I’m on the edge of my seat, waiting for the results of the top ten cities each week for the Bringing YA to You contest! Toronto is still holding out at second place (YES!!!) and I would be so thrilled if YA2U could come to Canada. I want this to happen so badly! So if you haven’t voted already, Torontonian readers, please do!
Also a reminder that there are TWO contests, one for the winning city to host 5 YA authors, Marie Lu, Marissa Meyer, Beth Revis, Victoria Schwab, and Megan Shepherd, and one to win a signed copy of all their books!
I shall try to calm myself from the excitement of YA2U with the announcement that I finished Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers (review coming soon). I was expecting to finish it sooner, but I went to Indigo with my friends and bought Eternally Yours (by Cate Tiernan), which I read in one day because I was so excited. Now that I’m finished those two, I don’t know where to start in reading another book . . . These are the novels I’m debating on reading next:
1. Adaptation, by Malinda Lo
2. Beauty Queens, by Libba Bray
3. Blood Red Road, by Moira Young
4. Born at Midnight, by C.C. Hunter
5. Glitch, by Heather Anastasiu
6. Glow, by Amy Kathleen Ryan
7. Juliet Immortal, by Stacey Jay
8. BZRK, by Michael Grant
9. Of Poseidon, by Anna Banks
10. The Mark of Athena, by Rick Riordan
11. Seraphina, by Rachel Hartman
12. Shatter Me, by Tahereh Mafi
12. The Book of Blood and Shadow, by Robin Wasserman
13. This Dark Endeavour, by Kenneth Oppel
I need three for this weekend/next week. Let me know which ones I should start reading; I’m itching for a really phenomenal book that I can gobble up and go all gangsta on!