|Isn't he pretty? He's like my favorite super villa-hero ever!|
And duuude there are some
Moving on. I present to you my four picks for this week:
I decided on spotlighting DEARLY, DEPARTED first because it is, without a doubt, out of all my picks, the one I'm most impatient to have in my hands. Like, I will be so disappointed if it falls under my unreasonably high expectations. Come on - high-tech society with customs and fashion modeled after the Victorian era - which, I will mention, is my absolute favorite time period in our world history - and a rampant virus that's causing zombies to erupt around, I'm assuming, the globe. AND my girl Nora Dearly falls for one of those zombies. How I could I not be at the edge of my seat for this one?? Furthermore, why aren't you if you aren't already? Not to mention, that that cover is superb.
The year is 2195. The place is New Victoria—a high-tech nation modeled on the manners, mores, and fashions of an antique era. . . Keep Reading»»
my review for Crusade by these same wonderful authors? If you haven't, there's no pressure, seriously, but that's just a small glimpse into my feelings toward Nancy Holder and Debbie Viguie's works. I read there WICKED series first - loved it. And then Crusade just sealed the deal, and they simultaneously became new additions to my list of favorite authors. Their writing is phenomenal, plot and world-building too! In WICKED it's witches, CRUSADE it's vampires, and NOW it's FREAKING WEREWOLVES. So, so, sooo excited!
Title + Cover + Summary = Asher sold. When I found about JULIET IMMORTAL, the first thing I did was run to my mom to gush and to chat. We were going back and forth with all the possibilities for this story and where it could lead... I'm almost surprised no one, to my knowledge, has thought of this before. Though, my one hope is that when they say 'immortal' they don't actually mean vampire. I want something original... and that's kind of the vibe that I'm getting here. TELL ME, TELL ME, TELL ME MORE. Please! Can't wait 'til September, peeps.
Juliet Capulet didn't take her own life. She was murdered by the person she trusted most, her new husband, Romeo Montague, a sacrifice made to ensure his own immortality. . .Keep Reading»»
And because I just reviewed both Wings and Spells by Aprilynne Pike, I thought I'd add in that I'm also waiting for
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AND WITH THAT, I shall conclude this week's 'Waiting on...' Wednesday.
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