I do love the smell of a new book! And don’t get me started on the smell of a really good book store, which I am kind of missing right now. Oh, well. Things are slowly returning to normal and I am hoping to visit my favorite book store soon and get my fix.
The publishing world is still messing with publication dates, which is driving me nuts. But I think it is mostly settling down. While I am pretty sure the publication dates for these books are correct, I wouldn’t be surprised if some of them are wrong, so double check before you get too excited.
Burn is probably the book I am looking forward to the most this month. I’ve heard it is rather weird and quirky, but that is pretty standard for a Patrick Ness book.
The Court of Miracles is historical fiction, which is not my usual genre, but this one does sound interesting, so I am willing to give it a try.
One True King is the third book in this series, and I think I haven’t read the second book yet, so I might not get to this one this month. I have enjoyed these books, they are always good for a laugh.
Battle Born is the only Middle grade book on this list, but it is another book I can’t wait to get my hands on. I just love the world and the story.
Heart of the Dragon just sounded interesting. A dragon raising a baby? I’m intrigued.
Rebel Spy is another historical fiction, but it is written by Veronica Rossi, whose books I usually like. So I’m willing to give this one a try.
Seasons of the Storm has a very interesting premise, immortal physical embodiments of the seasons that must kill each other every year? Yeah, got to check this one out.
Forest of the Souls sounds very interesting, a spy who becomes a necromancer, although they call them soulguides. I am always up for a good necromancy story.
I Killed Zoe Spanos is a book I keep seeing around the blogs. It sounds like a really good mystery which I am always up for.
TrueLif3 I have already read and loved, so I can’t wait for the rest of you to read it and love it too.
So those are the books I am looking forward to in June. What are you looking forward to reading next month?