What a fun TTT! There are so many trilogies out right and the wait for them is killing me. But I am wondering what's wrong with a good standalone book? They're almost like an extinct breed of book-- one has to such very carefully for them.
Still, having even more of awesome writing, characters and plots is never a bad thing. :)
Clockwork Prince (Infernal Devices) by Cassandra Clare
Want. Steampunk. Will. Mangus Bane. I'm sold already.
Hallowed: An Unearthly Novel by Cynthia Hand
I loved the angel mythology in Unearthly and I can't wait to see some more Team Tucker in this book.
Heroes of Olympus, The, Book Two: The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
I love this series and how it combines Riordan's previous series with new mythology.
Spell Bound (A Hex Hall Novel) by Rachel Hawkins
Sophie Mercer is one of my favorite YA characters, and I'm dying to see how this last plot twist in Demonglass is going to work itself out.
Crossed (Matched) by Ally Condie
I'm ready to see where Cassia is going to be taken and how she is going to find the one she lost.
Wings of the Wicked (Angelfire) by Courtney Allison Moulton
Ellie is another favorite! I'm ready to see more of her world.
(Fun fact: When you google Wings of the Wicked, the first three images are of KFC :P)
And now three with no book cover!
Arise by Tara Hudson
I loved Hereafter and I can't wait to see where on earth Joshua and Amelia's relationship is heading.
Thumped by Megan Mccafferty
Bumped made me laugh. A lot. Hoping this one lives up to the first.
Unnamed third book of Firelight trilogy by Sophie Jordan
Vanish ended with huge cliffhanger--I want to know what happens!