Books On My Fall 2013 TBR List:
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week they have a different Top Ten list topic that a bunch of bloggers take and make their own list of those things. This week is Top Ten books on my fall 2013 TBR list.
This list is going to be split into three sections: books that haven't been released yet, books that were just released and that I have on hold, and books that I should have read a long time ago.
Books That Haven't Been Released Yet:
I. NEED. THIS. BOOK. NOW. After the cliffhanger that is Mark of Athena (why, oh, why does that phrase always sound like a pun) I have been dying for more Percy Jackson. Now we are so very close.
2. The Girl Who Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in Two
I loved the other two books in this series. I'm very much looking forward to more beautiful writing and more September and Saturday and Wyverary.
I loved Unwind and Unwholly was even better. I have a feeling that this series is just going to keep getting better and better.
Who ISN'T freaking excited for this book? I don't want this series to end, but OH MAN, I want to know what is happening outside the flipping fence.
I really loved Crewel and there was a major cliffhanger at the end. I'm excited to see where it all goes.
Books That Just Came Out That I'm Going to Read Really Soon:
This book actually comes out this today and I'm pretty pumped to read it. I've heard really great things about it (not to mention a really positive review from one of my favorite authors). I've heard the world-building is pretty dense, but I'm more than okay with that.
I adored Rainbow Rowell's style in Eleanor & Park. I am also a bit of a fangirl. So I have every hope for this book. I've also heard fantastic things about it.
I love Robyn Schneider and her youtube channel, so I just knew that I had to get my hands on her book. It's been compared to John Green's books in terms of humor and prose. That paired with the rave reviews I've heard all adds up to me dying to read it.
Books I Should Have Read a Long Time Ago:
This book has had so many people professing their love for it that for a long time I was kind of nervous to jump into it. But now that the movie is coming out I think it's finally time to get on it. I know I'm probably going to love it, so I just need to do it.
This series has intrigued me for a long time. Now that I've read The Diviners by Libba Bray I know that I love her writing style. So I'm more excited to finally get on this series. Plus I love historical-based fantasy, so it's a no-brainer for me.