'Books to Die for' is a fixture here at TUBL that features to-be-released books that I would personally DIE for (or have already died for and gotten). This feature is somewhat similar to 'Waiting on Wednesday' and 'Books to Pine for' posts, but it will not be posted on a specific day of the week and it will be a weekly feature here at TUBL.
DIE-worthy? Definitely. Based on the cover, it already looks DIE-worthy! Plus the premise is sounds awesome!
Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini - May 31st, 2011
DIE-worthy? Yup, I haven't seen a premise as original as this one. It seems to be a blend of mythical and paranormal elements. Count me in!
Nightspell by Leah Cypess - May 31st, 2011
DIE-worthy? Of course! I loved Leah's first novel, Mistwood, and this is the companion novel!
Lark by Tracey Porter - April 8th, 2011
DIE-worthy? This is really different from other YA books. It's a blend of paranormal and mystery with three different narrators. I look forward to this!
Something Deadly This Way Comes by Kim Harrison - April 8th, 2011
DIE-worthy? Definitely. This is the third book in the Madison Avery trilogy. I'm excited to see how it concludes!
Epic Fail by Claire LaZebnik - December 8th, 2010
DIE-worthy? Heck yes! This seems like a really good, hilarious contemporary book! I can't wait to read it!
A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young - June 21st, 2011
DIE-worthy? *nods head furiously* It's by Suzanne Young. 'Nuff said.
Die For Me by Amy Plum - May 10th, 2011
DIE-worthy: This book had me at 'supernatural mythology' so...duh!
Ten Things We Did by Sarah Mlynowski - June 21st, 2011
DIE-worthy? I'm loving the wickedly long title, and besides that, I love Sarah's books! This sounds exciting!
Secrets by Rina Onur and Lauren Kunze - June 1st, 2011
DIE-worthy? Absolutely. The Ivy was one of my favorite contemporary novels. I love the mystery and deceit elements in the plot. It's not even a question of whether or not it's DIE-worthy =)