11 May 2013

Reading next #22 - a new and huge pile

It's time for a new reading pile and once again it's a very big one. Lately I'm just drawn to building big book piles. The books I'm going to read now & next are

Sisters of Glass - Stephanie Hemphill
historical YA, free verse, stand-alone

The girls guide to (man)-hunting - Jessica Clare
contemporary romance, adult, #1 in the Bluebonnet series

Angelfall - Susan Ee
post-apocalyptic, YA, #1 in the Penryn & the End of Days series

Harbinger - Sara Wilson Etienne
mystery/fantasy, YA, stand-alone

A deadly yarn - Maggie Sefton
cozy msytery, adult, #3 in the Knitting Mystery series

Jenseits des Karussels - Ju Honisch
steampunk, YA, German

Me and Mr. Darcy - Alexandra Potter
contemporary romance, adult, stand-alone

Deadly Sting - Jennifer Estep
Urban Fantasy, adult, #8 in the Elemental Assassin series

The Elite - Kiera Cass
dystopian, YA, #2 in The Selection trilogy

Nadia knows best - Jill Mansell
chick-lit, adult, stand-alone

Skylark - Meagan Spooner
dystopian, YA, #1 in the Skylark series

Scarlet - Marissa Meyer
SciFi fairytale retelling, #2 in the Lunar Chronicles quartet

Shadows Cast by Stars - Catherine Knutson
dystopian, YA, stand-alone

What are you reading now & next?


  1. Oh Sabrina, you are going to read Jenseits des Karussells. Have you already read her other books or are you starting with the last in the series? Nevertheless I really hope you'll like it.

    The Elite and Angelfall are some of my favourites too. I'm curious about your opinion of Skylark and Shadows Cast by Stars. Both are on my wishlist but there are so many dystopian books out there and I can't read one after the other...

    1. Of course I'm going to read the last book in the series at first. :) Everything else would not fit to me. I've already heard so many good things about the books by Honisch so it just needs to be fantastic.

      Happy Reading!

  2. I'm highly impressed by the amount of your books.
    In what period of time do you read them?

    1. I'm usually reading 4 to 7 books a week, sometimes less and rarely more. :)
      Happy Reading!

    2. That's really a lot! I always considered myself as a person who reads a lot (and most people I know still do so), but I only finish about... 2 books from monday to friday and then probably 2-3 on a weekend.
      Okay. That would be 4-5 as well :)
      Happy reading!

  3. Scarlet is awesome. Happy reading.

    Andreea @ http://themoonlitbookshelf.blogspot.de/




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