Now, in no particular order!
1. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, by Mark Haddon
I've been meaning to read this for ages, but somehow never got around to it. I just read the preview, though, and I'm determined to read this treasure!
2. 11.22.63 by Stephen King
Stephen King is a brilliant writer, but I like being able to sleep without nightmares. However, this (and the next book on the list) seems to be pure thrill and enjoyment :)
3. The Mist, by Stephen King
I'm pretty sure I read this before, and enjoyed it a lot! I roughly remember a mishmash group having to survive in a shopping mall with monsters roaming outside. I think this was the book, anyway. I'll find out soon enough :)
4. The Night Circus, by Erin Morgenstern
I only read the preview, but this promises to be awesome. It reminds me a little of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, which was both enchanting and spine-chilling.
5. A Court of Thorns and Roses, by Sarah J. Maas
I think I'm giving this book a chance? I've heard good things about Sarah J. Maas, and this book seems to be really well received. Hoping it turns out to be a great read!
(and yes, I'm placing tiny book pictures here! Isn't everything so colorful heh)
6. The 5th Wave, by Rick Yancey
This reminds me, somehow, of I Am Legend. Humans being hunted by aliens, humans distrusting and killing other humans... a zombie-esque novel without the zombies. Whew! After the Newsflesh Trilogy by Mira Grant, I think I've grown much more open to this genre.
Hmm, only six books? Hahaha. I just took an aspirin+coffee to wipe off the last of my two hour headache, which has been thunderclouding for a while. Hopefully now that it's over, everything will be back to normal, and my brain will regain the ability to read a book, which is nigh impossible when there is a whomper in my head.
Which is gone!
Now I shall read Talley's.
The Script - for the first time