Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: 2014 Debuts I'm Excited For

Top Ten 2014 Debuts I'm Excited For
 
 Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish



1. No One Else Can Have You by Kathleen Hale 
(January 7th)
This book suckered me in with the adorable cover.  I won't even lie.  I've had the ARC on my Kindle for a long time for review and it was definitely one of the ones I was more interested in.  I just wish it was getting better reviews!
 
No One Else Can Have You


2. A Mad, Wicked Folly by Sharon Biggs Waller
(January 23rd)
This is one that just recently came to my attention and it getting some great reviews.  I love the time period and just really like plucky heroines in historical fiction in general.  
 
A Mad, Wicked Folly


3. Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy
(March 18th)
I really liked the concept of a girl who find out she has a terminal illness and decides to burn all her bridges...only to discover that she isn't really terminal after all.  How does fix THAT situation?  I'd like to find out.
 
Side Effects May Vary


4. Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell
(April 1st)
Here's another genre I gravitate towards: assassins.  I'm not sure what that says about me though!  Anyways, this has an interesting set up and I think it sounds like a fun psychological thriller.
 
Dear Killer


5. Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
(April 22nd)
This sounds like an incredibly impactful book.  The main character is a family friend of Adolph Hilter in the 1930s, but begins to realize there is a lot more going on than she realizes.  I can see this being a very gut wrenching book.
 
Prisoner of Night and Fog (Prisoner of Night and Fog, #1)



6. The Falconer by Elizabeth May
(May 6th)
Scotland.  Historical Fiction.  Heiress secretly hunts faeries.  What isn't there to like?

The Falconer (The Falconer, #1)


7. Vivian Divine is Dead by Lauren Sabel 
(June 3rd)
This book just sounds like a lot of fun.  Actress Vivian Divine goes on the run after receiving a death threat.  Calamity ensues.


Vivian Divine Is Dead

8. The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings
(June 10th)
Assassins again.  But the main character is trained by her father to survive and her love interest was trained to be an assassin.  That could be an awkward first date.
 
The Murder Complex (The Murder Complex, #1)




9. The Half Life of Molly Pierce by Katrina Leno
(July 8th)
I love these types of psychological thrillers where you are kept guessing with the main character.  In this one, Molly Pierce has dissociative personality disorder (split personalities).  I wish it was getting better reviews, but it still sounds fascinating.
 
The Half Life of Molly Pierce

10. Midnight Thief by Livia Blackburne
(July 8th)
Assassins again!  Must be a trend.  This one is pure fantasy though.  I also love stories where two opposite characters have to overcome their differences and work together.  They also make the best kind of love stories.

 Midnight Thief (Midnight Thief, #1)

-Shannon









5 comments :

  1. assassin books have become popular lately but i love them! you have some good picks, i have the falconer but have not read it yet.

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    1. I noticed that too! But, like you, I don't mind!!

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  2. These all look AWESOME. Except the first one which upon review is actually quite creepy

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  3. Great list, I've got a few of these on my list too! Side Effects May Vary looks so good, I can't wait for that one. There are so many great books coming out in 2014, I don't know how I'll find the time to read them all. I hope you manage to read all of these :) My TTT.

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