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United We Spy by Ally Carter-9/17/13
It's out today!!! Except, it's a week until I'll read it. I have to wait to buy it until I go to the signing in Naperville. And I'm going to meet Ally Carter. Oh. My. Word. That's still sinking in. I'm going to meet the Ally Carter.
Time After Time by Tamara Ireland Stone-10/8/13
Another sequel I'm looking forward to. Tamara Ireland Stone creates beautiful prose, and I'm excited to see where Anna and Bennett's story goes next.
House of Hades by Rick Riordan-10/8/13
We've been left on a literal cliffhanger for a year. I've waited long enough. :P
The Captive Maiden by Melanie Dickerson-10/22/13
Cinderella mixed with Ivanhoe. An historical retelling of a fairytale with Christianity beautifully woven in so it's not cliche. I just hope the release date doesn't get pushed back, like The Fairest Beauty's was.
Allegiant by Veronica Roth-10/22/13
I'm just glad I was late to the Divergent fandom so my wait hasn't been as long. But in the few short months since I read Insurgent, I've been dying. That cliffhanger...I feel like it's driving me crazy!
The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes-11/5/13
I think I heard about this book on Twitter, and I've anxiously been awaiting it, in hopes that it'll be good.
Relic by Heather Terrell-10/29/13
Okay, technically, I've already read this, but I need to reread it again before I review it. But I was definitely looking forward to reading it, and I wasn't disappointed. My only complaint at the moment-the synopsis says it's for fans of Game of Thrones and The Hunger Games. I hate it when synopses do that.
4 to 16 Characters by Kelly Hourihan-11/7/13
I found this book on NetGalley, and I've already sent it to my Kindle app. The whole concept has me intrigued (although the cover is a bit lacking), so I hope it's as good as it seems. It's definitely a book I want to give a try.
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman - already released
So I've heard good things about Seraphina. It's in my stack of library books at home, and I plan to read it soon!
The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau - already released
I saw The Testing on the shelf at my local bookstore and decided to give it a try. It, too, is in my library stack, so hopefully I'll get to it soon, in between all the new books, all the other library books, the ARCs, and the 5 million rereads.