BEA is almost upon us (again) and I thought I’d share some of my most anticipated titles with you guys. I’m not sure all of these books will actually be at BEA but I’d be super excited if they are!
Also, this title is a total joke! Do not bite anyone at BEA!
This book is at the top of my wishlist for BEA! I adore this trilogy and I can’t wait to see how things are going to end. I’m hoping for lots of cameos from my favorite characters from the first two books!
Miranda Kenneally is signing copies of Breathe, Annie, Breathe at BEA and y’all, I plan to be one of the first people in that line! I’m so excited to meet Miranda since she is one of my favorite authors and of course I’m dying to read Breathe, Annie, Breathe.
This book was recently mentioned on Twitter and then I saw it on PW’s Childrens Galleys to Grab list and knew I was definitely going to need a copy. It’s described as Doctor Who meets Sherlock and while I’ve never seen Doctor Who (don’t hate me!) I love anything that’s compared to Sherlock Holmes.
This is another one that I saw on PW’s Childrens Galleys to Grab list. I’m intrigued by the whole idea of the Rapture and I’m a huge fan of road trip books so this sounds like the perfect book for me.
First off, how gorgeous is that cover? I love it! Second, this book sounds so completely unique and fabulous. I’ve already seen a few reviews for it and so far everyone has loved it. I’m looking forward to it a lot!
Jandy Nelson’s debut, The Sky Is Everywhere, is one of my all time favorite books and I’ve been waiting for this book for what seems like forever. Honestly this book was on my TBR way before I even knew what it was about but I’ve been even more excited for it ever since I read the synopsis.
This is said to be the perfect story for fans of The Princess Bride. That’s all it took to get me interested in this one.
I’m not sure where I first saw this book but I’ve been dying to get my hands on it ever since. I adore the cover and the story sounds wonderful. I’m all for fantasy novels and this one sounds like a unique new story.
This book reminds me a lot of Cinder by Marissa Meyer and since I adored that book, I figure there is a good chance I’ll enjoy this one.
I’m a big fan of historical fiction and I really haven’t read many lately. While this one does have a dash of magic, I still look forward to reading it for the historical aspect more than anything.
What do you think of my choices? What books are bite-worthy for you?