CARAVAL by Stephanie Garber (Caraval #1)
THE SKY IS EVERYWHERE by Jandy Nelson
MASK OF SHADOWS by Linsey Miller (Mask of Shadows #1)
ODD & TRUE by Cat Winters: This was such an interesting book! I really liked both main characters, and I loved the way the story was told. Cat Winters has written another incredible creepy book.
MEET CAROLINE, CAROLINE'S SECRET MESSAGE, and A SURPRISE FOR CAROLINE by Kathleen Ernst (American Girls: Caroline #1-3)
PLAYING IN THE DARK: WHITENESS AND THE LITERARY IMAGINATION by Toni Morrison
AMELIA BEDELIA by Peggy Parish (reread)
CAROLINE TAKES A CHANCE, CAROLINE'S BATTLE, and CHANGES FOR CAROLINE by Kathleen Ernst (American Girls: Caroline #4-6)
LORD OF SHADOWS by Cassandra Clare (The Dark Artifices #2): I don't think this quite lived up to the first book in the series, but it definitely wrecked me in about a million different ways.
ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS by Francesca Zappia
I AM A DROID by Christopher Nicholas
I AM A PILOT by Christopher Nicholas
A NEW HOPE by Geof Smith
INTO THE BRIGHT UNKNOWN by Rae Carson (Gold Seer Trilogy #3): I can't believe that one of my favorite series of all time is over! It was a perfect ending, though. Absolutely perfect.
YOU'LL MISS ME WHEN I'M GONE by Rachel Lynn Solomon: I CAN'T BELIEVE I GOT TO READ THIS! Does this mean I'm going to finally shut up about it? NEVER. Because it was AMAZING, just like I knew it was going to be. You're going to want to pre-order this so it can be your first read of 2018!
PRINCE IN DISGUISE by Stephanie Kate Strohm: Such a cute, funny, fluffy contemporary! I'd really love to see more books like this.
Backlist Reader Challenge: 9 since last update, overall 30/60 (The Sky is Everywhere, the Caroline series, A New Hope)
Read it Again, Sam Challenge: 1 since last update, overall 19/16+ (Amelia Bedelia)
2017 Debut Author Challenge: 2 since last update, overall 13/12 (Caraval, Mask of Shadows)
2017 Series Enders Challenge: 2 since last update, overall 7/3-5 (Changes for Caroline, Into the Bright Unknown)
I'm going to skip the blogging wrap-up, because I've done embarrassing little on this front for the past few months and I'm probably going to do a lot less in the next couple of weeks because of final exams.
How much have you been reading lately? Are you as behind on some of your goals as I am? Tell me in the comments!