Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I Want to Read This Fall

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the Broke and the Bookish blog. If you want to participate, click here. The theme for this week is Books On My Fall TBR List. (TBR is to be read). I cannot wait to look for these at my library! The following books are in order of priority. All are young adult books, except for the middle grade Keeper of the Lost Cities.



1. Lodestar (Keeper of the Lost Cities Book 5) by Shannon Messenger

Lodestar is the fifth book in my all-time favorite series, Keeper of the Lost Cities! It comes out on November 1st, 2016, and I will be buying it!

2. Speechless by Hannah Harrington

Chelsea can't keep secrets, and after sharing one to many, she decides to be silent and never talk as a way to learn to keep her mouth shut.

3. Relativity by Cristin Bishara

If Ruby could have anything, it would be to change time, but she always thought that was impossible. She finds a tree that is a doorway to parallel universes, and Ruby will do anything to find the perfect universe.

4. Fate of Flames (Effigies Book 1) by Sarah Raughley

Made from nightmares, Phantoms terrorize New York, and at the same time, four girls called Effigies are given the power to control one of the elements. After the technology fails that held the Phantoms back for a while, four new Effigies are thrown into battle to save New York.

5. After Eden by Helen Douglas

Ryan Westland looks normal, but doesn't remember pizza or other normal things. When Eden finds a book written in the future in Ryan's room, Eden discovers that she ruined everything.

6.  My Life Undecided by Jessica Brody

Brooklyn cannot remember the last good decision she ever made. She gives up deciding and lets others decide for her by starting a blog.

7. Overpowered  by Mark H. Kruger

Barrington is supposed to be the safest city in the world. It was, until a bright green light appears. The light eliminates all the birds and stops all electricity. It also gave Nica and her friends superpowers.

8. Dissonance by Erica O'Rourke

Every time someone makes a choice, a new parallel world is created. Del, as a walker, can travel through the universes, and her job is to keep the worlds in peace.


9. Extraction by Stephanie Diaz

When somebody is 16, they qualify for the Extraction testing to see who deserves to live inside the safe core of Kiel, and who is not worthy and lives on the toxic surface of the planet. 

10. Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones

When the MK virus spread like a plague across the planet, a shot was created to stop this disease, but it gave an unexpected side effect of superpowers. 

1 comment:

  1. Haven't heard of these books before. Speechless sounds like a fun read! I'll be checking it out! :D My Top Ten Tuesday!

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