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Monthly Archives: May 2011
My top five can’t wait books!
Eternal by Gillian Shields
The third book in the Immortal series. This series is the great book for those going through summertime boredom blues and is sure to brighten your day with the mixture of immortals, magic, and love. Eternal sure going to be interesting when fans are wondering what in the world could come next.
Wildcat Fireflies by Amber Kizer
The Second book in the Meridian series. The first book, Meridian is the story of discovery and love. Meridian has always known she was weird, sick even. Every morning she would wake up to dead animals lying in her bed, and every morning she would clean their remains. But on her 16th birthday something different happens. Upon witnessing a car crash she suddenly feels a sudden pain throughout her body, and her parents send her to live with her great aunt where she finds out her true identity.
Hades by Alexandra Adornetto
The second book in the Halo series has fans counting down the days (including me!) as you can see on the side of the page (count down bar) as the days get closer and closer, readers get more and more excited.
Halo is the story of love, chance, and of course ANGELS! Who dosn’t love those angels?
The Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon
The Carrier of the Mark was discovered my Harper Teen by the website inkpop.com were aspiring authors post their work. Leigh was just lucky enough to land the first spot in the sites history (you go girl!)
I personally do not know exactly what the story is about, I have not read it on inkpop, I’m waiting to buy it is stores. But I can tell you that this is one of my top five this summer.
The Death Cure by James Dashner
The first two books in the Maze runner series leave readers wanting for more from the very beginning. Thomas wakes up at the beginning of the maze runner in a pitch black box, alone and memory-less. The only thing Thomas remembers is just that, his name.
Do any of these make your top five can’t wait? Share yours in the comments below.
Crossed comes out November 1, 2011 and you can count on a review from me. Can’t wait to get a copy!