Waiting on Wednesday: Fairest

Posted October 15, 2014 by Brin in Memes, Waiting on Wednesday / 25 Comments

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that showcases the upcoming releases that we are eagerly anticipating.


I was taking part in both Waiting on Wednesday and WWW Wednesdays but it was getting a little too much trying to do both on the same day. I have decided to keep doing both but now on alternate weeks. That way I can still keep doing both of them – the best of both worlds really!

My pick for this week:


In this stunning bridge book between Cress and Winter in the bestselling Lunar Chronicles, Queen Levana’s story is finally told.

Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who is the fairest of them all?

Fans of the Lunar Chronicles know Queen Levana as a ruler who uses her “glamour” to gain power. But long before she crossed paths with Cinder, Scarlet, and Cress, Levana lived a very different story – a story that has never been told . . . until now.

Marissa Meyer spins yet another unforgettable tale about love and war, deceit and death. This extraordinary book includes full-color art and an excerpt from Winter, the next book in the Lunar Chronicles series.

Why am I waiting?

Are you kidding me? The story of Queen Levana – the most feared woman in this series? I am so in!!

What books are you waiting on this week?


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25 responses to “Waiting on Wednesday: Fairest

  1. I can’t wait for this either! When I finished Cress I and read that Winter won’t be out until after more than a year I was devastated. I don’t understand how the fans who read Cinder when it was first publish can wait for such a long time. After I found out about Fairest I was happy but honestly I’d give this up if it would mean getting Winter instead.
    Great pick. 🙂
    My WoW: http://reading-is-dreaming-with-open-eyes.blogspot.hu/2014/10/waiting-on-wednesday-18-thousand-pieces.html

    • It is a really long wait for Winter but I suppose Fairest will tide us all over until it is released. I would rather have Winter first too but I am looking forward to both. 🙂

      Awesome choice for your WoW – A Thousand Pieces of You looks amazing!

    • It does look amazing. I always like to get the bad guy’s perspective – gives them more depth. 🙂

      Save Me looks interesting. I hadn’t heard of it before but definitely intrigued – thanks for linking. <3

  2. Oh wow! I didn’t realise this was a series! I wanted to read Cinder and all of those books, but I thought they were all separate! Ohhh, interesting.

    And what am I waiting on? Money, so that I can buy:
    The Rosie Effect
    The Rosie Project
    More Than This

    • Yup, they are all interlinked. It really is such an awesome series!

      Lol, I know what you mean. There are so many amazing books out this month but unfortunately I do not have the funds to buy most of them… 🙂

      • Well there you go! I love when that happens. When they aren’t really a series, but the stories are linked anyway? It’s so clever!

        Aww man, I really want Landlines by Rainbow Rowell but…money 🙁

          • I really want to read More Than This too. I did get it out of my local library but unfortunately didn’t get the time to read it.

            Hope you enjoy it!

          • Me too! The blurb’s had me hooked for months. I just hope it’s not one of those misleading blurbs where the book is nothing like the ad on the back. Those blurbs suck.

          • I know what you mean. Sometimes you read the blurb and it really makes you want to read the book. You then get the book and start reading it then there is this disconnect where you start thinking ‘Am I reading the same thing?’ lol. 😉

          • That kinda happened with the last Maze Runner book. The blurb made it sound like something else was going on besides, well, everything that goes on in that book.

            I think authors should write their own blurbs, instead of the PR people. Because, let’s face it, the PR people just don’t get it.

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