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Top Ten Books on my Autumn (Spring) 2013 TBR list. These aren’t in any particular order, and there’s only 8 on here because I had too much trouble deciding. All but one of them are series, and all but 3 are the first books in a series. Also I said autumn because I am in Australia, and it’s Autumn here.
Cinder (Lunar Chronicles #1) – Marissa Meyer. Yes, I know, why haven’t I read this already. Stop looking at me like that, I will read it, I promise.
Pantomime – Laura Lam. The rave reviews on this are definitely putting it on my must read list. At this point it’s going to be a slightly late birthday present to myself.
With All My Soul (Soul Screamers #7) – Rachel Vincent. I love this series, and whilst I am sad there woun’t be any more books, this is also a great point to finish the series as well. I can’t wait for Kaylee and friends to kick some evil ass for good (hopefully). It’s not out until March 26th though.
Beautiful Creatures (Caster Chronicles #1) – Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl. I now have a library copy of this, so it will definitely great read at some point. I will let my sister read it first though.
Cold Days (Harry Dresden #14) – Jim Butcher. More from my favourite grumpy, sexist, dead-but-not-dead wizard. This came out late last year and I haven’t gotten around to it yet. Ghost Story was kind of weird so I hope this isn’t going to be though.
Of Poseidon (Of Poseidon #1) – Anna Banks. My younger sister read this before me and adored it – she is desperately awaiting the sequel, so I will be reading this next. I love mermaids!
Bones of Faerie (Bones of Faerie #1) – Janni Lee Simner. These sound so fascinating, and I’ve heard a lot of good reviews on this series. Plus I love books that deal with the darker side of faerie lore
Virals (Virals #1) – Kathy Reichs. The premise behind these – a viral strain that gives them dog-like qualities – essentially scientific lycanthropy intrigues me. I enjoy Kathy Reichs’ Temperance Brennan books and it helps that the main character, Tory, is Temperance’s niece.