Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely people at The Broke and Bookish
Or, in this case, five.
5. Ink, Amanda Sun
It’s set in Japan so hopefully an oriental setting will decrease the dreaded YA author need to plastacise everything. Shows promise.
4. Let the Sky Fall, Shannon Messenger
Seems like a cross between Narnia, the Wizard of Oz and Twilight. But in a good way.
3. All Our Pretty Songs, Sarah McCarry
Looks promising. I’m just hoping there’s no love triangle to drag it down.
2. The Madman’s Daughter, Meghan Shepherd
Based on a story by H.G. Wells, this looks to be awesome.
1. The Rules for Disappearing, Ashley Elston
Its being marketed as Bonny and Clyde meets If I Fall. Told from a dual perspective, if done well, it could be good 🙂