I love this week's Top Ten Tuesday topic. Because who doesn't love (to hate) a wild, unexpected ending. These are in no particular order.
1. Variant by Robison Wells, which comes out today. I actually tweeted him to see if my galley had all the chapters (it had a lot fewer pages than the hardcover was supposed to). Nope, I had all 29.
2. City of Fallen Angels by Cassandra Clare. I don't even like this series, but I read this one. And I won't read the rest of them, but I'll have to look on wikipedia to see what happens, because what kind of ending was that?
3. Possession by Elana Johnson. I know there's going to be a companion book, but that ending was so wild & perfect I hope she doesn't change it.
4. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. *major spoilers* I knew it would be Dumbledor's book to go, but totally didn't expect who/how.
5. Fablehaven 4 by Brandon Mull. This is a cute middle grade series. The second-to-last book has a huge cliffhanger, which usually doesn't happen with middle grade books.
6. Delirium by Lauren Oliver. That ending had everything, except for a sense of resolution. Pandemonium can't come out soon enough.
7. Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare. I actually liked this a lot more than the TMI books. I know I'm not the only one who's curious what was going on at the end.
8. The Maze Runner by James Dashner. Basically, I didn't expect anything that happened in this one.
9. The Scorch Trials by James Dasher. I knew to expect the unexpected, after The Maze Runner. But somehow I spent the last several pages saying "what?" over & over again.
10. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins. I figured some things out before Katniss, but that last line gets me every. single. time.