The size of my reading que approaches unbelievable lengths this week.
I’m still trying to finish PURE by Terra Elan McVoy–I started this one primarily out of curiosity, to see how an author would handle the Christian faith in a mainstream YA novel about sex and friendship.
My search for further volumes of Tanith Lee’s CLAIDI JOURNALS turned up empty. Oh, I found them at the library all right, but what I really wanted was to purchase them from Border’s, since I adore the first installment so very much and want the full set all to my little self.
Despite what I said upon finishing Libba Bray’s A GREAT AND TERRIBLE BEAUTY, I do, in fact, want to read the sequel. I checked that out from the library last night, along with BECKA COOPER by Tamora Pierce.
Yes, I know, I’m behind on all the new and hot series right now. Ditto for HUNGER GAMES by Suzanne Collins, which I tried to find at the library but could not. Sad face. I consoled myself by grabbing Elizabeth Bunce’s A CURSE DARK AS GOLD.
On top of all this, I’m still trying to find time to read THE PROPHECY OF THE SISTERS. Gah! Too much! When will I get it all read?
I have a college professor for whom reading YA seems to come as easily and quickly as breathing, and I’m really wishing I could borrow his brain about now.