Sunday, August 26, 2012

It's Monday, what are you reading?

It's Monday is a weekly meme hosted by Book Journey. Each week you post about what you've read this last week, what you are reading now, and what you plan on reading this upcoming week.

This week I read
Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas.
Super fantastic. It took me a week to get through the book, but once I actually sat down and read it, I couldn't put it down. I'll be doing a MBB post for Prince Dorian soon.

Blood Fever by Veronica Wolff:
I'm madly in love with this series (just found out the next book isn't coming out till June. The wait is already killing me). I'll be posting my full review for this book soon.

Listened to the audiobook of
Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins:
Who isn't in love with this series? It'd been two years since I'd read the books and decided I was way overdue to either rereading the series or listening to the audiobooks. So over the last two or three weeks I've been listening to both HG and CF and I just started MJ. With the movie just out on dvd, I've been watching that a lot, and then wearing all my HG merch, and of course my cat, Peeta, is a constant reminder of how much I love this series. All we've been talking about in my house is HG. haha.

What I plan on reading this week (links to their Goodreads page)
Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson:
I was blown away by the first book, and now that my copy has finally come in for this book (over seas shipping can take forever) I hopefully will be able to read this this week.

Unwholly by Neal Shusterman:
I have a copy of this on hold at the library and really hope my copy comes in by Thursday. The first book, Unwind, horrified me, but in a good way. Someone in a review said "this book will bitch slap you, and you'll love it." So so so true. Now I can't wait to read the second book.

Enshadowed by Kelly Creagh:
Two years, I've been waiting for this book for two freaking long years. I've had to reread the first book over and over to get my Varen fix because the second book took TWO YEARS to come out. *sigh* it's finally coming out on Tuesday and hopefully I'll be able to find a copy of it in this bookstoreless city of mine.

I fell behind in what I was planning on reading these last two weeks since I last did this post. I've been working on other things lately. Hopefully I will get to read these books this week but I have a feeling I probably won't get to most of them.


  1. Throne of Glass is in and waiting for me at the library. I just have to pick it up and read it.

  2. I'm still to read Catching Fire and Mockingjay. Only read book 1 this year!

    Here's my post:

    1. Ah!! You must finish the series!!! It is too good to not finish.

  3. Throne of Glass is one I hope to get to soon! I've seen nothing but positive reviews. And yup - the Hunger Games series is just so good.

  4. Throne of Glass looks really promising. I hope our library gets it as an ebook soon.

  5. Two years is a long time to wait for a new book! That's the plus of discovering a series when it's already finished. You can just happily speed through them all. :)

  6. Enjoy your books. My favorite book this week was Ottoline at Sea by Chris Riddell. Please come see what I'm reading now.

  7. I hope you're able to get to at least some of the books you want to this week :)

    Waiting for a sequel is the WORST isn't it? Ah well, it can make the book that much better when the anticipation is high ;)

    Have a great week of reading!


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