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Top Ten 2014 Debuts I’m Looking Forward To
It’s time for 2014 debuts! There are so many books that look really good, and I definitely have enough books I’m excited about to do at least one more list. But these are the ten I’m looking forward to the most!
- Nuclear Winter by Guy Harrison. This one looks really good! It’s post-apocalyptic, and it takes place after World War 3 has ended very, very horribly. All I know is that Nuclear Winter is coming out sometime this month!
- All That Glows by Ryan Graudin. I LOVE fairies, and the second I saw that it was about fairies, I knew I had to read it! I can’t wait until next month, when All That Glows comes out!
- Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge. I don’t read fairy tale re-tellings very often, but Cruel Beauty seems really interesting! It’s a re-telling of Beauty and The Beast. At least it’s coming out in a few weeks, so I won’t have to wait long to read it!
- Forget Me Not by Stacey Nash. I like the idea of a brooch and a necklace working together to essentially make you invisible. And there’s this group who doesn’t want anyone to know about it, and I can’t wait until February 17th to find out why wearing them together is so dangerous!
- The Eighth Guardian by Meredith McCardle. I’m very intrigued by the idea of a test that reveals a secret organization that time travels to change the course of history. I am definitely looking forward to the expected release date of May 8th.
- Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy. What’s intriguing about this book is that the main character has cancer so she works on her bucket list…only to have her cancer go into remission and faced with the consequences of her bucket list. I’m looking forward to the March 18th release date.
- Learning Not To Drown by Anna Shinoda. This book is definitely up my alley. There seems to be interesting family dynamic, and for some bizarre reason, I’m drawn to books about dsyfunctional families, so I’m definitely looking forward to the April 1st release of this book.
- Prisoner Of Night And Fog by Anne Blankman. As much as I love historical fiction, I don’t read it very often. But I’m really excited about this book, set in Nazi Germany. Plus, the main character is the niece of Hitler, which seems like it’ll make this book different from some of the other books set during this time. I so want it to be April 8th, when this book is expected to be released.
- Pandemic by Yvonne Ventresca. I think books about pandemics are interesting, mostly because I haven’t read many of them. This one seems particularly interesting, since something’s going on in Lilianna’s life well before disease struck. May 6th is the expected publication date for Pandemic.
- The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings. The title is definitely interesting, and it was enough for to see what a book called The Murder Complex is about. It’s this world where the murder rate is higher than than the birthrate, and things ensue when the main character meets a guy who is a programmed assassin for the Murder Complex group that’s running the state of Florida. I can’t for June 10th, when The Murder Complex is going to be published!