This looks like such an adorable book. It actually comes out today, so hopefully I can try it soon. It involves a foreign boarding school and a K-Pop love interest, which could go horribly wrong or wonderfully right – I’m hoping for the latter, obviously.
Illusive was a surprise hit for me last year, so I’m really excited to see what’ll happen next in the sequel. The first book was about a bit of a mixture between X-Men and Ocean’s Eleven, so I want to see that nice combination continue with this book.
This book has been on my to-read shelf for a while – it was initially supposed to be a 2014 debut (or I was simply wrong, which is quite possible) – so that’s the main reason I’m so excited about it. This book does sound interesting, though – a girl pretends to be the daughter of a wealthy family, if I remember correctly, which could be quite entertaining and mysterious.
THE SEQUEL TO MY LIFE NEXT DOOR! It’s FINALLY coming out! That’s really all I can say about this, I’m just too excited!
And the sequel to The Diviners is finally coming as well! It’s been way too long, and I’ve been waiting to reread the first book until I have the second one, so that’s even more reason for me to be excited!
There’s a bit of an overflow of Sherlock-related books, but I still get excited about them, and this one is no exception. This one involves another genderbent character, like Every Breath, and Moriarty as well as Sherlock.
I didn’t have much luck with Julie Murphy’s debut, but this new book from her involving a big girl who is comfortable with herself and has to deal with all the people who look down on her sounds like a good possibility. I actually have an ARC of it and will definitely be trying it soon!
The next book in the Goddess Wars series! With the way the second book left off, I really need to know what’s going to happen in this penultimate book!
I haven’t read any of Jay Kristoff’s books, but I thought Amie Kaufman’s These Broken Stars with Meagan Spooner was pretty interesting and I’ve heard a lot of buzz about this book, so I’m definitely interested in this new series.
A new LGBTQ book from the author of Lies We Tell Ourselves, about segregation and lesbianism in the 1950s? Definitely sounds like something I should check out! Unfortunately, it doesn’t have a cover yet – I’m just waiting.