All Our Yesterdays, Cristin Terrill, Gayle Forman, Kylie Fornasier, Maggie Stiefvater, Masquerade, Rachel Hawkins, Richelle Mead, School Spirits, Silver Shadows, Sinner, This Week's Adventures, Where She Went
So, on Wednesday Masquerade, by Kylie Fornasier came out:
I reviewed it here.
All Our Yesterdays: The Sequel
So, once upon a time, there was a planned sequel to All Our Yesterdays…which both confused and excited me.
On the one hand, the book worked perfectly fine as a stand-alone.
On the other, MORE EM AND FINN!!
However, Cristin Terrill announced on Monday that would not be a proper sequel, just short-stories, and e-Novella, and outtakes.
Silver Shadows Update:
FIRST 5 CHAPTERS OF SILVER SHADOWS
No book trailer this week…
…I’m getting kind of desperate.
School Spirits, by Rachel Hawkins
The only problem with this book is that there is no sequel planned (I asked).
Where She Went, by Gayle Forman
I had high hopes for this book, considering how much I loved If I Stay…but something about it just wasn’t great. I was very happy with the ending, though.
Masquerade, by Kylie Fornasier
Basically, this book was awesome. I reviewed it here.
Sinner, by Maggie Stiefvater
Starting a book you aren’t planning on putting it down until you finished it is not a smart thing to do at 11pm…So, I ended up finishing this at 6am. So worth it.
OMG SO YOU LOVED SINNER. *dies of happiness* I always get secretly freaked when I rave about a book that other people will read it and hate it and think, “Gee that Cait is seriously weird.” Which…I kind of am. BUT SINNER IS AMAZING. I can never read enough about Cole and Isabel.
I’m pretty interested in Masquerade now. I’ve like see it everywhere but I’m still not 100% sure if it’s my kind of book. Only one way to find out, right?! Reeead it.
Yes, Sinner was everything I was hoping it would be…hence the ‘not-stopping-until-I-finished-except-to-let-my-brother-into-the-house-at-5:30am-because-Dad-accidentally-locked-him-out’.
I heard about Masquerade from PTALive, and I figured, ‘sure, why not? I’ll give it a go’, and I’m very glad I did. I always feel like I should read more Aussie authors, seeing as almost all my favourites are either American or English.