Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by Broke and Bookish!
Yay! The first T10T of 2015! I love Top Ten Tuesday and think that it is a really fun feature to have on your blog. This week’s theme is all about 2015 debuts. I am participating in a reading challenge about debuts, so the books I chose for that are probably my most anticipated debuts. Instead of posting them all here and leaving you unsurprised for those posts, I will be showing you 10 debuts I am super excited for instead!
Twisted Fate by Norah Olson
This book is a strange one on my TBR because of the fact that it has pretty bad reviews on goodreads. I have never been one to turn away from a book that sounds interesting, so I will be reading this one! I mean it sounds totally creepy, why not!
The Way We Bared Our Souls by Willa Strayhorn
This one might just give me the feels.
The Boy Next Door by Katie Van Ark
I am super excited for there to be a book about ice skating! I am so ready for this happy, cute read. The reviews have been pretty mixed, but the good things sound so worth it!
The Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Wow I hate fantasy so much, but this sounds so good! It seems like a start to a really amazing trilogy!
The Distance Between Lost and Found by Kathryn Holmes
This book looks so intense in so many ways. It covers heavy relationship issues, friendship issues, and THEN getting lost in the woods. I don’t know if I will be able to handle it, but I am going to give it a go.
We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach
This cover is awesome. I am loving these new trends in YA! As a high school senior I feel like this book is going to have a place in my heart. Also, we all know some crazy stuff happens when the possible end of the world is on the line.
The Wrong Side of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne
This book is interesting to me not because of the classic YA stuff, but because a large part of the story seems to have to do with politics. I am in a really interesting government class in school and I think that its cool that there is a YA book where I will be able to get a little taste of politics.
Like it Never Happened by Emily Adrian
AHHHHH ITS ALL SO YA AND I LOVE IT.
The Night We Said Yes by Lauren Gibaldi
Sunsets+YA= TREND. I really am interested to see how this book deals with “learning how to be brave”. Come to my library please.
Anne and Henry by Dawn Ius
Retellings are awesome. Also YA is killing it with the covers in 2015. I am not sure how I feel about the picture, but the all pink is rad!
These are some of the 2015 debuts I am looking forward to reading! What books are you hype for?