Someone - please make it stop. I can't restrain myself. There are SO. MANY. BOOKS that I just have to read. Aaaah. And I'm probably the slowest reader in the world - jussayin.
'Kay. Here's what I stole this time:
The Last Werewolf by Glen Duncan.
Fire by Kristin Cashore. (Yes, I am prepared for this being nowhere as good as Graceling but whatevs.)
Forbandede mødom by Sarah Engell. (Not translated, "Damn Virginity"? I dunno, I'm not very creative - and I haven't read it yet!)
Graceling by Kristin Cashore. I know I was reading this last week - more on that later - but that's because I hadn't realised that the Danish version of the book was split up in two. Stupid. Anyway, I read the first part and l-o-v-e-d it, couldn't put it down. Unfortunately I had to. But finally I have part two in my hands, and ... Yeah. :)
The Museum's Secret by Henry Chancellor. It's cover looks kinda steampunk-ish so what the Hell.
The Coming of Dragons: The Darkest Age I by A. J. Lake. Woo! Remember when I brought #2 home from the library? Hahaha, yeah I'm a joke. I know two things about this one: dragons & romance-free. Exciting? Maayybeee. (Yes).
Blood Ties by Gabriella Poole. Second one. Huzzah. I really hope this one's better than the first.
Glass Houses by Rachel Caine. Really freaking excited for this one. Spotted it quite a long time ago, actually - a year, more or less.
Velkommen til dybet edited by Mathias Clasen (anthology). (Not translated, "Welcome to the dark" would probably fit it very well.) Horror, and such.
That's about it, folks.