Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

The Blackthorns are reeling from the events of Lord of Shadows. Anabel has fled, taking the Black Volume with her, and with each passing day Emma and Julian come closer to being consumed by the Parabatai curse. Desperate to find a way to protect themselves before it's too late, Emma and Julian make a bargain…

Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas

Choal, now Hand of the King, and Nesryn, Captain of the Guard, travel to the Southern Continent to convince the Khagan to join their cause and to find a healer for Choal. The healer assigned to Chaol is Yrene Towers from the short story the "Assassin and the Healer". Yrene is initially distrustful of Chaol…

King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo

Nikolai Lantsov is the young King of Ravka. He survived his country's bloody and deadly Civil War and inherited a a nearly bankrupt country much in need of restoration. Nikolai is determined to be a better king than his father by rebuilding the standing army and the Second Army, modernizing the country, and forging new…

Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare

The second book in The Dark Artifices sees the Blackthorns and Emma Carstairs visited by the Centurians, elite Shadowhunters, in search of Malcolm Fade's body. But that's no the only reason the Centurians are there. Zara Dearborn, the prejudiced leader of the group wants to take the institute for herself and the Cohort, a group…

Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

Emma Carstairs is convinced her parent's deaths had nothing to do with Sebastian Morgenstern. When mundanes and Fae are murdered in the same way, the Faerie Courts ask the Los Angeles Institute to investigate, and in return they'll return Mark Blackthorn to his family. Emma, her parabatai Julian, Mark, and their friend Christina race against…

Mediator #7! Remembrance by Meg Cabot

To say I was ecstatic when I found out one of my favorite authors, Meg Cabot, was writing an adult sequel to her Mediator YA series doesn't begin to describe how happy I was. I think if I hadn't been sitting on the reference desk at the time I might have jumped up and down…

Winter by Marissa Meyer

After waiting six weeks, I finally got my hands on Winter! The cataloging department took their sweet old time getting out to patrons. I'm just glad I was number 4 on the list so I got one as soon as it was done being processed. So with no further gilding the Lilly, and no more…