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-Pink by Lili Wilkinson
I got this book last week from my library, read it and fell head over heels in love with it so I just had to by my very own copy! (My review)
-Graffiti Moon by Cath Crawley
During my trip to my Indie bookstore this week, I saw this while I was getting Pink. I've heard so many amazing things about this book. I absolutely adored the characters and how art was a key piece in the story.
-The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
I honestly think I'm one of the only people who hasn't read this book! I got it at Half Price for only $5 and it's seriously like new!
-How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr
This one is another Half Price buy for less than $5! I seriously don't think anyone read it, it's like pristine! I saw this on a list my library has and am making it a goal to read at least ten book from their list.
-Nightshade (Nightshade 1) by Andrea Cremer (U.K. Edition)
Okay, so I know I have the hardcover of this book, but for some reason my Half Price has a stack of new U.K. paperbacks, weird! The cover is so pretty and I seriously couldn't walk away from it! I still need to read the last two in the trilogy, but I loved this one!
-Everneath (Everneath 1) by Brodi Ashton
I've heard so many great things about this one, can't wait to start it!
-There is No Dog by Meg Rosoff
In this book God is a 19-year old boy who is considered to be 'lazy and hopeless'. I'm in need of some soul searching and I've heard this book does just that. I hear it's funny too, which is a huge plus!
-Distant Waves by Suzanne Weyn
This book came out a few years ago and I heard about it on Riley's blog, Truthfully Fictional. I'm a huge fan of Titanic, not only the movie but the actual event in history. This is a story about sisters and their story while aboard the ship.
-Prized (Birthmarked 2) by Caragh M. O'Brien
Even though I didn't fall totally in love with the first book, I still am super excited to see what happens next. Book one ended in a cliffhanger and I keep hearing that the sequel totally surpasses the first book, so I'm looking forward to see what happens next.