Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books on my Fall TBR List

This is a weekly meme hosted by the girls at The Broke and the Bookish .

This week's Topic: My Fall TBR List

Top Books between September 22nd and December 20th that I'm eager to read:

1) Daughter of Smoke and Bone Book 2: Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor-This is probably on everyone's list and not terribly original. Don't care, Daughter of Smoke and Bone was fabulous and I can't wait to read the sequel.

2) The Bar Code series: The Bar Code Prophecy by Suzanne Weyn-The Bar Code books came out ages ago before dystopians were hot. It was actually one of the first few books I read for this blog. It's been some time since book 2 and book 3. I had honestly though Weyn was going to leave it there. But lo and behold, book 3.

3) Dustlands Book 2: Rebel Heart by Moira Young-I loved Dustlands last year even if the writing style drove me up the wall (honestly authors, quotations marks are HELPFUL. Why would you not use them?) so I'm really looking forward to book 2.

4) Beautiful Creatures Book 4: Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia and Margeret Stohl-I'm still in love with this series and am really sad it's ending. But hey, Kami has a series coming out so more to look forward too, right?

5) Dark Star by Bethany Frenette-2012 Debut that looks awesome, involving superheroes.

6) The Friday Society by Adrienne Kress-Awesome looking steampunk debut.

7) Croak Book 2: Scorch by Gina Damico-If you haven't read Scorch, picture Percy Jackson combined with Dead Like Me. It makes for a hilarious and charming combination. I can't wait to read book 2.

8) Iced: Dani O'Malley novel by Karen Marie Moning.-Yes my friends, Dani is getting her own book. Any of you who has read Fever knows why this is a awesome thing.

9) The Iron Fey series: The Lost Prince by Julie Kagawa-Even if I sort of think The Iron Fey needs to end already, that's not going to stop me from reading this.

10) Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes-Epic Fantasy YA debut that looks awesome. I hope it's good because we need more epic fantasy in YA. Really, I can name like three series and maybe two books that are pure fantasy in YA and two of them (Circle of Magic, Tortall) are written by the same author and have been around for decades.


  1. Ooh, an epic fantasy in YA? I'll have to add that to my own to-read list. Which is always longer than can fit into a Top Ten Tuesday post. :)

  2. Days of Blood & Starlight is one I would love to read as well. Hope you get to all these during Fall :-)

    Tanya Patrice