Top Ten 2016 Debut novels I'm looking forward to
Top ten tuesday is a weekly feature/ meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish. This weeks topic was one I have been looking forward to for a while as I love discovering new books to look forward to for the year to come. I found so many that sounded amazing, but here are my top ten:
1) Consider by Kristy Acevedo - Not only is this an end-of-the-world apocalyptic novel, it also has a female protagonist with anxiety disorder, and honestly just sounds amazing.
2) The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig - I've not read a book about time travel before, but this one just really drew me in with the different time periods and just amazing sounding plot. I can't wait for this one!
3) A Study In Charlotte by Brittany Cavallaro - The grandchildren of Holmes and Watson working together on a crime whilst being the prime suspects? Yes please! This just sounds like its going to be so fun with a mystery tied in, and I can't tell you how much I want to read this.
4) The Girl who Fell by Shannon M. Parker - This just sounds like such major twist on your average contemporary, taking your average romance and turning into something a lot darker and sinister. It sounds so gritty and very different from anything else I've read - I'm excited.
5) Enter Title Here by Rahul Kanakia - As soon as I read the synopsis, I knew I wanted to read it, as it seems like such a unique contemporary story, and involves writing. I'm also excited as the main character seems like an antihero, and as I haven't read many books from unlikable main characters POV, I would really like to see how this works.
6) The Love that Split the World by Emily Henry - All I had to do was read the summary for this, and I was already wanting to get my hands on it. Mysterious, romantic, it just sounds down-right amazing!
7) Beyond The Red by Ava Jae - I'm not a massive sci-fi fan, but even I am drawn in by the sound of this one. Two runaways, an alien queen and a rebel soldier with a hidden identity - I can't wait to pick this one up.
8) Bookish Ever After by Isabel Bandeira - Surprisingly, this was actually one of the books on my most anticipated books of 2015 before the publication got moved back to 2016. So to say that I'm excited for this one about a girl who takes advice from her favourite literary heroes, would be an understatement.
9) Shallow Graves by Kali Wallace - A book about a murdered teenage girl who wakes up a year after she died, only to find out that a cult is looking for creatures like her? How can I not want to read this.