My Most Anticipated Books of 2017

Hello Readers! Today’s blog post is going to be about my most anticipated books of 2017 in order, 1 being my most anticipated and 10 being my lesser anticipated!! I don’t have as many this year as I usually do and I think that’s mostly because I have been so busy with class and planning a wedding that I have not been able to scroll through bookish media! Don’t despair though because I still have A LOT of amazing books that are being released that I want to devour. Lately I have been really into post apocalyptic books, usually about the world ending in some way…why I am not sure! I have also really been enjoying books that take place in space or on other planets, love love love!! Here is a list of the books that I am dying to get my hands on! If you have read any of these or if you are also impatiently waiting for them like I am let me know in the comments down below!

P.S. Some of these I have already read this year and I was a little bit disappointed in some of them. However, I am going to rate them how I would have rated their anticipation before reading them!

  1. Untitled Chaol Novel by Sarah J. Maas
  2. Kings Cage by Victoria Aveyard
  3. Starfall by Melissa Landers
  4. We All Looked Up by Tommy Walach
  5. The Edge of Everything by Jeff Giles
  6. The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti
  7. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor
  8. The Last Place on Earth by Carol Snow
  9. North of Happy by Adi Alsaid
  10. Duels and Deception by Cindy Anstey

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Happy Reading!

xoxoSarah

The Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughton

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Publisher Synopsis

In the year 2368, humankind must struggle to survive under dire environmental conditions and strict government control. In this startling world, one brave young woman begins to unravel a web of lies about life on Earth that will empower her to discover, at last, who she really is. McNaughton vividly imagines an all-too-believable future and celebrates the impact that one person can make on the world.

Teal Review

There are not many books that I have read more than once, usually because I don’t have time since there are so many good books out there! But for some reason I just REALLY love this book, it’s any easy read and the story and characters are easy to understand and visualize.

Much like the movie WALL-E this book is based in the future where the Earth is pretty destroyed from humans. It goes deep into the filth and disease that the Earth has become, so bad that children, orphans, are required to pick through trash to try and find things to trade and sell for the company that they work for. The main girl, however, learns a secret from her past about what really happened too her parents, AND IT’S SO GOOD! It can sort of be a slow read, so if you aren’t into that then this book might not be for you…I’m not even sure why I am because normally I don’t like slow paced books…but I really enjoy The Secret Under My Skin!

Happy Reading!

xoxoSarah