Everneath & Everbound by Brodi Ashton — I have both of these books on my Kindle and it would be nice to read some books I actually own before going on to borrow more and more from the library. Plus I'm interested in Ashton's take on underworld mythology.
Unravel Me by Tahreh Mafi — I suppose I should also add "Destroy Me" to this list. I enjoyed Shatter Me well enough, and I'm ready to get sucked back into the hype surrounding this series. Though I haven't decided just yet whether I'm okay with a certain villain becoming much more fleshed-out and a potential love interest. We shall see.Finnikin of the Rock & Froi of the Exiles & Quintana of Charyn by Melina Marchetta — I read Finnikin of the Rock at the very beginning of last year and really enjoyed it. Since Quintana of Charyn is coming out this April, I would ideally love to read the entire series in a row.
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer — I only just read Cinder back at the end of 2012, so I would like to read Scarlet with the previous book still pretty fresh in my mind. I loved Meyer's creative take on "Cinderella" and can't wait to read how she has altered the "Little Red Riding Hood" fairy tale!
The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab — Despite reading so many reviews for Schwab's latest book, The Archived, I find myself more and more drawn to her debut novel. I love the idea of a story full of dark fairy-tale elements.
Pivot Point by Kasie West — I've read nothing but praise for this debut. I really like the idea of the protagonist having to look forward into two potential futures, and the reviews I've read all speak to how very well done the execution of the novel is.
Poison by Bridget Zinn — I've been excited to read this book for a while now. The premise, the cover, the characters: everything just sounds like a book I'd love. And after learning that the author has tragically passed away before seeing her book get published, I'd like to do my part as both a reader and a blogger to help this book gain more recognition.
Agree with any of my choices? Let me know what books are on your Spring 2013 TBR list!