TTT #16 Awaited 2013 Releases

1. Requiem by Maggie Stiefvater: It's going to be the third book in Maggie Stiefvater's Books of Faerie series (I totally recommend it!) I read both the first and the second and I loved them. They are so so so good.
2. Tortall world companion by Tamora Pierce: Because ohmygoshohmygoshohmygoshphmygosh TORTALL. Only my favourite book-world of all time! (Yes, that does mean that I love this world just a tiny bit more than the Harry Potter world. Psst I think I'm going to be in trouble with Megan for saying this.) But there's going to be a world companion from Tamora Pierce for Tortall? 2013=life. made.
3. Divergent 3 by Veronica Roth: Megan's choice. She read them, and she loved them. And I really want to read them cause they look so darn good.
4. Requiem by Lauren Oliver: The book that comes after Delirium and Pandemonium. I've only gotten the chance to read Delirium so far, but holy cow was it good. I need to get my hands on Pandemonium...
5. Scarlet by Marissa Meyer: Megan chose this one too. It's the sequel to Cinder(she wrote a review for it, if you're curious) but I'm sure I'll want to read it too once I read Cinder. I love re-tellings.
6. The Program Suzanne Young: This is probably the darkest book on this list, but I'm intrigued. You'll see what I mean if you read the synopsis.
7 The Elite Kiera Cass: It's the sequel to The Selection, which Megan also wrote a review for(check that one out too!) And I really want to read The Selection, too. Geez, I'm really behind on some of these books, aren't I?
8. Etiquette & Espionage Gail Carriger: So if the title didn't catch you attention, here's the first synopsis sentance: "It's one thing to learn to curtsy properly. It's quite another to learn to curtsy and throw a knife at the same time. Welcome to finishing school." Ok, that was three sentances, but you get the point. I'm a sucker for historical fiction, so...
9. Delusion by Laura L. Sullivan: Again, first synopsis sentance: "When two beautiful teenage stage magicians in World War II England meet a pair of handsome men who can do real magic, sparks fly. " Woah what? Sounds awesome to me. Sold. 
10. Enders by Lissa Price: I read Starters and it was fascinating. I think I read the book in a matter of days. I'm really curious to see how this series plays out.

What's this? Rachel made an appearance on the blog for once? Crazy talk! I have a reason for not posting anything this month: NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo ate my soul, you see. Anyways. Megan made me actually put some effort in and so here I am. I'll be back!



TTT #15: Books Megan Would Want on a Deserted Island

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish. Each week they give a topic, and then other blogs make their top ten lists for that topic.

This week's topic is.......Top Ten Books Megan Would Want on a Deserted Island 

As always, this list is in no particular order. 

1) How to Survive on a Deserted Island by Eric Endureitall: because death just isn't an option! There are wayyyy too many books I haven't read in this world yet! 

2) How to Build Shelter on a Deserted Island by Kristopher Koverupp: I don't like getting wet. Well unless I do like it. Which would be when I say, go swimming, or take a shower, or have a waterfight... or dance in the rain... but otherwise, no. 

3) How to Find Food on a Deserted Island by Ivan Injestibel: SUSTENANCE. 

4) How to Stay Warm on a Deserted Island When Fire is Not Available by Frederic Fownduhcaav: I despise being cold. 

5) How to Stay Warm on a Deserted Island When Fire IS Available by Peter Piero: Again, me and Mr. Cold don't get along. Whatsoever.  

6) How to Find Chocolate on a Deserted Island by Catherine Cocoluvs: Death would come swiftly in the absence of this fine delicacy. 

7) How to Fend off Disease on a Deserted Island by Mary Maladie: Well.... yeah. 

8) How to Keep Yourself Sane on a Deserted Island by Kevin Kipittuhgevver: I'm already insane, so I'm not too certain how much this will help... but you never know. ;) 

9) How to Escape from a Deserted Island by Simon Sicovthisplaiz: sooner or later, I'd have to get my butt outta there, and I MAY need a few pointers... 

10) Harry Potter Series by JK Rowling: cuz yenno, I might die. I'm gonna need me some childhood fondness... 

So there ya go. My deserted island TBR pile, which I hope never to need crack open. Except for number 10. Gimme a Potter book anyday!

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