While the seasons dictate that it’s now Autumn, here in sunny Sydney the weather hasn’t quite got the memo, and the humidity is still making my soul die a little. But all that is bearable, because today I’m going to tell you ten (only ten, I know!) books that I’m looking forward to getting my hands on over the next couple of months.
Wanderlost by Jenna Malone //Europe, travel, wandering nomad, l’amour….what possibly could be bad about this contemporary??? Absolutely nothing, that’s what.
The Winner’s Kiss by Marie Rutkoski // I’m currently re-reading The Winner’s Trilogy but I seriously do not think my heart is ready for the last book in this series.
The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig // I love time travel, and I love pirates, but sadly the time travel to come out of 2016 hasn’t been the greatest. HOWEVER, I have heard absolutely amazing things about The Girl from Everywhere, and it seems to be that type of book that seems to be one step above the rest. God hope so.
Ruined by Amy Tintera // I am lurrrrving the amount of fantasy that is cropping up at the moment, and even though I wasn’t Reboot‘s biggest fan, my book body is ready for this one. Deception and murder? YES.
A Drop of Night by Stefan Bachmann // I’ve heard a mixture of reviews about this one, but even the bad reviews make me want to read it more. One of my growing tastes is these pyscho-thriller-esque horror novels, and I love reading books that really leave me going WTF mate?
The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye // Russian historical fantasy? SAY NO MORE.
A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J Maas // Alright, so I wasn’t ACOTAR‘s biggest fan, but it’s Sarah J Maas, and I
want need to see some Rhys sexy time, and judging from what I’ve heard, I think I might just get it.
Traitor Angels by Anne Blackman //I’m a bit wary with books based on real life people, especially those I don’t know too much about, but I’m a sucker for a historical read, and this seems to have a sense of mystery about I’m really looking forward to.
The Season of You and Me by Robin Constantine // Another contemporary read that looks really promising (see what I did there?) I really enjoyed Constantine’s debut, so I’m sure I’ll love this just as much.
Love & Gelato by Jenna Evans Welch // I’m LOVING this plethora of travel novels that are cropping up in YA at the moment. And this one is just too cute to resist, I know it. Plus GELATO.
What books are you looking forward to this autumn/spring? Have you read any of the ones on my list? Let me know in the comments below!