Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is a Top Ten Debut Novels I Am Looking Forward to. I decided to go another way with this, and to take debut, and second-third-I-don’t-know-how-many- books, because well, there are MANY books I am looking forward to reading in 2016! Let’s take a look at this, and cry our eyes out because time needs to go by faster. And don’t forget to click on the title of the books to read their fabulous synopsis!
1 • Radio Silence, Alice Oseman
I really liked Alice Oseman’s debut, Solitaire, and with everything I’ve heard about Radio Silence, it certainly sounds like I’m going to like it, too. Talk about school pressure? Yes, please!.
2 • The Distance From A to Z, Natalie Blitt
Okay, so this one is a debut, yay!! A sweet contemporary story, an unforgettable summer with a cute boy, and what seems like a swoon-worthy story? I can’t wait to read that. Plus, it’s described as a mix between Stephanie Perkins and Miranda Kenneally, so…well, this is for me!
3 • This Song is Not For You, Laura Nowlin
Okay, so this one is a second novel, too, but I can’t wait to read it! I absolutely loved Laura Nowlin’s debut, If He Had Been with me, so I obviously have high hopes for this one, as well. I hope I’ll like it!!
4 • With Malice, Eileen Cook
This one is not a debut, either, but this synopsis just got me. I just love it when some stories are mysterious, and dealing with memory loss, accidents, and I don’t know, I just WANT to read this okay?!.
5 • In Real Life, Jessica Love
I already mentioned this book in a previous Waiting On Wednesday post, so I will keep it short, and sweet. Online friendship is such a big part of our lives nowadays, -well, if you ask me-, so I’m just really excited to read a book that deals with this!
6 • Even if the Sky Falls, Mia Garcia
Another young adult romance, but well, what can I do, I’m a sucker for this kind of stories sometimes! This book sounds like such a great read for a rainy, cold winter day, to get away – if you read between the lines, this is me saying I WANT THAT NOW.
7 • Bookishly Ever After, Isabel Bandeira
A book with an actual bookworm, obsessed with book boyfriends and lost in her own world of words? I need to read this book as soon as possible, because this is a gem for all of us bookworms out there.
8 • The Crown, Kiera Cass
I think that Kiera Cass is trying to torture us with so many Selection books…isn’t she?! No matter what, this series is my guilty pleasure a little bit, so I’m not going to stop reading it. Especially because I want to read about Kile again.
9 • The Unexpected Everything, Morgan Matson
I have read and loved almost all of Morgan Matson’s books: for me, they are perfect contemporary stories, with relatable and three-dimensional characters. This new book sounds, once again, really good!
10 • The Leaving, Tara Altebrando.
This synopsis. If you haven’t read it, go right away and do so. I mean, isn’t that SO weird? You got me, I love weird books, and this one will certainly fulfill all of my weirdness-needs. And this book cover is kind of creepy. So, why not?