May 30:Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For The Second Half Of 2017
Typically, I am not one to look too far to the future in terms of anything (books included), but this list comprises some releases that have been on my radar for a while. *grabby hands*
1. Truth or Dare by Non Pratt (Jun 1)
Unboxed was one of my favourite books of 2016, and Non Pratt has quickly become an auto-buy author for me: and it’s out in two days!
2. Our Dark Duet by V.E. Schwab (Jun 13)
I might not yet have read any of Schwab’s catalogue, but I’m still excited for the conclusion to this duology.
3. Because You Love To Hate Me edited by Ameriie (Jul 13)
Short-stories aren’t usually my favourite thing to read, but there are some big name authors contributing to this anthology, and they are working in partnership with booktubers. Exciting stuff.
4. Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo (Aug 31)
I’m not typically a superhero fan, but feminism and all that (and I am super excited about Sarah J. Maas’s Catwoman release next year). Who knows, maybe I’ll be converted.
5. Genuine Fraud by E. Lockhart (Sept 5)
I love E. Lockhart and her books; they are so intriguing, with very little being given away by the description.
6. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas (Sept 5)
I’m still a few novels behind in the Throne of Glass series, but Chaol is one of my favourite characters, so I’m excited to read his story.
7. They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera (Sept 7)
Despite not (yet) having read any of Adam Silvera’s novels, the premise of this one appeals to me: what would you do with your last day if you found out you only had 24 hours to live?
8. Warcross by Marie Lu (Sept 14)
I am so excited about this one: it’s a sci-fi thriller about a computer game, which sounds incredible.
9. There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins (Oct 5)
Anna was okay, Lola was poor, Isla has yet to be read, but I’m intrigued to read Stephanie’s first attempt at YA horror.
10. Lethal White by Robert Galbraith (we can only hope)
I’m cheating a bit with this one because we don’t have a release date, but based on the approximate 18 month gap between her previous Strike novels, I’m hoping for an autumn release. *everything crossed*
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