Super Fabulous YA Lit Meme → (3/10) Ten Series or Books
Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
"You know," someone said off to my left, "I usually find a blocking spell to be a lot more effective than yelling ‘Bad dog,’ but maybe that’s just me.”
It’s been five years since the events of the Mortal Instruments when Nephilim stood poised on the brink of oblivion and Emma Carstairs lost her parents. Raised in the Los Angeles Institute, Emma is paired as a parabatai with her best friend, Julian. As Emma hunts those who caused the death of her parents, the trail leads back to those they’ve always been taught to trust. At the same time, Emma is falling in love with Julian — the one person she’s forbidden by Shadowhunter Law to love. Set against the glittering backdrop of present-day Los Angeles, Emma must learn to trust her head and her heart as she investigates a demonic plot that stretches from the warlock-run nightclubs of the Sunset Strip to the enchanted sea that pounds the beaches of Santa Monica. —The Dark Artifices: Lady Midnight (2015)
I should have thought about where I was going to put all these books before I bought them. Whoops.
july book haul + the beginning of everything = empty bank account
Summer Fling with a Book may be over, but never fear: fall has plenty of exciting new reads to keep you busy through the end of the year. Here are a scant few of those on our radar (many, many, and - oh yes - many more on our Goodreads shelf for 2014 reads!) And keep your eye out for our next hive booklist: we’re creating another massive organizational chart for all of our summer fling selections!
Click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!
- Salt & Storm, Kendall Kulper
- Atlantia, Ally Condie
- Anatomy of a Misfit, Andrea Portes
- I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson
- The Vault of Dreamers, Caragh O’Brien
- Made for You, Melissa Marr
- This Is How It Ends, Jen Nadol
- Even in Paradise, Chelsey Philpot
- The Cure for Dreaming, Cat Winters
- Perfectly Good White Boy, Carrie Mesrobian
- The Walled City, Ryan Gaudin