7 February Releases You'll Want on Your TBRThursday, February 04, 2016
There are so many awesome books releasing this month. You are definitely going to want to add them to your TBR (to-be-read pile) if you haven't already. Originally, I just wanted to post about the awesome that will soon grace our bookshelves on February 9th (Red Queen's sequel, Glass Sword) but there are so many other books that people should know about too:
Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (2/9/16): This does not need a description. I am so pumped for next week's release!
The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine (2/16/16): I think this one is being marketed as a fairytale retelling which I am so for. However, reading the synopsis I am not sure which fairytale it would be based on. In which case, we are possibly looking at a relatively original fairytale which is super exciting!
Salt to the Sea by Ruta Sepetys (2/2/16): Everyone is plugging this one recently so by popular demand, I put it on the list. Sepetys is back, this time with 1945 and four teens who have been hit with war. We are know Ruta Sepetys rocks the historical YA, she sure does it again with this one.
Blackhearts by Nicole Castroman (2/9/16): Yes, a pirates book! Plus, a retelling! Blackbeard in love. I am definitely on board for this one!
The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury (2/23/16): Aladdin retelling from Jinni's perspective.
Kill the Boy Band by Goldy Moldavsky (2/23/16): I just finished this one and as much as it is marketed as a hilarious fangirl narrative, I find it to be dark and beyond ridiculous. It is interesting to see what the ultimate fangirls do when their favorite boy band is involved. Crazy stuff.
Stars Above by Marissa Meyer (2/2/16): I've been on the fence on starting Winter because then, as you know, the Lunar Chronicles would be over. Now it doesn't have to be with Stars Above, I can still have a piece of Meyer's world. Winter, here we come.