Sixteen-year-old London Howell doesn't know what to do when a strange girl appears and claims he "created" her.
I'd also like to take a moment to honorably mention Soul Stalker (2nd place with 61 votes) and Reaper (3rd place with 50 votes). We had a bunch of amazing books, and I wish everyone the best in their quest for publication.
I'm thrilled with the turn-out--329 voters! Thanks for voting, everyone!
Now that the Great Query Contest is in the books, we can turn to something new. A couple of days ago, Nathan Bransford dropped the shocking news that he is no longer a literary agent. Let's all take a moment to raise our symbolic glasses and wish him well at CNET.
Several weeks ago, Ollin over at Courage to Create asked his readers to come up with their "if someone you knew only had ONE YEAR to live these would be THE 5 books you would tell them to read" list.
I've been mulling that one over in my spare time.*
*3:24-3:27am last Tuesday.
So, now I throw it to you. What are your top five books of all time? Post your picks in the comments.
BTW, Legacy goes to the printer in the next two weeks, so please excuse me if my posts become brief, rambling, or non-existent between now and Thanksgiving.