Martine Leavith's Keturah and Lord Death
Colleen Gleason's The Rest Falls Away: Gardella Vampire Chronicles Book 1
Robert Newcomb's Savage Messiah: Book 1 The Destinies of Blood and Stone
Dan Abnett's Daemon's Curse: A Tale of Malus Darkblade
Kate DiCamillo's The Tale of Desperaux
Yasmine Galenorn's Witchling
Shiloh Walker's Hunting the Hunter
Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere
Anne Bishop's Sebastian
Meredith A. Pierce's The Darkangel
Martha Wells' The Death of the Necromancer
Anne Bishop's Black Jewel's Trilogy
Douglas Clegg's Priest of Blood
Stephenie Meyer's Twilight
Holly Black's Valiant
Holly Black's Tithe
Libba Bay's Rebel Angels
Libba Bray's A Great & Terrible Beauty
Patricia Briggs' Moon Called
Kim Harrison's Dead Witch Walking
Robin McKinley's Sunshine
Laurell K. Hamilton's The Laughing Corpse
Laurell K. Hamilton's Bloody Bones
Laurell K. Hamilton's Death of a Darklord
Patricia Brigg's Blood Bound
Frank Beddor's The Looking Glass Wars


If anyone's heard of The Dark Reflections Trilogy by Kai Meyer, you may know that the third book has come out in the German and English languages, but only in Europe. I was Googling the German title of The Glass Word and this site came out...but its not listed anywhere...Is it??

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Since I was a little girl I have been fascinated with books. Early photos show me with a book in hand, even if it was not exactly my reading level... My first word was a made-up word meaning 'book', actually. I suppose I had my priorities at an early age... Over the years my interest in books has become one of the defining features of who I am as a person. You can probably call me a bookworm. While I have other interests, reading will always be the one I talk about the most, even if I am not focusing on it as much as I used to.