Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For The Second Half of 2017

A weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is… Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For The Second Half of 2017


Let’s do this!

1. Damaged Like Us (Like Us #1) by Krista & Becca Ritchie – Everyone my favorite authors are writing a new series!! You guys should all check it out: it’s m/m, Krista & Becca always write A+ characters, amazing family dynamics, and they basically invented character development. Release date: June 27.

2. Before the Devil Breaks You (The Diviners #3) by Libba Bray – Can I just say that I absolutely love this series, but the covers keep getting worse and worse. Like the cover for the first book was beautiful. The second one was worse, but I still liked it! But then they changed it again. I’m tired. Release date: October 3.

3. Rituals (Cainsville #5) by Kelley Armstrong – I really love this series. I’m sad that it’s ending with this book, but I hope it’s an epic conclusion. Olivia and Gabriel need to be endgame. Release date: August 15.

4. They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera – The excitement for this book is real. I would literally sell my soul for an ARC. Release date: September 5.

5. Warcross (Warcross #1) by Marie Lu – I’m usually not a huge sci-fi fan, but because The Young Elites series was so epic, I will literally give anything Marie Lu writes a chance. Release date: September 12.

6. The Hearts We Sold by Emily Lloyd-Jones – I don’t know. This just sounds super interesting and unique… I want it. Release date: August 8.

7. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi LeeI am so excited for this! I’ve heard amazing things about this and I know I’m going to love it. My expectations are so high, but I’m sure that this will meet them. Release date: June 27.

8. Mature Content (Cyberlove #4) by Megan Erickson & Santino Hassell – You all should give this series a try if you like romance books. Megan & Santino are an amazing writing duo. Release date: June 2.

9. Dear Martin by Nic Stone – The hype is real. Release date: October 17.

10. Here We Are Now by Jasmine Warga – I enjoyed Warga’s first book, and honestly I’ve been waiting a long time for her to release her next one. This is all very exciting! Release date: October 3.

What about you guys? What are you all excited to read about? 🙂

24 thoughts on “Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For The Second Half of 2017

  1. They Both Die At The End is going to make my cry omglob, I’ve heard of The Diviner’s Trilogy by Bray, but I haven’t picked it up yet and that cover is yikes wow… I’m also interested in reading Dear Martin as it relates to the BLM movement.

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  2. Warcross is on lots of lists today, including mine! I’ve never read anything by Marie Lu before, but I just have this gut feeling it’s something I’d really enjoy. Also, I really need to pick up an Adam Silvera book. I’ve heard they’re amazing and heartbreaking, which is exactly my cup of tea. Great list!

    ~ Lefty @ The Left-Handed Book Lover
    My TTT!

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  3. How on earth could I forget about the third Diviners book when I put my list together? /o\

    I wasn’t even aware that it would already come out this year but I’m really upset about the cover – seriously, what’s wrong with publishers? I even like the new design even though the first ones were better but what’s so difficult about keeping one design for the whole series?

    I’m also looking forward to “Warcross” because of the video games setting and I think I’ve seen it on 95% of the TTT lists I’ve checked today 😀

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    1. Same!! I actually liked the second cover change and could deal with it. But this new one… I’m sorry but I can’t. 😕

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  4. I thought the last Cainsville book wasn’t as good as the others, so I’d rather she does an amazing final book than stringing it out too long. Then I can get on with some of her other smaller series!

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    1. Lol I really liked the lastest Cainsville book (though I can admit it wasn’t as amazing as the 1st or 2nd) hopefully the last book ends everything on a good note. ☺

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  5. Marie Lu’s is on my list too. I’m not sure it’ll be a “me book,” but given all the praise I see about Marie’s books and writing in general, I’m curious! 🙂

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