I've been a big fan of Magan & Estelle's [Rather Be Reading] Shelve It feature for quite some time, so I thought I'd extend my own version here at GReads! It's a post to feature the books I received recently, re-post links to what's happened on the blog, and share any other bookish news. Thank you Magan & Estelle for allowing me to tag-along with this feature!
My Infernal Devices series by Cassandra Clare is complete!
I got my copy of Clockwork Princess this week & started reading it immediately!!
Clockwork Princess (The Infernal Devices, #3) by Cassandra Clare [add to goodreads]
All He Ever Needed (Kowalski Family, #4) by Shannon Stacey [add to goodreads]
All He Ever Dreamed (Kowalski Family, #6) by Shannon Stacey [add to goodreads]
Waiting for You by Shey Stahl [add to goodreads]
Ride with Me by Ruthie Knox [add to goodreads] - thank you Capillya!
Along Came Trouble by Ruthie Knox [add to goodreads] - thank you Capillya!
The Best Man by Kristan Higgins [add to goodreads] - thank you Jess!
The Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Robin Palmer [add to goodreads]
Truth or Dare by Jacqueline Green [add to goodreads]
The Lucy Variations by Sara Zarr [add to goodreads]
[Friday, March 22] Review: Exclusively Yours by Shannon Stacey
[Wednesday, March 20] Waiting On: The Book of Broken Hearts by Sarah Ockler
[Tuesday, March 19] My Top Ten Books I Had to Buy, But Haven't Read Yet
[Monday, March 18] Review: Requiem (Delirium, #3) by Lauren Oliver
[Friday, March 15] From YA to Adult - Take the Leap!
The Bookish News:
2013 is a heavy year of conclusions in YA series. I just recently read & reviewed Requiem by Lauren Oliver, the last in her Delirium series here. I was pleased with its finality, but it still leaves a bittersweet feeling of an end to such an incredible story. I just got Clockwork Princess this week, which is probably one of my most highly anticipated reads of the year, and I am so eager to keep reading -- yet scared to finish, too. I adore this series (maybe more than Clare's previous, The Mortal Instruments? I'm not sure). Regardless, it will be another bittersweet finale to encounter. And then there's the conclusion to the Divergent series by Veronica Roth. Oh man. I don't even know how all of that will end. I love that we're getting to experience all the endings this year, but sort of sad, too. Perhaps this opens the door for new books to come? And more series to fall in love with?