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United We Spy by Ally Carter (GG#6)
Today is the day this lovely
heart-wrenching book will be sent to my door. I'll be finishing it probably this weekend, but it still counts as being in the fall.
Just One Year by Gayle Forman (JOD#2)
It's told in HIS perspective! I usually shy away from male POVs, but it's a whole different thing when it's from a male I already know and intrigued in and from a story I already know I like. Book, meet my hand. Hand, grab that book and don't let go.
Tandem by Anna Jarzab (MW#1)
Definitely one of my most anticipated 2013 releases. It was also my friend Alice's and she really liked it, making me less nervous to completely disappointing my expectations. How can this NOT sound good?
I was surprised to find how much I really liked its predecessor (you can see my review here). Of course, this is Disney-Hyperion we're talking about and so far they have been consistently awesome. I'm selective in reading others' reviews, but I have seen thumbs-up reviews on Tamara's sequel.
These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner (Starbound#1)
I'm pretty sure I had this in my summer TBR list as well. There's a good reason though. I realized I needed to wait until its December publication date to review it and therefore, I needed to read it later as well. I really won't be able to resist this beauty any longer.
My sister let someone else borrow this so I have to wait, but fall is long. Hopefully the girl is a fast reader. Technically, I could search this at my library and hope it's there. I have way too many other things to do though
and I am so lazy. But look! Aristocracy! From what my sister has told me, this sounds amazing.
I have recently read many raving reviews on this one. A contemporary book about a snarky, relatable character fulfilling someone else's bucket list. Sign me up.
Deception by C.J. Redwine (Defiance#2)
I really liked the first book and waited WAY too long to read it and join the Redwine fan club. I am determined to not repeat history with the sequel. Plus, the cover is gorgeous.
*shamefully looks away*
I know, I failed my summer TBR list. I promise I'll read it. Pinky swear.
I honestly haven't seen a single negative review on this. Whether it's a physical copy or audiobook, some of my favorite bloggers are in love with this "oldie." Not only that, but it has also made appearances on positive Top Ten Tuesday posts multiple times. I'm intrigued.
What are some books that you want/are determined to read this fall?