Waiting on Wednesday: Blue Lily, Lily Blue

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine. It’s set aside as a time to celebrate upcoming new releases that I’m excited about. This week, I’m looking forward to Blue Lily, Lily Blue, the third installment in Maggie Stiefvater’s Raven Cycle.

Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie StiefvaterI read the first book, The Raven Boys, in the series and really, really enjoyed it! I was pleasantly surprised by how unique it was among all the other supernatural fiction out there. But then I read The Dream Thieves, the second book in the series, and had issues. Maybe it was just the wrong time for me to read it or something, but we just didn’t mesh. It took me forever to finish it. With that said, I’m definitely interested in Blue Lily, Lily Blue because I’m wondering how the rest of the series will go. I really, really want it to be as good as the first book…I want to love it!

I can’t find a summary anywhere online, so I guess Stiefvater hasn’t released it yet. I’ll have to keep my eyes out for it, but I do know that Blue Lily, Lily Blue is scheduled to be released this coming October.  I’m excited to see how this one goes!

What book are you waiting on this week?


9 thoughts on “Waiting on Wednesday: Blue Lily, Lily Blue

  1. This is one of those series that I’ve been interested in but just haven’t found the time to read it. I do like the cover, it reminds me of Peter Pan for some reason.

  2. I actually *just* read The Raven Boys myself and I absolutely LOVED IT. I still need to read Dream Thieves but I’m still really excited for Blue Lily, Lily Blue!! That cover is spectacular too :D I hope you get your hands on this one soon and that you have better luck with it than you did with book2. Wonderful pick ^^

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  3. I just read the Lost Summer – finished it last week. I thhogut it was lovely – light, yes, but true to LMA AND something a bit different.Another heroine who reminds me of LMA – or at least of Jo March – is Kathryn Ardleigh of the Victorian series of mysteries by Susan and Bill Albert, writing under the pseudonym Robin Paige. They start with Death at Bishop’s Keep, and I really like them, though they, too, are light.Another series by Susan Wittig Albert are the Beatrix Potter stories – start with The Tale of Hilltop Farm – so fun!I just joined PaperBackSwap.com, but haven’t sent in my list yet – I’m trying to get rid of all my old books and start just reading on my Kindle – my desperate effort to de-clutter!

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