A rich week in books! And I haven't even hit up Half Price Books for their Labor Day Weekend Sale. ;) I am so excited for the books I got this week. Because one is of a tour-y nature, I had to start reading it right away -- oh my god, you could knock someone out with a copy of The Diviners by Libba Bray.
A Midsummer's Nightmare by Kody Keplinger
Is that not an Oscar-worthy cover? Ever since I read The DUFF, I knew Kody Keplinger would become one of my favorite authors. I was hoping I could hold off on purchasing any of her new books until they came out in paperback (mixed edition sets and all that) but I just... couldn't. My god, just had to get it! But I will restrain myself. I'll make myself read A Midsummer's Nightmare before getting Shut Out.
Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
Yes, I know, it's sooooooo good. I don't succumb to hype but I was curious when I saw it in the bookstore and so I read the first few pages. Knew right there I had to get it. If it doesn't live up to the hype, I blame allllllll of y'all. -_____-
The Diviners by Libba Bray
I read A Great and Terrible Beauty for English my sophomore year of high school (multi-cultural assignment, blah blah blah) but wasn't such a big fan. I know that Libba Bray is insanely popular, though, and the premise of The Diviners really intrigued me. It is a whopper though! Forget a baseball bat, when someone breaks it, show 'em a copy of The Diviners and watch them run in fear.
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
The author's name isn't the only reason I got this book, kay? (I wish I knew how her mother came up with the name Huntley... I mean, imagine the nicknames... Hey Hunt! Juuuust sayin.) My Life Next Door sounds like a fun and endearing story and, given the reaction I got on Twitter when I posted this picture, it's ajsdlfhasllskdf <--- that good.
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