1.) Let the Wind Rise by Shannon Messenger
Let the Wind Rise is the final book in one of my favorite trilogies. I absolutely adored the first two books and I hope that I won't be let down by this conclusion. Vane and Audra, the two main characters, have an amazing romance.
2.) The Crown by Kiera Cass
The Crown is the final book in Cass' Selection series, for real this time. It was already released and it has been hard to not see any spoilers. Thankfully, I've been successful not seeing any, and I am eagerly looking forward to seeing who Eadlyn ends up with!
3.) A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
How can this not be on the list? I adored A Court of Thorns and Roses last summer! I had a few minor issues, but I haven't heard anything but glowing reviews from my friends. I can't wait to get my hands on it!
4.) Flawed by Cecilia Ahren
I have no idea why, but I really want to read Flawed. It has been so long since I have read a dystopian novel, and I'm excited to see what I think of them now that I am a more experienced reader. It has a pretty good rating on goodreads, so if all goes well, I'll like it!
5.) Firstlife by Gena Showalter
I am currently reading Firstlife right now! I just randomly picked this up right before I went to bed, and it had me hooked immediately. I keep on wanting to read this, but I haven't enough time. I loved Showalter's White Rabbit Chronicles series, and I hope this one lives up to my expectations.
6.) And I Darken by Kiersten White
This is another book that I am currently reading. I read this whenever I have free time in school, which isn't a lot. I'll have more time to read this after school ends! I'm roughly 50 pages in, so I don't have that good of a feel on what is happening, but I am darkly intrigued.
7.) Feuds by Avery Hastings
I started reading Feuds about two months ago, and I'm only on page 48. I've only sat down with this book once and I put it down right as it was starting to pick up. Even though this book doesn't have the best reviews, I want to know what happens!
8.) November 9 by Colleen Hoover
I got an e-copy of this through my blogger friend Poulami after winning her giveaway. I'm in some desperate need for some CoHo, and I can't wait any longer. She is one of my favorite authors and it has been too long since the last time I read one of her books.
9.) Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
I am determined to read this book. I've had it since the day before its release date (I went to a signing) and it is about time that I picked this book up. Initially I didn't read the book because I wanted to wait for the hype to die down, but the second book is out now, and I need to jump on the bandwagon.
10.) In the Hope of Memories by Olivia Rivers
I just got this via Netgalley and I'm excited to get into it after I finish my current read. The novel is about a girl Hope and how her four closest friends embark on a scavenger hunt made by her after her death. You can learn more about the book here on the goodreads page!
You might not know, but I also started a TBR Jar in the very beginning of the year. If you are wondering about how it is going, the answer is not well! :D My goal was to read one book from the jar every month, but I've only done that for one month. However, I am not planning on buying any books anytime soon, so I hope I can cut down the amount of un-read books in my room from fifty to around thirty.
What books are you planning on reading this summer? Do we have any in common?
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