TTT: 1st half of 2017 most anticipated
As much as I love the TTT meme, pretty much the only ones I participate in are the TBR ones. I’m not even going to try to limit this to 10. Sorry, not sorry.
The description of this somewhat reminds my of the Night Circus for some reason. Regardless, it sounds amazing and is getting some fantastic reviews. I already have it on hold at the library.
I really enjoyed As I Descended and am looking forward to reading something else by this author.
I didn’t read the synopsis of this, and don’t plan to. While I didn’t love the Divergent series (and didn’t even finish it after the end was spoiled for me), I am curious to see what she does next.
The girls who live on a certain street in Brooklyn are all considered cursed. I love this cover and am excited for this book.
Two sisters drowning themselves definitely gives Virgin Sucide vibes, but I’m excited for this one and love that cover.
I shared that I got this a couple of weeks ago. I’m old enough that Labriynth played a huge role in my childhood, so I’m both terrified of this book and beyond excited.
I’ve all but stopped reading books that are a part of a series until all the books are out. I’m excited for this one because that means I can finally read the first two.
I love me some murder mysteries.
The ComicCon like setting plus that amazing cover hair have me sold.
Two teens who were concieved via in vitro fertilization search for answers.
I will always pick up a book that features a witch.
This is about the boy and girl bands in the 90s!
I still need to read book 2, but only because I’ve been waiting for this one.
I loved Simon and can’t wait to read this.
This is YA You’ve Got Mail!!
A group of teens get stuck in a dreamworld where nightmares have come to life. Very Nightmare on Elm Street 3.
This is billed as The Breakfast Club meets Pretty Little Liars, and I feel like that’s all I need to know.
A girl who secretly writes a popular online comic meets her biggest fan when he transfers to her school. This has parts of the comic and his fanfiction, and I just love originally formatted books. I’m seriously so excited for this one.
If the setting is a boarding school, you know I’m going to pick it up. Plus this one has royalty.
Last summer felt a bit incomplete without a new Sarah Dessen.
In 18th Century France, two teens fight pirates and their feelings for each other. Sound fun!
When a book is compared to Frankie Landau-Banks, I have to give it a try. It’s like, a rule.
This follows a girl with possible telekensis powers. I’m intrigued.