2013 TBR Pile Challenge

2013 TBR Pile

So yes, I am entering this 2013 TBR Pile, because I love to read . . .  and I’m sure a couple books would like to be dust off

You know the deal, you go out to buy books because you intented to read them but then other books becomes a MUST READ Moment so now I’m going to try bringing back some of those books that collected dust and start reading them again.

My goal is to read at least two books before school starts, I’m sure I’ll be able to read during school but at least I set a goal for myself.

Here are some books I’m adding to my TBR Challenge. . .

Seers by Heather Frost

Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare

Every Other Day by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Shatter Me By Tahereh Mafi

Temptation of Angels by Michelle Zink

The Raven Boys by Maggie Steivafter

Damned (Crusuade #2) By Nancy Holder

Vanquished (Crusade #3) By Nancy Holder

The Host by stepanie Meyer

Unearthly By Cnythia Hands

Some Girls Bite By Chloe Neill

Well wish me luck I am currently reading . . .

Quarantine: The Loners By Lex Thomas

Quarantine: The Loners (Quarantine, #1)As original as The Hunger Games, set within the walls of a high school exactly like yours.” – Kami Garcia, New York Times best-selling co-author of the Beautiful Creatures novels

It was just another ordinary day at McKinley High—until a massive explosion devastated the school. When loner David Thorpe tried to help his English teacher to safety, the teacher convulsed and died right in front of him. And that was just the beginning.

A year later, McKinley has descended into chaos. All the students are infected with a virus that makes them deadly to adults. The school is under military quarantine. The teachers are gone. Violent gangs have formed based on high school social cliques. Without a gang, you’re as good as dead. And David has no gang. It’s just him and his little brother, Will, against the whole school.

In this frighteningly dark and captivating novel, a 2012 Booklist Editor’s Choice, Lex Thomas locks readers inside a school where kids don’t fight to be popular, they fight to stay alive.

“Take Michael Grant’s Gone and Veronica Roth’s Divergent, rattle them in a cage until they’re ready to fight to the death, and you’ll have something like this nightmarish debut…Thomas’ whirlwind pace, painful details, simmering sexual content, and moments of truly shocking ultra-violence thrust this movie-ready high school thriller to the head of the class.” – Booklist (starred review)

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