Journey to Munich by Jacqueline Winspear
I just finished A Dangerous Place, and it sets up the next book so nicely. Maisie is in a tricky place in her personal life, and the German threat is looming large. I'm really excited to read Journey to Munich and see where the story goes.
The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater
I have had this pre-ordered since March 4, 2015. The publication date has gotten moved back a couple of times, but it had BETTER not change again. I've got my calendar marked for April 26th! I'm SO eager for the end of this series, Maggie Stiefvater is my one of my favorites, and I adored the first three books!
Morning Star by Pierce Brown
The first book (Red Rising) was completely amazing. I didn't like Golden Son quite as well. But I'm really hoping that this sci fi trilogy wraps up well.
The Winner's Kiss by Marie Rutkoski
This is a really fun YA fantasy trilogy, with a setting clearly inspired by ancient Rome. I enjoyed the first two, and I'm looking forward to the third.
Garden of Lamentations by Deborah Crombie
Deborah's 16th book, To Dwell in Darkness, ended with quite a cliffhanger, so I've been eagerly anticipating the her new book. I'm so happy to see they've just released the title and cover. But I'm a little bummed I have to wait all the way till August! [Do you remember when I got lost and drove her around in circles? I hope she comes back to the TFOB this year!]
Untitled by Liane Moriarty
I can't wait for Moriarty's newest book this summer. I read 5 of her 6 books last year, and I'm on hold for the 6th one. My favorite was Big Little Lies, but they're all really fun.
What books are YOU looking forward to?
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