I hate them whilst I can’t live without them.
I long for the simple days when an author would start a story
and stop it all within a manageable (not to mention affordable)
400 plus pages. Now, when I pick up a book,
I’m not only investing in a sequel, but a tri-quel, quad-quel,
and hell there are even those with quintuple-quels!
Not to mention the prequels, extra side stories, books to comics,
the books that explain the worlds, and on and on and on.
*mind goes numb*
Am I complaining?
Do I have a right too?
Cause I lap them all up like a lamb being led to the slaughter.
I freaking love it all.
As of today,
I have pre-ordered multiple books that I just HAVE to read
all of which shall be gracing my life in the Fall of this year.
Each of which will only leave me aching for more.
Why do I do this to myself?
Cause I’m retarded. It’s the only answer I’ve got.
Here are five books that I’m not only waiting with bated breath for
but that I’ve already shelled out the big bucks for.
I know shockingly another Bookworm is in love with
the Casters Chronicles. *rolls eyes dramatically*
After taking part in fragile’s awesome discussion,
my love for the first book, Beautiful Creatures,
grew to epic proportions.
I long to know what will happen to Ethan and Lena next!
What secrets shall we uncover?
What new twists will the story take?
And how many butterflies shall I feel when they kiss once again?!
I’ve got it bad for Patch.
Really, really, reallllly bad.
Seriously it is becoming a problem.
I’m not looking for a cure.
Truly, I’m so tongue-tied right now
all I can say is:
Have you read hush, hush yet?
Why the hell not?!
I knew that Mrs. V & uhyesplease were in love with Fallen.
Knowing this, I went out and bought the book.
I have this to report:
I’m totally sold on Luce.
She’s adorable and I want her life to turn out wonderful.
While the title of second book has me worried for Luce,
I have a feeling it will only bring us that much closer to
happily ever after.
I loved loved loved City of Bones,
City of Ashes, and City of Glass.
The books were thrown often against the walls,
screamed at, and swooned over.
All sure signs that I was hooked by Jace and
what’s her name again?
When I found out that Ms. Clare was not only
writing a fourth book for the series but a prequel as well,
I was overwhelmed with feelings of dread and excitement.
This, the final book in The Hunger Games Series,
just might be the book I am most excited about reading this year.
Catching Fire, the second book in the series, ended in such a way that
left me feeling as if I would lose my mind waiting to find out
what would happen next! If you haven’t read them yet,
I have no clue what you are waiting for!
And if you don’t fall in love with Peeta… wellll you just might be heartless.
FYI: Annie wrote a fantastic review of The Hunger Games Series.
Bonus: The Touch Series
While the aforementioned books have all gone on pre-order
there is one that I am waiting for that has not:
Deadly Little Games.
Slotted to come out sometime this Fall,
I check B&N everyday to see if it has gone on pre-order yet.
This quick paced, funny series, is full of laughs, mystery, suspense,
and romance that kept me from putting either book down.
Seriously, I read them each in under four hours.
I am curious to learn about the books you are dying to read this year!
Have you been unwillingly snagged by YA book series
and their crack like addition?
It hurts so good, huh?
Until next time…