Sunday, September 1, 2013
September Releases I'm Most Excited For
Dead Ends by Erin Jade Lange - This is the sophomore novel by the author of Butter, a book that I loved. This is male POV, just like her debut was. I'm hoping that Dane is more than just a bully, and that we get to see more sides to his character. Also, I love this cover.
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill - This sounds like an interesting story of time travel. I look forward to meeting both Em and Marina, who are actually the same person.
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell - After loving Rowell's novel, Eleanor & Park, naturally, I'm excited to read her next release. This book sounds interesting, and it takes place at a college, which is unusual for a YA book.
This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales - I haven't read anything else by this author, but this book sounds really good. I love contemporary YA, and this sounds like a good contemporary novel that deals with some tougher topics.
Dead Girls Don't Lie by Jennifer Shaw Wolf - I'm excited for this because it's written by the same author who wrote Breaking Beautiful. It also sounds like a great mystery read.
Once We Were by Kat Zhang - As a fan of Kat Zhang's What's Left of Me, I look forward to seeing how she continues the stories of Eva, Addie, Devon, Ryan, Hally, and Lissa.
Wild Cards by Simone Elkeles - Since I loved the Perfect Chemistry series, I'm looking forward to reading this book by Elkeles. I'm hoping it's just as amazing as her previous works, and it hopefully has a great romance, too. Also, by the synopsis, it looks like this book will probably be dual POV.
Where the Stars Still Shine by Trish Doller - This is definitely a book that I will be purchasing the week it releases. Ever since reading Something Like Normal, I have become a fan of Trish Doller's stories. Since this is her second book, I am expecting to love it as much as Something Like Normal. This is the September release that I am the most excited for.
Find Me by Romily Bernard - This sounds like a mystery dealing with some tough topics. I think reading about the protagonist's hacking will be interesting too.