After finishing the utterly fantastic The Lesser Dead by Christopher Buehlman last night, I tried to get into another book right away to try to stave of a severe book hangover. These are the two beauties I’m hoping to read this weekend. I figured I should probably read paper towns before seeing the movie. I picked it up last night and was very reluctant to put it down at about 1 am. This doesn’t seem to be anyone’s favourite John Green book though, so I don’t really know what to expect. I’ve heard so many amazing things about The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black. People have been absolutely raving about it. So I’m really expecting big things from this one. Have you guys read these? Should I be excited about either of them? Yes?
I am so excited to be approved for The Invasion of the Tearling by Erika Johansen on Netgalley! I’m really excited to (hopefully) make some sense of the crazy makes-no-sense world of the Tearling. I sound sarcastic but I actually really enjoyed the first book, but lets face it, no one has any fricken clue what the hell is the deal with the world. Like it’s Earth but its like medievalish. No one knows what’s going on. BUT I MIGHT SOON!
I’ve been meaning to pick this book up for a really really long time. I finally downloaded a preview of it from the Kobo store last night and was completely sold by the prologue. This is a fantasy trilogy by Australian author, James Moloney. About a young girl who gets caught up in the escape of a young couple fleeing dark forces that for some (yet) unknown reason are pursuing the couple’s newborn son. Strangely, I just read Sarah J. Maas’ A Court of Thorns and Roses with two of the main characters being Tamlin and Lucien, and two of the main characters in this one are also Tamlin and Lucien. Strange. You can get the ebook from Kobo here.