A blissful trip to the library ended with me holding five billion books and wondering which I should read first. Horrible dilemma. Want to help me out?
I’m linking up with IceyBooks’ What’s Next? meme. I’ll show you a few titles from my Eiffel Tower stack and YOU can vote for which I should read (and review) next. (I delegate the hard jobs. I’m good like that.)
Seventeen-year-old Michael and his five-year-old brother, Patrick, have been battling monsters in The Game for weeks.
In the rural mountains of West Virginia, armed with only their rifle and their love for each other, the brothers follow Instructions from the mysterious Game Master. They spend their days searching for survivors, their nights fighting endless hordes of “Bellows”—creatures that roam the dark, roaring for flesh. And at this Game, Michael and Patrick are very good.
But The Game is changing.
The Bellows are evolving.
The Game Master is leading Michael and Patrick to other survivors—survivors who don’t play by the rules.
And the brothers will never be the same.
Two young women from totally different backgrounds are thrown together during World War II: one a working-class girl from Manchester, the other a Scottish aristocrat, one a pilot, the other a wireless operator. Yet whenever their paths cross, they complement each other perfectly and before long become devoted friends.
But then a vital mission goes wrong, and one of the friends has to bail out of a faulty plane over France. She is captured by the Gestapo and becomes a prisoner of war. The story begins in “Verity’s” own words, as she writes her account for her captors.
Fifteen-year-old Christopher has a photographic memory. He understands maths. He understands science. What he can’t understand are other human beings. When he finds his neighbour’s dog lying dead on the lawn, he decides to track down the killer and write a murder mystery about it. But what other mysteries will he end up uncovering?
HELP. What should I read next?
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cait obviously has more books on her to-read pile then time to read them. she should stop going to the library. she’s having a break from writing (which is driving her batty) and she frequents pinterest (a lot) at the moment. she just bought an Avengers tee-shirt. she is a bit nerdy like that.