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Top Ten Books On My TBR List For Winter:
1. Article 5 by Kristen Simmons - Dark and gritty dystopian? Check. A world that's ravaged and falling apart? Also check. I'm a huge fan of dystopians, and it's no wonder this is at the top of my list.
2. Arcadia Awakens by Kai Meyer - First off, that cover is stunning. Snakes? Sold. Plus, that premise is highly intriguing, and it sounds completely original - a rarity in the YA market.
3. Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver - I really enjoyed book one, though it wasn't without flaws, and needless to say, I'm totally excited to continue the journey. I love me some series - especially dystopian!
4. Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins - I know, I know. It's already out. I'm behind the times. Yadda, Yadda. Here's the dealio...I'm stepping way out of my comfort zone to read this one, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
5. Torn by Cat Clarke - I just love the cover, first of all, but also, the premise is so dark and raw that I'm sold on both. I love the drama. I really, really do.
6. Catch & Release by Blythe Woolston - You know what this one has that so many books really don't seem to have these days? Quirk. This one sounds so fresh and odd, that it could very well be a winner.
7. The Girls of No Return by Erin Saldin - There's something fresh about this contemporary that makes it stand out from the others. Perhaps it's the emotional layer, or the character flaws, but I'm liking the sound of it.
8. Partials by Dan Wells - Heck yes. It's like Terminator meets Contagion. I can't wait for another dark rollercoaster of doom in a dystopian. I'm messed up, eh?
9. Bewitching by Alex Flinn - Ok, you all know how much I enjoyed Beastly, right? Well, this is the story of Kendra, and let's be honest, she's even more exciting than Kyle Kingsbury.