The Story Siren.
See, I told you it was epic. Okay, so it was only five books. But I have SO many books to get read by the end of this month. I just hope that I can get them all done!
The Duff by Kody Keplinger-This book has been on my radar for a while, and when I saw it I picked it up, without thinking about it. It was that easy.
Jane by April Linder- I have heard that this is a modern day retelling of Jane Eyre, which I haven't read, and I really really want to. I actually wanted to read Jane Eyre before this one, but this was just sitting on the shelf calling my name-I may not read it yet. We'll see.
Clarity by Kim Harrington- This book is on my wishlist and has been for a while. This is another one that I saw sitting on the shelf, and picked up without thought. I can't wait to get to it.
Rot & Ruin by Jonathan Maberry- I received Dust & Decay a couple months ago from Simon and Schuster, but I had never read Rot & Ruin. I have never read a zombie book before (I am not sure it's my thing), but Ashley over at The Bookish Brunette was raving about this one (the day I picked it up actually), also Pam over at Midnyte Reader had good things to say about it. So this is also high up on my list of books to read.
The Romantics by Galt Neiderhoffer- This was the book I originally went to the library to pick up. I had put a hold on it. I saw the trailer for the movie adaptation of this book, and I wanted to read the book. So now I have it, and have no idea if I'll get to it. Hopefully I can get to it.
This is a poster of Divergent by Veronica Roth- My local library is having this wicked cool contest. The poster is made up of many other mini pictures, and the pictures are YA book covers. There is a chance to win the poster all you have to do is name the poster and the author, and also name five titles that made up the poster's image. I thought this was a fantastic concept. It was only open to 13-17 years old (boo erns). But I tried anyway.
The Divergent poster consisted of:
-Uglies by Scott Westerfeld
-The Piper's Son by Melina Marchetta
-Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins
-Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton, and
-The Sweet Far Thing by Libba Bray
There were three other posters as well. City of Fallen Angels, Speak and another one about a Scorpion that I had never heard of.
I thought this was really cool, and I wanted to share it with you all. Please make sure to leave a link to your mailboxes so that I can take a look.
~Happy Reading Everyone!