1. The Young Elites by Marie Lu: I'm currently read the Legend Trilogy and I love Marie Lu's writing and Legend is an amazing story. This is another dystopian book and the characters may have some "gifts", that's all I'm going to say about this one. Available 10/7/14.
2. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey: Have I read 5th Wave? No. Why? I have no clue, but now that there is another book out in the series, I will picking 5th Wave very, very soon. And because I don't want to spoil myself I am not reading anything about this book. It came out 9/16.
Came out 9/9.
5. End Game: The Calling by James Frey and Nils Johnson-Shelton: I have heard a few Booktubers tall about this book and it looks really good. It says: "Twelve ancient cultures were chosen millennia ago to represent humanity in Endgame, a global game that will decide the fate of humankind. Endgame has always been a possibility, but never a reality; until now. Twelve meteorites have just struck Earth, each meteorite containing a message for a player who has been trained for this moment. At stake for the players: saving their bloodlines, as well as the fate of the world and only one can win." It sounds incredible. Out 10/7.
6. Talon (The Talon Saga) by Julie Kagawa: I am only going to say this: Dragons that walk among us in human form. It sounds so good. Out 10/18.
8. Watched by CJ Lyon: When hackers can hijack any cellphone or computer webcam, no is safe. I actually already have an ecopy of the book that I got from NetGalley, so this will be read prettyyy soon. Out on 11/4.
9. The Last Changeling by Chelsea Pitcher: "Elora, the young princess of the Dark Faeries, plans to overthrow her tyrannical mother, the Dark Queen, and bring equality to faeriekind. All she has to do is convince her mother's loathed enemy, the Bright Queen, to join her cause. But the Bright Queen demands an offering first: a human boy is is a "young leader of men"." Sounds SO good. Out 11/8.
10. Queen of Someday by Sherry D. Ficklin: "Alone in a new and dangerous world, learning who to trust and who to charm may mean the difference between becoming queen and being sent home in shame to marry her lecherous uncle." Sophie is only 15 years old and she will have to go through so much. This is another book that I have an ecopy from NetGalley and I cannot devour this book. Out 10/7.
I know that there are so many more books out there, but which ones would you recommend me to read? Let me know...