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Top Ten 2017 Debuts I’m Excited For
When I pick up books to read, I don’t always pay attention to when it was published or whether it’s a debut book. It is fun to look through the lists of books being published for the year, and these are the 2017 debuts I’m looking forward to reading.
- Caraval by Stephanie Garber. It’s about this legendary, once-a-year show and it sounds really good!
- Gilded Cage by Vic James. Gilded Cage is about aristocrats who have magic, and the commoners who serve them for 10 years. It sounds like something I’d love, and while it does seem like a lot of similar books are out there right now, this one caught my attention.
- Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones. It’s Goblins and sacrifice and I want to read it now!
- Wicked Like A Wildfire by Lana Popovic. This book seems very magical, and there’s a lot of secrets to uncover. I’m definitely intrigued.
- The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas. This book definitely caught my eye, and it’s inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement. I have the feeling it’s going to be heartbreaking to read, but I also have the feeling it will be worth it.
- American Street by Ibi Zoboi. American Street looks so good! It’s about a girl who immigrates to the U.S. from Haiti, and has to navigate a new place without her mother. I’m definitely looking forward to reading it!
- Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves. Just from the summary, I get a Red Queen vibe from the book. I kind of get a similar vibe for Gilded Cage, but it’s not going to stop me from picking this book up!
- Frostblood by Elly Blake. I’m getting a Hunger Games meets Red Queen vibe from the book, but I’m still intrigued by opposing magical abilities coming together to change everything.
- The Hidden Memory Of Objects by Danielle Mages Amato. I’m looking forward to this book because it’s about a girl who can see memories attached to objects…and uses that ability to figure out what happened to her brother.
- The Color Project by Sierra Abrams. I think why I’m looking forward to this book is because Bee doesn’t want to reveal her real name to someone she meets. I don’t know why that got my attention, but it did.