2014 so far

To get this blog started I thought I would jot down a list of all the books I’ve read so far this year. Reviews and comments on these books will come as I write them. The list is basically in the order I read them, adjusted so that books of the same series are together.

Burn for Burn — Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian

When the World was Flat (and We Were in Love) —  Ingrid Johach

More Than This —  Patrick Ness

The Darkest Minds —  Alexandra Bracken

Out of The Easy — Ruta Sepetys

The King of Attolia — Megan Whalen Turner

Blackbirds — Chuck Wendig (book 1)

Mockingbird — Chuck Wendig (book 2)

The Cormorant — Chuck Wendig (book 3)

Under the Never Sky — Veronica Rossi (book 1)

Through the Ever Night —  Veronica Rossi (book 2)

Into the Still Blue — Veronica Rossi (book 3)

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown — Holly Black

Cinder — Marissa Meyer

Daughter of Smoke & Bone — Laini Taylor (book 1)

Days of Blood & Starlight — Laini Taylor (book 2)

Exposed — Susan Vaught

First Comes Love — Katie Kacvinsky

Code Name Verity — Elizabeth Wein

Gameboard of the Gods — Richelle Mead


If you’ve heard of any of these books, you know one thing: I don’t stick to a certain genre. Just on this list alone I have historical fiction, contemporary romance (or as I call it Chick Lit), paranormal romance (hold in the shudders, this is better than Twilight), dystopian, cyberpunk, and a lot of things that don’t nicely fit into genres. Sometimes I get in the mood for one thing, but usually it changes every book I read. This blog won’t just be about one genre of literature, though most of it will be YA (young adult).

A few shoutouts before I write up reviews: More Than This is amazing; Code Name Veritywill make you laugh and weep; and the Laini Taylor books are gorgeous works.


So that was 2014 January-March. Only nine more months to go!

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