New & Upcoming Winter Releases:
Roomies by Tara Altebrando & Sara Zarr — More Sara Zarr, please! Also, I have hopes that this will be the sort of college story that I expected (and didn't receive) in Fangirl.
World After by Susan Ee — This is loaded on my Kindle and ready to be read. I'm interested to see whether we start getting any answers to the many uncertainties that Ee poses in her post-apocalyptic world in Angelfall.
Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge — Never will I ever not want to read a retelling of "Beauty and the Beast." Seriously.Enders by Lissa Price — I received an eARC from the publicist. I reviewed the first book in this duology, Starters, back in the early days of this blog and enjoyed it well enough.
These Broken Stars by Megan Spooner & Amie Kaufman — I don't love that this is being marketed as "Titanic in space," but the hype and the fact that this has gotten rave reviews makes me excited to read this.
Everneath by Brodi Ashton — This YA trilogy ends in January. High time, then, to read the first two books (which are patiently waiting on my Kindle).
The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey — I received this book last April but have been waiting for perfect cold, snowy weather to accompany my reading of this one.
The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch — I miss my adult high fantasies, and I haven't read a chunkster in a while now (talking over a year now). Not acceptable. This will happen.
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor — Since the trilogy concludes in April, I want to give myself a bit of time to read and process the second book before then.
The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente — As my inaugural pick for Ready to Become a Fan of..., of course I need to spend some quality time reading this one (and its sequels)!
Please be sure to let me know what books you plan on reading this winter!