10. Rick Riordan - The Hammer of Thor
I don't think I'll ever leave the world Uncle Rick began with Percy Jackson.
|Hope he's worthy.|
9. Lynne Matson - Nil on Fire
I'm starting this one pretty soon, actually.
|"So light 'em up up up..."|
8. Leigh Bardugo - Crooked Kingdom
I liked Six of Crows because of how different (and Legend of Korra-esque) it was compared to the Grisha Trilogy. This book will be just as cool, I hope.
|But I'm a bit bummed this is the end.|
Unless there'll be a modern-day series too?
7. Tahereh Mafi - Furthermore
I can't resist a good Alice in Wonderland retelling.
|Ransom Riggs isn't the only one to #StayPeculiar.|
6. Danielle Paige - Stealing Snow
Or a good Danielle Paige book - and since this one retells The Snow Queen? Even better.
5. Sabaa Tahir - A Torch Against The Night
Got to read a bit of this at Costco a couple of weeks back. Looks really good so far...
|Die, Commandant. DIE DIE DIE!|
4. James Dashner - The Fever Code
Finally, the awesome Maze Runner prequel we all need to tide us over while we wait for the Death Cure movie...
|Also, I hear Brenda's in this one.|
3. Zoraida Córdova - Labyrinth Lost
Brujas. 'Nuff said.
|Everyone's raving about this.|
I will not be disappointed.
2. Sarah J. Maas - Empire of Storms
I've waited too long for this one, man.
|Best cover image of Aelin yet, BTW.|
1. Cassandra Clare - Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy
And it's a sin that it's taken so long to put these stories in print.
|I'm a shameless Simon fanboy, now and forever.|
What do you guys think?
Till next time, Pinecones...
|Remember - Denis Leary is always watching. Always.|