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My 2013 Reading Wishlist

1. Struck by Lightening - Chris Colfer
2. Shadowlands - Kate Brian
3. The Namesake - Steven Parlato
4. Persephone - Kaitlin Bevis
5. Unremembered - Jessica Brody (Won, Review HERE)
6. Out of the Easy - Ruta Sepetys
7. Vanished - Sheela R Chari
8. Road Trip - Gary and Jim Paulsen
9. Perry's Killer Playlist - Joe Schreiber
10. Insight - Jolene Perry
11. Midnight City - J. Barton Mitchell
12. Pitch Green - The Brothers Washburn
13. The Murmurings - Carly Anne West
14.  The Obsidian Mirror - Catherine Fisher
15. The Rules for Disappearing - Ashley Elston
16. Poison - Bridget Zinn
17. Asylum - Jenny E. Miller
18. Joyland - Stephen King
19. Sleeping in Eden - Nicole Baart
20. Doll Bones - Holly Black
21. Badlands - Seleste Delaney
22. Teardrop - Lauren Kate
23. The Catastrophic History of You and Me - Jess Rothenberg
24. Swept Up by the Sea by Tracy and Laura Hickman
25. The Companions - R.A. Salvatore
26. Mandatory Release - Jess Riley
27. FML - Shaun David Hutchinson
28. Alex by Pierre Lemaitre
29. The Girl Whoa Soared Over Fairyland and Cut the Moon in Two - Catherynne M. Valente
30. NOS4R2 - Joe Hill

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  1. Oh man, I wish I had time to read. I actually put a Kindle Fire into the shopping cart of my amazon account, but then I deleted it because I would never use it. Sigh.

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