their unpredictability. Michael and Eve are wedding planning and the town is in an uproar because of it. The humans are starting to stand up for themselves - but they aren't aware of what is about to happen to the vampires. Shane and Claire realize what is going on, but they don't know what to do to stop it.

I'm trying not to spoil the story, but there's something that happens in the middle of this book that was shocking. I really thought it was going to change the whole course of the rest of the Morganville Vampires books. It didn't really pan out like I thought it would, but it was an interesting turn of events. Unfortunately, that doesn't have anything to do with the main crux of the story - the whole vampires under attack thing. Well, kind of... but not really. I hope it comes around in the next story.

Anyway, so there's a new baddy in town and it takes over. Amelie tries to run and take all the vamps with her... That's all I can tell you. The concept is very interesting - and it answers a lot of questions I've had about previous books. Such as... why in the world would vampires choose a sunny, dry place to live? You'd think they would like mostly overcast and lots of darkness. This book answers that question and more.

I really did enjoy having chapters from other points of view. I know the previous book did this as well, but it puts a whole new spin on the story. I'm probably wrong, but I think it was the first time to get Amelie's view - and that's a scary place to be! Well, frightening... not scary. She's not one I would ever want to come face-to-face with, for sure.

Okay, that's all I can give you without giving away the story. If you haven't read this series yet, I definitely recommend it. It's not one that I long for the next book - but once I'm in the story, I'm so glad I haven't given it up. It just keeps getting better. I'll definitely be looking for the next one, there are more questions yet to be answered!
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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (88)

Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's what I'm waiting on this week...

Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters
by Meredith Zeitlin
To be released: March 01, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"Let's say you're fourteen and live in New York City. You'd think your life would be like a glamorous TV show, right? And yet . . . You don't have a checking account, much less a personal Black American Express card. You've never been to a club, and the only couture in your closet is a Halloween costume your mom made from an old laundry bag.

In other words? You're Kelsey Finkelstein - fourteen and frustrated. Every time she tries to live up to her awesome potential, her plans are foiled. Kelsey wants to rebrand herself for high school to make the kind of mark she knows is her destiny. But just because Kelsey has a plan for greatness . . . it doesn't mean the rest of the world is in on it.

Kelsey's hilarious commentary and sardonic narration of her freshman year will have readers laughing out loud - while being thankful that they're not in her shoes, of course."

I think this book looks absolutely hilarious. I could really use something this light hearted at the moment. I'll definitely be looking for this one in the next couple of months.

What are you waiting on this week?

Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Vespertine by Saundra Mitchell

Title: The Vespertine
Author: Saundra Mitchell
ISBN: 9780547482477

Publisher: Harcourt
Published: March 07, 2011
Page #: 293
Source: My public library

"The summer of 1889 is the one between childhood and womanhood for Amelia van den Broek - and thankfully, she's not spending it at home in rural Maine. She's been sent to Baltimore to stay with her stylish cousin, Zora, who will show her all the pleasures of city life and help her find a suitable man to marry.

With diversions ranging from archery in the park to dazzling balls and hints of forbidden romance, Victorian Baltimore is more exciting than Amelia imagined. But her gaiety is interrupted by disturbing, dreamlike visions she has only at sunset - visions that offer glimpses of the future. Soon, friends and strangers alike call on Amelia to hear her prophecies. Newly dubbed 'Maine's Own Mystic,' Amelia is suddenly quite in demand.

However, her attraction to Nathaniel, an artist who is decidedly outside of Zora's circle, threatens the new life Amelia is building in Baltimore. This enigmatic young man is keeping secrets of his own - still, Amelia finds herself irrepressibly drawn to him. And while she has no trouble seeing the futures of others, she cannot predict whether Nathaniel will remain in hers.

When one of her darkest visions comes to pass, Amelia's world is thrown into chaos. And those around her begin to wonder if she's not the seer of dark portents, but the cause of them."
First Lines:

"I woke un Oakhaven, entirely ruined.
The ballad notes of a quadrille lingered on my skin, remnants of a chaine anglaise danced only in slumber. I heard a velvet voice against my cheek, and I burned in the dark and dreaming light of his eyes."
Page 3

It seems like it's been a while since I've read a good historical novel. This was the perfect mix of mystery, history, and fantasy - very well done.

We get a peek into the life of Amelia - as she spends her summer with her cousin in Baltimore. Zora is outgoing, worldly, and beautiful. They immediately become friends and start sharing secrets. Amelia's secret is that she sees visions at sunset. The girls use this to become famous around town - which does nothing for her marriage prospects. Not that it matters, she's already got her sights set on the most inappropriate guy. He's an artist... and broke.

Speaking of the girls' love interests - I wish there was more in this story about the guys. Of course, then it would throw off the whole point of view thing. But I would definitely read something that delves more into their lives. Each of them has something very interesting about them... one is a doctor's assistant (his father...), one is a painter - and sometimes paints dead people - and has powers of his own... and so much more. There are other normal-ish guys in the story as well, but I think the author did a good job getting my interest piqued about these characters.

There were a couple of things that had me confused. Specifically, the beginning. I do realize that the book starts farther in the future and all of the drama has already happened. But it took me a little while to get to that realization and was therefore confused for a bit. And a little ps about that future stuff... I wanna punch her brother in the face. Seriously. What a jerk.

Ahem, anyway... there's something so magical about Victorian times - at least in books. And to throw in actual magical events make it even better. I did feel like Amelia was being used by Zora to further her popularity, but that didn't seem like a big deal in the book. But I kinda felt bad for her - that she was being taken advantage of.

Though there were a couple of confusing things, I really did enjoy this book. I plan on recommending it to anyone who is a fan of historical fantasies. The ending was almost exactly what I wanted - and what I expected. A good ending can really make a book for me. I've seen that there is a companion novel coming out soon and I cannot wait to get my hands on it! Give this one a shot if you love the Libba Bray historical series (Great and Terrible Beauty) - I think you'll love this one too.
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Thursday, January 12, 2012

Department 19 by Will Hill

Title: Department 19
Author: Will Hill
ISBN: 9781595144065
Publisher: Razorbill
Released: March 29. 2011
Page #: 540
Source: My public library

"In an underground supernatural battle that's been raging for over a century, the stakes have just been raised.

When Jamie Carpenter's mother is kidnapped, he finds himself dragged into Department 19, the government's most secret agency.

Fortunately for Jamie, Department 19 can provide the tools he needs to find his mother, and to kill the vampires who want him dead. But unfortunately for everyone, something much older is stirring, something even Department 19 can't stand up against..."
First Lines:

"Jamie Carpenter was watching TV in the living room when he heard the tires of his dad's car crunch across the gravel driveway much, much earlier than usual. Jamie looked at the clock on the wall above the TV and frowned. It was a quarter past six."
Page 10

Just to give you a heads up - this is a monster of a book. Well, no puns, really. It's about monsters and it's also humongus. And it took me forever.

So, this is the story of a boy whose father is killed early in his life and he and his mother move around a lot. One day his mother is kidnapped and he finds out what kind of monsters have taken his parents from him. He becomes a part of an elite fighting squad that deal specifically with supernatural terrors. Through them, he sets out to find his mother and bring down whatever monsters cross his path.

Sounds like a tall order for a fourteen year old, doesn't it? There are a few times when he isn't becoming a super soldier that you realize he really is a teenager with angst and crazy emotions. There's also a bit of a crush going on - which really helped me get through the story.

I really appreciated that the vampires were bad and the vampire hunters were good. I know that sounds strange. But we've had so much of the vampire love stuff lately that it's kinda romanced the whole thing. Instead this story goes back to the vamp basics - good vs evil. And there is some serious gore in this book. I mean, I think I was making faces through some parts. Just... gruesome. But you know that means boys will love it :). Me and my librarian brain.

One thing that sort of bothered me about this book was the jumping around in timeline. I do understand that it's necessary to the story - you need those historical figures before you can figure out what's going on today. But you jump from the 1800s to the present to the 1920s to the present. It's a little jarring every time. There is one chapter (the first one, actually) that says it's set in the 1800s. It's not. It's not supposed to say that. I will say that threw me off fiercly. I thought we were going to be time traveling or something because of it.

Okay, so all in all I did enjoy the story. It was super long, but I think you fully got into the character's lives. I really do think this will be best for middle school boys. It's gorey enough, it's actiony enough, it's overall a good story. So, I'll be recommending this one to specific people - maybe not to the general populace :). But I think it will go over really well.
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Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (87)

Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's what I'm waiting on this week...

Fever (The Chemical Gardern Trilogy #2)
by Lauren DeStefano
To be released: February 21, 2012

Summary from Barnes and Noble:
"Rhine and Gabriel may have escaped the beautiful prison of Wither’s mansion, but they are far from escaping danger. First they’re chased for stealing a getaway boat, and then the fleeing pair ends up in the eerie den of Madame, an old woman who collects girls and sells them to the highest bidders. Worst of all, Vaughn, Rhine’s sinister father-in-law, seems to be on her trail every step of the way. Rhine remains determined to get to her brother in Manhattan—but the road they are on is long and perilous.
Now that Rhine has finally regained her freedom, what lengths will she need to go to in order to keep it?"

I really loved the first book in this trilogy. It was a strange but intriguing story and I know the second book is going to be the same way. I really am counting down for this one. Plus, I love the covers of these books - they're pretty without being obvious.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Out This Week Jan 8-14

It looks like there are some great things coming out this week. Check it out..

  • 1.10.12 The Gathering Storm by Robin Bridges (The Katerina Trilogy #1)
  • 1.10.12 Jessica Rules the Dark Side by Beth Fantaskey

  • 1.10.12 The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
  • 1.10.12 The Whole Story of Half a Girl by Veera Hiranandani

  • 1.8.12 Shadow's Edge by Maureen Lipinski
  • 1.10.12 Ditched: A Love Story by Robin Mellom

  • 1.10.12 A Million Suns (Across the Universe #2) by Beth Revis
  • 1.10.12 May B. by Caroline Starr Rose

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Waiting on Wednesday (86)

Waiting on Wednesday" is hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine. Here's what I'm waiting on this week...

Born Wicked (The Cahill Witch Chronicles #1)
by Jessica Spotswood
To be released: February 07, 2012

Summary from Ingram:
"Everybody knows Cate Cahill and her sisters are eccentric. Too pretty, too reclusive, and far too educated for their own good. But the truth is even worse: they're witches. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship--or an early grave. "

It's been a while since I've read a really good witch book. I'm glad to see that this one is coming out soon. The cover is gorgeous and it looks like it's the authors first book. I can't wait to see what happens!

What are you waiting on this week?

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Out This Week Jan 1-7

So many exciting books coming out in the new year! Here are just a few for this week...

  • 1.1.12 Addison Blakely: Confessions of a PK by Betsy St. Amant
  • 1.1.12 What Boys Really Want by Pete Hautman

  • 1.3.12 Dreaming Awake by Gwen Hayes
  • 1.5.12 Love? Maybe. by Heather Hepler

  • 1.3.12 Switched (Trylle #1) by Amanda Hocking
  • 1.3.12 Cinder (Lunar Chronicles #1) by Marissa Meyer

  • 1.1.12 The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis
  • 1.3.12 Charmfall (Dark Elite #3) by Chloe Neill

  • 1.2.12 The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
  • 1.2.12 The Queen of Kentucky by Alecia Whitaker

2012 Debut Author Challenge

It's time to start my third year of the Debut Author Challenge hosted by The Story Siren. I'm so excited to do this again - I read some great authors last year that I would have never picked up. Such a great thing. And anyone can join!

I will be posting the books I read as I read them here in this post. So check back for updates!

Ready to get started!

1. Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
2. Everneath by Brodi Ashton
3. Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin
4. Cinder by Marissa Meyer
5. Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
6. Croak by Gina Damico
7. Embrace by Jessica Shirvington
8. Immortal City by Scott Speer
9. Innocent Darkness by Suzanne Lazear
10. The Sweetest Thing by Christina Mandelski
11. Glitch by Heather Anastasiu
12. The City's Son by Tom Pollock
13. Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris
14. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

100 Books in a Year Challenge

Okay, so last year I kind of made a mess of this challenge. But I know I'll do better this year! Here you will find posted all of my books read in 2012. I'll update it as I finish each title, so check back. This challenge is hosted by the authors of Book Chick City. Check them out!

1. Department Nineteen by Will Hill
2. The Vespertine by Saundra Mitchell
3. Last Breath (Morganville Vampires #11) by Rachel Caine
4. Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel
5. 52 Reasons to Hate My Father by Jessica Brody
6. Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
7. The Pledge by Kimberly Derting
8. The Wednesday Wars by Gary Schmidt
9. She's With the Band by Georgia Clark
10. The Space Between by Brenna Yovanoff
11. Scary School by Derek the Ghost
12. The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch
13. Getting Over Garrett Delaney by Abby McDonald
14. Article 5 by Kristen Simmons
15. Want to Go Private? by Sarah Darer Littman
16. The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler
17. Everneath by Brodi Ashton
18. Freshman Year and Other Unnatural Disasters by Meredith Zeitlin
19. Cinder by Marissa Meyer
20. Soul Thief by Jana Oliver
21. Insurgent by Veronica Roth
22. The Humming Room by Ellen Potter
23. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith
24. Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
25. Croak by Gina Damico
26. Truth by Julia Karr
27. The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
28. The Whole Story of Half a Girl by Veera Hiranandani
29. Entwined by Heather Dixon
30. Heist Society by Ally Carter
31. Uncommon Criminal by Ally Carter
32. The Compound by S.A. Bodeen
33. Fever by Lauren DeStefano
34. Embrace by Jessica Shirvington
35. The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness
36. The List by Siobhan Vivian
37. The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness
38. I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga
39. The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson
40. The Book of Blood and Shadow by Robin Wasserman
41. The Knife and the Butterfly by Ashley Hope Perez
42. Famous for Thirty Seconds by P.G. Kain
43. City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
44. The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa
45. Immortal City by Scott Speer
46. The Selection by Kiera Cass
47. Thumped by Megan McCafferty
48. Innocent Darkness by Suzanne Lazear
49. The Lifeguard by Deborah Blumenthal
50. The Sweetest Thing by Christina Mandelski
51. Masque of the Red Death by Bethany Griffin
52. The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead
53. Glitch by Heather Anastasiu
54. The City's Son by Tom Pollock
55. Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris
56. The Unwritten Rule by Elizabeth Scott
57. Wicked Sweet by Mar'ce Merrell
58. Legend by Marie Lu
59. Forgiven by Jana Oliver
60. The Dark Unwinding by Sharon Cameron
61. Across the Universe by Beth Revis
62. Above by Leah Bobet
63. Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas
64. Breathe by Sarah Crossan
65. Nevermore by James Patterson
66. Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien
67. Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan
68. Pale by Chris Wooding
69. Burn for Burn by Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian
70. Prized by Caragh M. O'Brien
71. Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (Currently Reading)
72. The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa
73. Dear Teen Me edited by Kristin Anderson and Miranda Kenneally
74. Mystic City by Theo Lawrence
75. Beta by Rachel Cohn
76. Magisterium by Jeff Hirsch
77. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
78. Fire by Kristin Cashore
79. Belles by Jen Calonita

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