Passenger by Alexandra Bracken (Passenger #1): Are any of you surprised? It's Alexandra Bracken. Of course I had to buy it. For some reason, I didn't pre-order this one, but I did manage to stop by a Barnes & Noble a couple of days after it was released to grab a copy. Funny story: it took me way too long to actually find this book because while I was searching through the new releases section and the sadly disorganized YA section, I somehow managed to completely miss the display that was entirely dedicated to Passenger. Whoops. I got it eventually, and that's what's important. I've read it already (obviously) - you can read my review here.
- City of Bones by Cassandra Clare (The Mortal Instruments #1): I've read this entire series, but I only own a copy of book 2. I'm trying to get a complete set with the old covers, just because that's what I already have, but with the new ones, I'm not sure how easy that's going to be.
- If I Stay by Gayle Forman (If I Stay #1): I may have gotten this mostly because I wanted the complete duology. I know I'll want to revisit it at some point in the future, though.
- Where She Went by Gayle Forman (If I Stay #2): This is one of my favorite books ever, so of course I had to have a copy of my own. This also means that I won't have to bother my friend who already does own it whenever I want to reread it.
I also got to go to one of my favorite used bookstores this month and pick up a few things.
- Divergent by Veronica Roth (Divergent #1): I already owned Insurgent and Allegiant in hardcover, and when I found a nice hardcover of this one to match, I couldn't pass it up. Not sure whether I'll be rereading it any time soon, but they look so pretty lined up on my shelf!
- The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket (A Series of Unfortunate Events #1): Once, I owned the first nine books of this series. Then I got rid of them because I thought I'd outgrown them. I was so wrong. Now, I desperately want to reread them and I don't have any of them. Why did I do that? I'm going to get the entire series in hardcover, but this was unfortunately the only one at the store. Hopefully, I'll have the rest of the books soon!
- The Forest of Hands and Teeth by Carrie Ryan (The Forest of Hands and Teeth #1): A friend recommended this one to me two years ago, and I may have forgotten about it until I saw it again. It's not a book I'd have picked up on my own, but now I'm excited to see what it's about.
- Half-Moon Investigations by Eoin Colfer: I actually got this one by mistake. The title sounded vaguely familiar, and the cover looks vaguely like The Inquisitor's Apprentice by Chris Moriarty (which I do really want to read), so I thought it was that. Will I read this one? Who knows. But I have it now, in case I want to.