2. The Curse Workers by Holly Black - Is it horrible that I have yet to read any Holly Black? I haven't even read Tithe. It's inexcusable. I actually am more interested in her Curse Workers series than her A Modern Faerie Tale series. It just sounds like my type of series. I just need to find the time and get through some other books first...
3. The Maze Runner by James Dashner - I swear I'm going to get around to the first book sometime real soon. This series fascinates me for some reason, and I have high hopes that it won't be just another typical dystopian series. Please don't let these hopes be crushed!
4. Whistling Tor by Juliet Marillier - Heart's Blood, the first book of this series, is a Beauty and the Beast retelling. Need I say more? I've read her Daughter of the Forest, and I cannot wait to get my hands on this one.
5. The Kingkiller Chronicle by Patrick Rothfuss - Because there needs to be more fantasy in my life, especially high fantasy. Am I intimidated by the size of this book? Heck no! Bring it on, Rothfuss! Impress me with a new epic series that I can fall in love with!
7. Birthmarked by Caragh M. O'Brien - I really want to try out this series. It's another dystopian series that I really hope is worth my time.
8. Shades of London by Maureen Johnson - It's about a modern Jack the Ripper so I'm pretty psyched! Is that weird?
9. Phèdre's Trilogy by Jacqueline Carey - I'm almost reduced to tears when I think of all the books I have that I have yet to read and still need to read. Along with my bookshelves, I have like a million books on my Ipad too. The pressure! Kushiel's Dart is one of them, and I have to get to it. At first glance, it doesn't look like much, but I've heard so many good things about it. I need more time!
10. The Light Isles by Juliet Marillier - Am I becoming obsessed? Possibly. I just want to explore more of the amazingness that is Marillier's writing.