Top 5+ Wednesday

Top 5 Wednesday!

June is almost over which means that the year is half over too!  Wow!  I can’t believe that!  So for this week’s topic I decided to go with my most anticipated reads for the rest of the year.  Now, I could not limit myself to just 5 books this time, so that is why you see a plus sign after the 5. But I did decide to do just 5 months instead of six, so there is the five part of the equation.  (Did that make sense?  I hope so.)

All of the titles are linked to their GoodReads pages in case you want more information about them, or you know add them to your TBR.

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My Most Anticipated Reads

for the rest of 2019!

July:

  • Plague Land: No Escape by Alex Scarrow. (July 2) One of the most harrowing alien invasions yet.  Last book and I can’t wait to see how it ends!
  • The Storm Crow by Kalyn Josephson ( July 9)  I picked this one up at ALA and can’t wait to get it read sometime this summer.  
  • Within Ash and Stardust by Chani Lynn Feener (July 16) Another finale in a really good science fiction romance.  
  • In the Woods by Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel (July 16) Sounded really spooky and I’m always up for a good mystery.

August:

  • #Murderfunding by Gretchen McNeil (August 6) I passed up the first book last year on Netgalley and ended up regretting that.  Looking forward to reading this one, but first I must read #Murdertrending.  
  • The Demon World by Sally Green (August 6)  I really liked the first book in this series, so different from her Half-Bad books.  
  • Curse of the Evil Librarian by Michelle Knudsen (August 13)  These books are hilarious.  Can’t wait to see how it all ends.
  • Rage by Cora Carmack (August 27)  This sequel has been a long time in coming.  I will definitely be rereading the first book. I only have vague memories about it, but I know that I loved it!

September:

  • Sword and Pen by Rachel Caine (Sept. 3)  Finally the conclusion to this amazing story.  And after the finish on the last one, I am prepared to have my heart broken again.  
  • Five Dark Fates by Kendare Blake (Sept 3)  Another conclusion.  It will be interesting to see where she goes with this one. 
  • Bid My Soul Farewell by Beth Revis (Sept 24) The first book was one of my favorites from last year.  Really looking forward to reading this one. 
  • WayWard Son by Rainbow Rowell (Sept 24)  Loved the first book and am so excited that there is going to be another one!

October:

  • Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo (Oct. 1)  Sounds so intriguing.  I grew up near New Haven, so it will be interesting to see how Yale is portrayed in this dark thriller.  
  • Angel Mage by Garth Nix. (Oct 1) I have not read a lot by Nix, but what I have read I really liked.  This one sounds so interesting that I had to include it.
  • Now Entering Addamsville by Francesca Zappia (Oct 1) I loved Eliza and Her Monsters so I am looking forward to enjoying this who done it.  
  • Rebel by Marie Lu (Oct 1)  The Legend series is still one of my favorites, so I am really happy that we are getting another book set in this world.  Even though the book is more about Eden, I will probably still reread the other books first.  

November:

  • The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (Nov. 5)  Another book by this author?  Do I need to give another reason?  Sounds amazing.  
  • Supernova by Marissa Meyer (Nov 5)  I am so excited to read this one.  Can’t wait to see how it all wraps up.
  • The Toll by Neal Shusterman (Nov. 5) Another series ending.  So sad to see this one go, I have enjoyed it so much.
  • The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black (Nov. 19th) Still haven’t read The Wicked King, but I will before this final book comes out.  

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Lots of series ending this year!  I can’t decide if that is a good or bad thing.  Also have you noticed how many good books have the same publishing day?  Anyways, I hope you enjoyed the post and found at least one book to add to that ever growing TBR beast.  What books are you looking forward to coming out this year? 

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