Happy Halloween! So, this month was another crazy one. I also deviated a bit from my blog, if you haven't noticed - it's been quieter than usual this month. This is because I've discovered the joys of New Adult and had myself a bit of a marathon. There will be a post later this week breaking down this marathon, but I'm still all about YA. I did manage to read some amazing books this month between my busy schedule and the NA madness. Here are my top five YA reads in October.
1. Black City by Elizabeth Richards
This book totally blew me out of the water. It twisted every idea I've ever had about soul mates, vampires, dystopia, life in general...This book is spectacular.
2. Dark Star by Bethany Frenette
SUPERHEROES IN MINNEAPOLIS. Plus, it mentions my home town. OH, yeah, and it's just straight up awesome.
3. Stealing Parker by Miranda Kenneally
Miranda Kenneally writes contemporary fiction like a champ. Stealing Parker completely lived up to the awesomeness of Catching Jordan. I will now officially read anything Miranda writes. Check out my review here.
4. Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson
Norse mythology, Norway, and a new book crush. This book has everything I want out of a mythological adventure. Read my review here.
5. The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
Ok, I'm actually only almost done with this one. But of course, it's epic. This book lives up to book one. And duh, more Noah - always need more Noah.
What were your top reads this month?