Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Waiting On Wednesday #7: All Our Yesterdays]

Waiting On Wednesday happens every week on Wednesdays (hence the name) and is hosted by Breaking The Spine.  It's were people talk about the books they want to read about that aren't out yet.

My pick this week is...

"All Our Yesterdays"
Author: Cristin Terrill
Release Date: September 3rd, 2013


Marina has everything. She’s got money, popularity, and a bright future. Plus, she’s best friends with the boy next door, who happens to be a gorgeous prodigy from one of America’s most famous families.

Em has nothing. Imprisoned in a small white cell in the heart of a secret military base, all she has is the voice of the boy in the cell next door and the list of instructions she finds taped inside the drain.

But Marina and Em have one big thing in common: they’re the same person.

Now Em must travel back four years in time in order to avert the terrible future from which she’s fled, and there’s only one way to do it. She must kill the person who invented the time machine in the first place: someone from her past. A person she loved.

But Marina won’t let them go without a fight.

When I learned about this book a few weeks ago I knew that I need to add it to my TBR pile!  I mean, it just sounds so good!  I think I'm going to like the small white cell story line a lot.  I tend to like stuff like that.  I'm just really excited for this one!

What are you waiting on this week?  I wanna know!


Divergent Gryffindor said...

Just added this to my TBR! Thanks for sharing! :)
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Daphne said...

Added this to my TBR as well. Sounds fantastic!

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The Book Rogue said...

Sounds very complicated and twisted. I think I'll be adding this, so thanks for sharing. =) My WoW

Amy said...

Haha!! We are totally book twins this week!! *looks out windows nervously* Lol!!

Shane @ItchingforBooks said...

oh cool. this was on mine a few weeks ago. great pick.

old follower


Tammy Sparks said...

This sounds AMAZING. I think I may have already added it to Goodreads. Great choice!

Here's my WOW.

Unknown said...

I almost chose this as my WoW too. Great looking book :)

My Wow is here

Toni @ My Book Addiction

Tribute Books Mama said...

Sounds really good, enjoy!


Sandra @ Waiting For Wentworth said...

Great choice! I had this as my WoW a few weeks ago. I can't wait to read it!
My WoW

Giselle said...

Ha I just saw this on Amy's blog! It Looks really cool! Time travel can me a hit or miss but I really enjoyed the Vortex series so I hope this author can do it passably at least!

Nicole said...

Excellent pick! I more recently learned of this one and think it sounds fantastic. Definitely something I want to read. And I am also eager for the white cell scenes!

Unknown said...

This is one I am definitely looking forward to! It really sounds interesting. It's a BEA Buzz Book, too, which is pretty cool!

Anonymous said...

OOH like Giselle I just saw this on Amy's blog and was like "OH LOOK!" It does sound really intriguing :) I remember seeing it being featured at BEA's Editor Book Buzz, too! Seems like it'll be a really popular book!

I hope you enjoy it when you read it! I agree, the white cell kind of thing does seem really appealing :)

Nina said...

Oh, damn! That sounds really good. Added it to the list of books I want to read. :)

Erika said...

Oh yes...this looks SO good. I have it on my TBR and can't wait. Great pick :D

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