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Andrew Smith
Gameboard of the Gods
Richelle Mead
Burning Up (Berkley Sensation)
'Meljean Brook', 'Virginia Kantra', 'Angela Knight', Nalini Singh
Love and Other Perishable Items
Laura Buzo
The Orphan Master's Son
Shiver - Maggie Stiefvater I really liked the first book of Stiefvater's Wolves trilogy. There's something about her writing that I can't put my finger on. Her books aren't rush through them to find out the ending page turners. They simmer slowly and get under your skin. There's something a bit melancholy about her books as well. It's like I can feel the snow and stillness of the forest when she writes about it. I liked Grace and thought she was smart and thoughtful. Her connection to the wolves runs deep and you could understand her fascination with them. At first I thought the different POVs was going to be annoying but it ended up being a good thing. Seeing Sam's side of things really gave the story more depth. You end up rooting for Sam and Grac, hoping that they make it. Guess I have to read book 2 to see what happens.