1. Six of Crows, by Leigh Bardugo
A new book (series?) set in the Russian-inspired fantasy world of Bardugo's Shadow and Bone. I know nothing about this book except the author, and that's enough for me. I also have a vague memory of seeing it compared to Ocean's 11?
2. The Scorpion Rules, by Erin Bow
Again, can't remember much of why I added this, but I have read a book by this author before, and really enjoyed it, and I do remember seeing rave reviews.
3. A Brief History of Montmaray, by Michelle Cooper
Historical fiction that has actually made it onto my Kindle. I'm always in the market for good historical fiction.
4. The False Prince, by Jennifer A. NielsenI think I once read this book compared to The Thief series by Megan Whalen Turner, and I could seriously write paragraphs about how much I love that series.
5. The Girl You Left Behind, by Jojo Moyes
Not sure of the plot of this book, but I am a huge Jojo Moyes fangirl.
Honorable (non-fiction) mention: Start, by Jon Acuff
Several friends and the hubby have recommended this book to me. Time to get it on the nightstand.
Well, we'll see how well I stick to this, or what shiny book bumps one of these down a notch. At least I have a plan for the "what to read next" dilemma.