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Poison Study by Maria V. Snyder
Although I've heard the title before, I don't think I've actually seen it on many blogs before. But I have seen the great reviews on Goodreads and it sounds like my type of book so I need to read it asap.
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
I MET HER! I have the second book signed, she just released the title for the fourth book, and I saw many people break on Twitter when they read the third book. To top it off: I read the first couple of chapters of The Raven Boys when waiting at the book festival and really enjoyed it. It was my sister's copy so I never got to continue. BUT IT WILL HAPPEN.
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordian
I've seen so much fan art (I'm looking at you, Gillian) and fangirling for this one. That much fangirling is like a bone to a dog. Gimme, gimme.
Matched by Ally Condie
More mixed reviews for this one, but I really like how the covers transition with each book and I can't resist these kind of dystopians.
The Maze Runner by James Dashner
I heard the movie differs (obviously) and while I haven't watched the movie yet, I've heard great things and I can't just watch the movie without reading the book. That's a big book blogger sin.
The 5th Wave by Rick Yancy
I met him too and got the book signed (although I think I gave it away later...?), but I still haven't read it. That needs to change, yes?
Paper Towns by John Green
While I loved The Fault in Our Stars, I haven't actually read any other John Green books. I tried one, but could never finish it. Since this is turning into a movie, I have more of an incentive with this one.
The Sky Is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson
This seems to pop up on a Top Ten Tuesday all the time so that means I have to read it.
Jellicoe Road by Melissa Marchetta
THIS BOOK. Oh my gosh, this book. Everyone and their mother loves this book and Marchetta so I need to read it. I tried listening to it, but had to stop the audiobook. So I'll start again with a physical copy and hope that I'm not the black sheep.
The Moon and More by Sarah Dessen
I'm not much of a Sarah Dessen fan anymore, but since I've read her other books, I should read this one too, I think.
Which one these books am I really missing out on?