May 23, 2013

What's Next? #28

What's Next? is a weekly meme hosted by IceyBooks.

Every Thursday, select 3-5 books (not too many, not too little!) that you want to read but can't decide which one to read first.
Post the cover, and if you want, the synopsis or even a random line from the book, for each of your selections.
At the end of your post, ask readers to vote on which one you should read next!

Even if you don't end up reading your readers' top choice, you'll know what the majority is excited for.
For more info, visit the introduction post HERE!

To participate, go HERE!



My picks this week are:


  The Last Little Blue Envelope (Little Blue Envelope, #2) by

 
Ginny Blackstone thought that the biggest adventure of her life was behind her. She spent last summer traveling around Europe, following the tasks her aunt Peg laid out in a series of letters before she died. When someone stole Ginny's backpack - and the last little blue envelope inside - she resigned herself to never knowing how it was supposed to end.

Months later, a mysterious boy contacts Ginny from London, saying he's found her bag. Finally, Ginny can finish what she started. But instead of ending her journey, the last letter starts a new adventure - one filled with old friends, new loves, and once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Ginny finds she must hold on to her wits . . . and her heart. This time, there are no instructions.

  Sapphique (Incarceron, #2) by Catherine Fisher

 
Finn has escaped from the terrible living Prison of Incarceron, but its memory torments him, because his brother Keiro is still inside.

Outside, Claudia insists he must be king, but Finn doubts even his own identity. Is he the lost prince Giles? Or are his memories no more than another construct of his imprisonment?

And can you be free if your friends are still captive? Can you be free if your world is frozen in time? Can you be free if you don't even know who you are?

Inside Incarceron, has the crazy sorcerer Rix really found the Glove of Sapphique, the only man the Prison ever loved. Sapphique, whose image fires Incarceron with the desire to escape its own nature. If Keiro steals the glove, will he bring destruction to the world?
Inside. Outside.
All seeking freedom.
Like Sapphique.

Traitor's Son (Raven Duet, #2) by Hilari Bell

 
In Trickster's Girl, when Kesla's journey comes to an end, she pass the pouch and the quest on to someone else. She picks Jason, a native boy she thinks will be able to finish the job. But in fact, a family feud has cut Jason off from his traditional roots, and he is even more doubtful and resistant than Kesla was. But Raven, now a beautiful girl, is quite persuasive and manages to convince Jason this is something not only that he can do, but that he must if he wants to heal his family and the earth.

So, what do you think, which one of these should I read next?

Leave me a comment & help me decide!

12 comments:

  1. My vote goes to Sapphique. :)

    I'd appreciate a vote on mine!

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  2. The Last Little Blue Envelope sounds so cute...

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    1. Thanks for stopping by & voting, Jenna :D

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  3. Sapphique! I have read The Obsidian Mirror by Catherine Fisher and it was so original, I am guessing this series is the same. :)

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    1. Yeah, Incarceron was really original :) I definitely need to get The Obsidian Mirror.

      Thanks for stopping by & voting.

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  4. The Last Little Blue Envelope sounds fantastic

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    1. Yeah, it does :)

      Thanks for stopping by & voting!

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