Ashfall (Ashfall series) by Mike Mullin
In my Geology class, we're always talking about the possibility of the Yellowstone volcano exploding and pretty much wrecking havoc on the North American continent, and how it actually is long overdue for an eruption. Really cheerful stuff. The Ashfall series takes place in a post-apocalyptic North America where exactly this happens.
Daughter of the Forest (Sevenwaters series) by Juliet Marillier
I really like this author and really hope I will like this ultra-popular, slightly older fantasy series. You know, whenever I get around to reading it.
Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna series) by Kendare Blake
The Walking Dead graphic novels by Robert Kirkman
So I love the TV series and now want to try the graphic novels. (Even though Daryl Dixon is apparently not in them?!) I don't usually read American-style graphic novels, being a manga addict, but in this case I'll probably make an exception.
Clockwork Angel (Infernal Devices series) by Cassandra Clare
I technically have read the first book, but feel like I should give it another try and refresh my memory. I know some people love the Infernal Devices even more than the original Mortal Instruments, but I don't remember this one being very memorable-- maybe a re-read will help!
The Diviners by Libba Bray
The first book in a planned YA series. I loved Libba Bray's Gemma Doyle trilogy, not so much Beauty Queens. I think this one is about flappers and black magic. Yay.
The Name of the Wind (King-killer Chronicles) by Patrick Rothfuss
I started this first book and actually really did like it-- I just haven't had time to pick up where I left off yet. The writing in this book is seriously amazing; it is definitely well-crafted fantasy.
Birthmarked (Birthmarked series) by Caragh M. O'Brien
A pretty good-sounding YA dystopia series with a confusing synopsis I won't even try to paraphrase.
The Way of Shadows (Night Angel Trilogy) by Brent Weeks
I've kinda wanted to read this epic-urban fantasy series for a long time. Just not enough to pick up the first book; maybe it will happen some slow day at the library.
Enclave (Razorland series) by Ann Aguirre
Another popular dystopia seris I've yet to start reading. I literally had never noticed the creepy hand in the bottom right corner of the cover until now.
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