I've got a ton of books that I've bought or I've borrowed (stolen) from my sister, so I've made a mini pledge to myself not to go to the library as often so I can crack on with these.
However, I went on a ordering rampage last month, and books I requested have finally started coming into my local library, and I can't just ignore them. I think I've explained this before, but at my library you can request books from all the other libraries in the county and then pick them up locally.
I picked these two up the other day:-
Elizabeth is Missing, Emma Healey
This got a lot of buzz when it was first published, which is why I had to wait ages to get it.
I'm expecting big things from this, a detective story with a twist. Maud is investigating the disappearance of her friend, but she is hampered in her search as she has dementia.
The Maze Runner, James Dashner
A film adaptation has just been released, and it is being touted as the next Hunger Games. Although I'm going to reserve my judgement until I've finished reading it, I'm dubious about these claims at the moment. It's interesting to see how literary trends work, after the success of Twilight bookshops where full of vampire boyfriends, now it's all about killing kids as part of weird survival games.