This week: I join a library in a neighbouring county and squee my way round their young adult section (except not really because it was a library so it was silent squeeing and a lot of grinning; if there's CCTV footage I probably look deranged).
The Silver Branch by Rosemary Sutcliff. Reason: I'm really enjoying Rosemary Sutcliff, and this is the next in her Roman Britain series (after The Eagle of the Ninth).
The Lantern Bearers by Rosemary Sutcliff. Reason: Follows on from The Silver Branch in the Roman Britain series, and sounds pretty interesting/dark.
Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers by Louise Rennison. Reason: I'm loving the Georgia Nicolson books, and in this one she's off to America.
Startled By His Furry Shorts! by Louise Rennison. Reason: As above, next one in the series.
Luuurve is a Many Trousered Thing by Louise Rennison. Reason: Once again, more Georgia Nicolson.
Stop in the Name of Pants by Louise Rennison. Reason: The penultimate in the series (I have the last one on order at my local library).
Frostbite by Richelle Mead. Reason: I read Vampire Academy recently and now I need to know what happens next.
The Dead Girls' Dance by Rachel Caine. Reason: I read Glass Houses earlier this year, had this book from another library before I moved, and now I've found it again.
The Missing by Lisa McMann. Reason: I love Wake and hadn't realised that Cryer's Cross had been published in the UK (probably because they changed the title) which may have been why I meeped when I saw this in the library.
Valiant by Holly Black. Reason: The sequel to Tithe (though I really want Ironside for Corny).
Wish Me Dead by Helen Grant. Reason: I've read Helen Grant's first two books recently and I'm a fan. And once again I hadn't known this one existed.
Before I Die by Jenny Downham. Reason: I've heard a lot of good things about this book, and it's been on the shelf at my local library for ages calling to me so I finally go it out.
The Hollow by Jessica Verday. Reason: I've been wanting to try some of Jessica Verday's books for a while, and there it was on the shelf.