Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Releases Part 2

hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

1.  Ms. Marvel, Vol. 3: Crushed by G. Willow Wilson (June 23) - I've been wanting to pick this comic up since it started being published and now that there are almost three volumes out I think it's time.  I need some more amazing female super heroes in my life and Ms. Marvel seems like a good place to start.

2. Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee (July 14) - Ever since I read To Kill A Mockingbird all I've wanted was more from Harper Lee.  She has a way with words and I am so excited to read this book, like over the moon excited!  I know there might be some shade going around, but it won't stop me from picking up this book.

3. Mechanica by Betsy Cornwall (August 4) - This was on my list at the beginning of the year, but I'm putting it on here again.  I love retellings and this one sounds so good!  I will definitely be reading this as soon as it comes out!

4. Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead (August 4) - I have only read one Rebecca Stead book, if this is anything like When You Reach Me then I will be a very happy camper.  It's about three friends who's only rule is that they never fight.  I'm wondering how long that will last.  Whatever this book is about I'm sure it'll be a great story.

5. Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between by Jennifer E. Smith (September 1) - This book sounds either especially cute, or heartbreaking, but either way it should be a touching love story.  I've read her first book and enjoyed that, so I've decided it's time to pick up another one of her books.

6. Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate (September 22) - There's just something about having a giant cat on the cover of this book that makes me want to read it.  I have no idea what it's about other than that.  I do trust that the writing is good because her last book one the Newbery.  I'm ready to read this!

7. The Rose Society by Marie Lu (October 6) - Okay so this is coming out in October which means I need to get on my game and read The Young Elites because this series sounds so good and I know I'm going to want to read this book as soon as I finish the first!

8. Illuminae by Amy Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (October 20) - I don't know anything about this book other than the cover is absolutely gorgeous and it's really intriguing.  It definitely makes me want to find out what it's all about.

9. Hello? by Liza Wiemer (October 27) - This book is told from five different points of view, which I think will be really interesting.  Everyone as a different story but they are all connected through a phone call.  It sounds like it's going to be really good.

10. Winter by Marissa Meyer (November 10) - This is by far the most anticipated book of the year and it's slowly getting closer to its publishing date.  I am so excited to read this concluding book to this series.  I cannot wait!!!! (please excuse the excessive punctuation.)

11. Not If I See You First by Eric Lindstrom (December 1) - All I really know about this book book is that main character is blind, but she doesn't let that stop her and she doesn't let it become an excuse for people to treat her differently.  This could be a really good book.


  1. Winter was definitely on my list this week too^^ Illuminae and Mechanica are awesome picks too! I seriously need to reread To Kill A Mockingbird but I'm excited about the sequel even though I don't remember much about the first one XD Oh and I still need to read The Young Elites but seeing the sequel is definitely the motivation I need haha! xx

    1. Illuminae just looks so freaking cool! I'm all about typography and man the arc of this book is impressive; I'm so excited to read it!

  2. Great list! I'm so excited for Illuminae. I have a copy of Mechanica that I'm hoping to get to really soon!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

    1. You'll have to let me know how Mechanica is because it sounds pretty awesome!