Today it is all about that anticipation. Anticipation for books. You know the feeling, the one you get when you just can’t wait to read that one book you have had your eye on. In this blog post I feature six books I have a huge anticipation for, three that are already published but I haven’t had the chance to read yet and three that aren’t published yet.
3 Already Published Books I Cannot Wait To Read
Three books that I can’t wait to read are Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour and David Levithan and Trust Me, I’m Lying by Mary Elizabeth Summer.
Six of Crows is a book that has a lot of hype and it seems absolutely amazing, it’s about six outcasts and an impossible heist. The book seems to be action packed and have a cast as diverse and magical. However, the question is if they can all work together in spite of their differences or if they’ll fail trying. You can add it on Goodreads and buy it on Amazon or Book Depository.
You Know Me Well is about a gay girl and gay guy who are classmates that have never talked to each other. Yet during one night they become the best of friends in an instant. This book excites me because the friendship more than the romance seems to be in focus and positive LGBT books are something I love. You can add the book on Goodreads and buy it on Amazon or Book Depository.
Trust Me, I’m Lying is the only book out of the three that I already own. The reason I’m excited about this book is because it’s a teen thriller, with wit and a hint of romance. The book is about a young con artist and how she will use every trick she got in order to find her father before his mark does. You can add it on Goodreads and buy it on Amazon or Book Depository.
3 Books I Cannot Wait To Read That Are Not Published Yet
Three other books I can’t wait to read, that are coming out either later this year or next year, are Our Own Private Universe by Robin Talley, Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst and Not Your Sidekick by C. B. Lee.
Our Own Private Universe is about bisexual teenage girl Aki who is only out to her best friend. However, when they go on a four-week youth-group mission trip to Mexico she never expected she’d find someone there who she’d want to date. That is of course until she meets Christa. This book sounds so incredibly cute and lovely, and Robin Talley is one of my favorite authors ever. You just know it’s going to be great. You can add the book on Goodreads and pre-order it on Amazon or Book Depository.
Of Fire and Stars is about a princess, with a gift for magic, betrothed to marry a prince. However, in the nation she is about to become queen magic is forbidden. She meets the prince’s sister and when forced to work together they soon grow a friendship which later blossoms into something more. I don’t know about you guys but I think two princesses falling in love is the coolest. This book is one of my most anticipated books ever. You can add the book on Goodreads and pre-order it on Amazon or Book Depository.
Not Your Sidekick is about a world where superpowers are common yet Jessica doesn’t have any. She finds the perfect paid internship where her crush Abby works, only to find out it’s for the town’s supervillain. However, what started as a fun way to go against her superhero parents turns dangerous when Jessica uncovers a plot bigger than all of them. This book sounds so badass I wish it’d just appear in my hands right now. You can add it on Goodreads and pre-order it on Amazon.
3 thoughts on “All About Anticipation”
These are so great Liv! I haven’t read the ones that are out already either yet, but I’ve had my eye on Six of Crows (which I have in audio and plan to listen next month) + Trust Me, I’m Lying; but I hadn’t heard of You Know Me Well yet, but it sounds fantastic! *adds to tbr* I’m wary of the new book by RT because Sue read it and she wasn’t happy with it at all, but I’ve seen positive reviews too and I know you really loved her debut (which I’ve yet to read, but it’s sitting on my kindle!), so hopefully you’ll adore this one as well ❤
As for me, I'm highly anticipating reading A Gathering of Shadows, re-reading all the Harry Potter books and finally binging The Lumatere Chronicles and Morgan Matson's books this year 🙂
What a great post, my love! ❤ I hope you enjoy all of the books you mentioned ;*
Siiri @ Little Pieces of Imagination
Thank you Siiri! I’m dying to read Six of Crows as well, the hype is huge but I haven’t gotten around to it yet. I really loved Lies We Tell Ourselves, but I’ve seen another book by her that got a lot of negative reviews so I do understand why you’d be hesitant. I’m hoping that Our Own Private Universe is better than her last one in that case.
Re-reading Harry Potter sounds so amazing, I really have to do this as well. It has been ages! Morgan Matson’s books are perfect for summer though, so cute and fluffy. I hope you enjoy them. Thank you so much Siiri, right back at you! ❤
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