Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
I don’t usually read movie tie-ins but this doesn’t really count. I want to read more about Wonder Woman!
A Map for Wrecked Girls by Jessica Taylor
This one is about two sisters, so obviously I have to read it.
The Secret History of Us by Jessi Kirby
I keep getting told that I need to read Kirby’s books so I might try this one. Maybe. The cover creeps me out a bit though.
I was going to keep this post quite concise in an attempt to prevent myself from wanting ALL THE BOOKS, but apparently July is the month in which all the new releases are out. I’ve told myself that I’m only allowed to buy one of these, but let’s be honest, I have no self control.
I really enjoyed Stokes’ contemporary debut, The Art of Lainey, so I feel like I should read this to give the author another whirl. In this book, a Youtube star dies and his mourning girlfriend starts getting harassed.
Kasie West! She’s on my auto-buy list, even if I didn’t like her last contemporary all that much. I can’t even remember if I read it properly or if I skim read it. But anyway, in this book the main character wins the lottery, so I’m hoping it’ll be a fun rags to riches story.
When I’m in the mood to read about carnivals again, I’ll be picking this one up.
November is always a slow month when it comes to releases, but there are a few books that I’m looking forward to. Winter is the only one that I’ll be buying and reading right away because I’m on a ban/have work, but I’m definitely interested in getting the rest soon.
We’re – supposedly – well into Autumn now and publishers are still going strong with the 2015 releases. There are a bunch of books that I’m looking forward to getting my hands on this month, and I wanted to share them with you all. Which October releases are you looking forward to? Since Shadows of Self doesn’t come out in the UK until November, I decided against putting it in this month’s post. You Americans are so lucky!