1. A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray
I have it. It’s one of those books that came out in NOVEMBER, a very bad time for reading around work/family. It’s still going to be read- now I just have to fill it in to my schedule of other to-be-reads. -_-;
2. City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare
I wanted to finish off the series, but with the prequels, spin-offs, novellas, movies and whatever else that was birthed from this I really just got tired of hearing about Shadowhunters. Maybe after things die down a bit I can pick it back up.
3. Opposition (Lux #5) by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Yeah, so, I don’t know what happened here. Somehow I missed the last of the Lux series and then got too distracted to get around to reading it. It’s on my Kindle though, so it’ll get read.
4. Broadchurch: A Novel by Erin Kelly, Chris Chibnall
I love the BBC series Broadchurch, and want to see how well the story plays out in a novel format. But it being a TV series I’ve already seen, the book isn’t exactly high on my priority of reading at the moment. Maybe I’ll save it for a nice day at the beach. 😀
5. Labyrinth: A Novel Based on the Jim Henson Film by A.C.H. Smith, Terry Jones, Jim Henson
The Labyrinth is my all time favorite movie growing up. This book is the same as Broadchurch though- not high on my priority list because it is a novelization and not a “book” book.
6. Camelot Burning (Metal & Lace #1) by Kathryn Rose
Arthurian steampunk with alchemy and a hunt for the holy grail! I’m mystified, but I also have to be in a certain mood to read steampunk and I’m very peculiar about my steampunk. It makes me cautious.
7. The Boy Who Drew Monsters by Keith Donohue
I do like horror (especially psychological). Horror + creepy kids is always better. But again I really have to be in the mood to read it.
8. Evil Librarian by Michelle Knudsen
It’s the book about the totally hot, but apparently evil, librarian. I’m not too incredibly big on the demon/angel characters, which is why this one keeps getting shoved back on my to-be-read list.
9. Mad as a Hatter by Alexandra Hayman
This is a historical mystery with a Wonderland twist. I still really want to read it- I’ve just been too caught up in all of the Sherlockian re-writes to give this one a go.
10. The Forbidden Library (The Forbidden Library #1) by Django Wexler
Yes, I still read middle grade fiction (for the benefit of my niece and nephew, of course). This book is compared to Inkheart, but to me it more resembles Pagemaster. This is still one I’ll eventually get around to reading.