As usual, it’s out of control. Though this time it seems a bit YA-heavy. There’s also one that got added to the pile after the picture was taken: Seraphina, by Rachel Hartman. I’ve got an ARC to read and report back to work about. So, really, after Grave Mercy, by Robin LeFevers (which I’m currently reading), it’s up next.
After that, though, which one should I tackle? Any suggestions?
Between Shades of Gray, by Ruta Sepetys (by the way, I like the hardcover cover of this better.) (Because it did so well at the SLJ’s Battle of the Kids’ Books)
Jeremy Fink and the Meaning of Life, by Wendy Mass (Because I won it, and I should read it.)
Cold Cereal, by Adam Rex (Because I love the jacket flap copy)
Around the World, by Matt Phelan (Because I wanted a graphic novel, and I like his stuff)
I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov (for my book group)
Rules of Civility, by Amor Towles (Because it sounded interesting. Someone said “Gatsby-eqsue” in regards to it, and my interest was piqued.)
Huntress, by Malinda Lo (For the Once Upon a Time Challenge. I need to get moving on that.)
Matched, by Ally Condie (I’ve been avoiding it, but a good friend of mine who reads everything I recommend to her, recommended it to me and so I need to read it.)
The Girl of Fire and Thorns, by Rae Carson (Because everyone says it’s wicked awesome. Plus it’s due back at the library soon.)
The Sherlockian, by Graham Moore (It sounded interesting. Plus, I’m excited about Series 2 of Sherlock.)