Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Most Recent Additions To My Wishlist : T5W


Top 5 Wednesday is hosted by Sam from ThoughtsOnTomes and you can find the Goodreads group here.

This weeks pick is my most recent additions to my wishlist. I decided to go with my library wishlist that I've been compiling since I've noticed I get more reading done when the books are from the library. So without further ado lets see what books i've recently added to my library wishlist.

Innocent Darkness (The Aether Chronicles, #1)Innocent Darkness by Suzanne Lazear

Synopsis: 
Sixteen-year-old Noli Braddock's hoyden ways land her in an abusive reform school far from home. On mid-summer's eve she wishes to be anyplace but that dreadful school. A mysterious man from the Realm of Faerie rescues her and brings her to the Otherworld, only to reveal that she must be sacrificed, otherwise, the entire Otherworld civilization will perish.





Daniel Half Human: And the Good NaziDaniel Half Human: And The Good Nazi by David Chotjewitz

Synopsis:
In 1933, best friends Daniel and Armin admire Hitler, but as anti-Semitism buoys Hitler to power, Daniel learns he is half Jewish, threatening the friendship even as life in their beloved Hamburg, Germany, is becoming nightmarish. Also details Daniel and Armin's reunion in 1945 in interspersed chapters.




How to Lead a Life of CrimeHow To Lead A Life Of Crime by Kirsten Miller

Synopsis:
Anywhere else, they’d be vermin. At the Mandel Academy, they’re called prodigies. The most exclusive school in New York City has been training young criminals for over a century. Only the most ruthless students are allowed to graduate. The rest disappear.
Flick, a teenage pickpocket, has risen to the top of his class. But then Mandel recruits a fierce new competitor who also happens to be Flick’s old flame. They’ve been told only one of them will make it out of the Mandel Academy. Will they find a way to save each other—or will the school destroy them both?


Two Lies and a Spy (Two Lies and a Spy, #1)Two Lies and A Spy by Kat Carlton

Synopsis:
When sixteen-year-old Kari’s dad sends her an unexpected text, she and her brother immediately go into hiding. Because when your parents are superspies and your dad declares a Code Black, it can only mean something bad. Very bad. Kari soon discovers that her parents have been disavowed and declared traitors, and she’s determined to clear their names. Breaking into the Agency seems like a reasonable plan, especially with the help of a team that includes her longtime crush, Luke, as well as her two best friends—an expert hacker with attitude and a master martial artist—and Luke’s popular, vindictive twin sister. Oh, and a new guy, who’s as cute as he is complicated.


Little Black Dresses, Little White LiesLittle Black Dress, Little White Lies by Laura Stampler

Synopsis:
Harper Anderson always believed she belonged somewhere more glamorous than her sleepy Northern California suburb. After all, how many water polo matches and lame parties in Bobby McKittrick's backyard can one girl take? That's why Harper is beyond ecstatic when she lands her dream internship as a dating blogger at the elite teen magazine Shift. Getting to spend the summer in New York City to live her dream of becoming a writer? Harper's totally in.




Those are my most recent additions to my library wishlist (a.k.a. suspended holds).  

What books have you recently added to your wishlists?


4 comments:

  1. Wow Daniel Half Human: And the Good Nazi sounds really interesting! I'm adding it to my TBR pile for sure!

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    1. Yes, as soon as I read the synopsis I knew I had to read it. Hopefully I'll get to it soon.

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  2. Little Black Dress one was released yesterday, right? I saw it on Instagram. It looks really good.

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  3. The Chotjewitz book sounds amazing, and so unlike anything I've read before set in the same era. Thanks for sharing! Little Black Dress, Little White Lies is also a book that has recently caught my eye. For some strange reason, the synopsis reminds me a lot of the Devil Wears Prada- but writing, instead of fashion. It just sounds like such a wonderful, entertaining read!

    ~ Aimal @ Bookshelves & Paperbacks

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