We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This week’s topic is Books I’d Give Different Titles To. I’m not really feeling this one to be honest, so I’m going to do five star predictions for books I hope to read soon! I have high hopes for quite a few books, so let’s take a look.
American Royals – Katharine McGee This book has been on my radar since it was announced. I actually have an e-arc, but just haven’t gotten to it yet (Oops!). And I recently bought the paperback with pretty sprayed edges. I have read some amazing reviews about this book and the idea of American having royalty is fun to think about.
Wayward Son – Rainbow Rowell I loved Fangirl and when Carry on was released, I was very happy! Another book I couldn’t put down. I never expected to get a sequel, so it’s safe to say my expectations of Wayward Son are pretty high. I will be sad if I can’t give this five stars.
Ninth House – Leigh Bardugo I love Leigh Bardugo’s writing. I’ve been really curious to see what she does with an adult book. Ninth House isn’t a book from a genre I read a lot, but it sounds amazing. I know it’s going to be dark, but I’ve read some reviews about how great this book is. I’m excited to give it a go!
The Places I’ve Cried in Public – Holly Bourne I’m a big fan of contemporary books that hit you in all the feels. I’ve heard great things about Holly Bourne and this book sounds like just the book for me. The Place I’ve Cried in Public isn’t going to be an easy read, but I have a feeling it’s going to be really worth it.
Get a Life, Chloe Brown – Talia Hibbert The romance lover in me is very excited about this book. Talia Hibbert created a book I need to read. The main character is chronically ill (not something we got a lot in romances at all, so yay for this author) and she’s a computer geek. I just love that! I have to wait about a month for this book, but I won’t be waiting long after that to read it.
The Binding – Bridget Collins A pretty book like this just can’t be bad! I think this is one of the prettiest books I’ve added to my collection this year. A few friends have read this and loved it! I have the same taste as them, so I have a feeling I’m going to be just as happy about this one.
Now Entering Addamsville – Francesca Zappia Another pretty book by an amazing author. I loved Eliza and Her Monsters and Made You Up. Francesca Zappia knows to hit you in all the feels. Now Entering Addamsville is the first book for her in this genre, but I will be surprised if it isn’t good.
Five Dark Fates – Kendare Blake So far all the books in this series have gotten five stars after I read them. Five Dark Fates in the last installment in this series. Part of me is really excited to see where the author will take this story, but I don’t want it to end. I really hope the ending is satisfying!
Keeper of the Lost Cities – Shannon Messenger Middle grade is a genre I’ve been enjoying a lot this year. I keep hearing a lot of people praise this series, so I bought the first book. This book sounds like something I’ll love, so I have high hopes.
Containment – Caryn Lix Sanctuary was one of my favorite books last year. It’s almost 500 pages and I flew through it like it was nothing. This author made a very unique world and I’ve been really looking forward to the sequel. Containment is almost 500 pages as well and that’s probably not going to be enough for me!
These are ten books that I have a feeling will be five star reads! I’m really hoping they live up to my expectations. Have you read any of these? Let me know what you thought of them if you have. Also, feel free to leave your links in the comments!