I’ve been hearing such great, amazing things about this book and I really enjoyed Jessi Kirby’s first two books, so I’m definitely looking forward to this blend of mystery and contemporary.
This is a debut that I’ve heard great things about and that sounds interesting, which is always a great combination. It also looks like a nice, summery kind of book, which I’ve been reading lately since it is, of course, summertime.
I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed Shadow and Bone, and I’ve heard great things about the sequel from people who also enjoyed the first book, so I’m quite excited, although there’s part of me that wants to wait as long to read the sequel so that I don’t have to wait a whole year before the third (last?) book comes out.
One of Sarah Dessen’s most popular books, this also has an interesting premise: a mother who’s working on husband number five and the daughter that learned from that mother how to deal with relationships in a way that doesn’t hurt her. I think I’m going to have to listen to Marina & the Diamonds’ How to Be a Heartbreaker over and over again while reading this…
An insomniac that’s working at a clothing boutique for the summer in the beach town where her father has recently moved? It sounds like another interesting and summery Dessen book, plus it was one of the few that my library seemed to have in last week (even though I couldn’t find it), so I decided to throw it on this list as well.
This is another debut and is about the circus. I haven’t heard much about it from other reviewers, but that premise alone gets me interested…
I’ve heard some good things about this book, it’s another debut, and it involves a family in the Witness Protection Program – sounds like an interesting combination, and definitely one you don’t get the chance to read about often.
I really enjoyed Adrienne Kress’s The Friday Society a few months ago, so when I heard about her new books, which involved angels and already has some good reviews, I knew I would want to get my hands on it.
This is the final book in the Darkness Rising trilogy and I’ve had it for at least two months, I think, but I haven’t gotten around to it because I always have too many library books to work on any unread books that I already own. I am determined to get it read, as well as the first two books reread, sometime this summer, hopefully sometime this month as well. We’ll see how that goes…
It seems like just about every YA book blogger has read this series, but I haven’t yet, so I’m determined to check out the books sometime soon, hopefully this summer or at least this year. It sounds like something I would enjoy, but I just never thought of picking up the series before I began blogging and hearing about them everywhere.