Top Ten Tuesday is a Weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, where each week a topic is given and we have to reply with ten answers.
This Week’s Question: Top Ten 2014 Debuts i’m excited for!
There are so many debuts coming out this year that i can’t wait for! That’s one of the reasons that i’m taking part in the 2014 Debut Author Challenge this year. Below are just a few of the books i’m looking forward to, there are lots more that i need to read this year 🙂
I apologise because i won’t be able to link up this post until, at the very least Sunday the 19th due to traveling.
10. Nearly Gone by Elle Cosimano
The Cover is gorgeous and seeing as the description compares it to “Bones meets Fringe” two of my favourite tv series, there is no way that i am letting this book pass by! 🙂
9. All That Glows by Ryan Graudin
Faeries are definitely one of my all time favourite characters within books, so that plus a faerie guard looking after a prince of England. I need to read this! And soon 🙂
8. Half Bad by Sally Green
White witches and Black witches, it’s been too long since i read a good witch novel. I’ve been disappointed with most since i read the Sweep series (I loved this series) so i’m very hopeful!
7. Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge
Yay for Fairy-Tale retellings! This is one of my favourite genre’s for a reason and i cannot wait to see what this story brings.
6. Illusive by Emily-Lloyd Jones
A virus that gave some people superhero powers, who doesn’t want to read about that!
5. The Fifty-Seven Lives of Alex Wayfare by M.G. Buehrlen
Visions of the past? Possible time travel, definitely cannot wait to get my hands on this!
4. The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant by Joanna Wiebe
Boarding school and a mysterious line that you’re not allowed to cross? What can make this novel any better? Cannot wait!
3. Nil by Lynne Matson
You have exactly 1 year to escape the mysterious island, only 365 days. What will be the consequences to those that do not escape in time?
2. Hexed by Michelle Krys
Witches vs Sorcerers at it’s finest! I can’t wait to read this 🙂
1. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
A very interesting sounding novel, i can’t even imagine a world where the murder/death rate is higher than the birth rate and can’t wait to see what Lindsay has done with the idea and where it has lead the characters!
What are your top ten this week?
Thanks for reading,