(in order of release date)
A Conspiracy of Kings by Megan Whalen Turner – Possibly my favorite YA series of all time, and I’ve had to wait three years for this fourth book, so you’d better believe I’ll be at the book store bright and early on release day to find out what Eugenedies, Sophos, and the rest of them have gotten themselves into now.
This World We Live In by Susan Beth Pfeffer – Life As We Knew It was one of my favorite books read in 2007, and now we get to find out what happens after for Miranda and her family. I suspect it’ll be heart-wrenching, but that won’t stop me from grabbing it as soon as I can.
The Magic Thief: Found by Sarah Prineas – I adored my introduction to Conn’s world in Stolen, was intrigued by the twists and turns of Lost, and now am eagerly awaiting the chance to find out how this exciting trilogy will wrap itself up.
(picture from Catching Fire as none available for Book 3)
Hunger Games Book 3 (no title at present) by Suzanne Collins – Speaking of exciting trilogies… I suspect this is the most anticipated YA novel of 2010, and for good reason. After the cliffhanger ending of Catching Fire, waiting until the fall to find out who survives, who doesn’t, and where District 13 will take us is torture.
(picture from The Treasure Map of Boys as none available for Real Live Boyfriends)
Real Live Boyfriends by E. Lockhart – I finish every Roo book desperately hoping there will be another, so I can spend more time with her awkward yet incredibly charming self. So it was to my great joy that I found out she’s getting a fourth book, even if I have to wait until the end of 2010 to get it!
What books are you most looking forward to pick up next year?