Ina Hattenhauer, Hallo Heute
There are only a few more days until the long-awaited holiday, Christmas! Here are ten books I'm hoping to see under the tree this year . . . (even though most haven't been released yet).
But, hey, Santa can grant ANY Christmas wish, right?
♪ Santa baby, just slip these books under the tree for me ♪
This weekly feature is hosted by the wonderful ladies over at The Broke and the Bookish!
Throne of Glass #5: I told you most of the books on my list haven't been released yet. Well, this one doesn't even have a title! It's Sarah J. Maas's fifth book in her Throne of Glass series. I know absolutely NOTHING about it, but I know I want it.
A Court of Mist and Fury: Yet another Sarah J. Maas book on my wish list. I read ACOTAR back in August and positively loved it. The book left off on somewhat of a cliffhanger and I must know what's next.
Illuminae: I've only heard positive feedback on this book. I must get a copy and get to reading!
The Rose & The Dagger: The sequel to Renée Ahdieh's fabulous debut, The Wrath and the Dawn . . . who DOESN'T want this book?
A Torch Against the Night: The sequel to Sabaa Tahir's debut, An Ember in the Ashes! I was very impressed with Sabaa's first book and can't wait to continue reading the storyline in her second book.
Summer Days and Summer Nights: Just look at that line up of authors!! I love cute love stories, I love these authors, and I'M SO EXCITED.
The Unexpected Everything: Morgan Matson is one of my absolute favorite authors. I'll read anything she'll write. I didn't even read the summary of this book, but I know I'll love it. And as always, another gorgeous cover to accompany her stellar writing.
P.S. I Like You: Kasie West is another favorite. Her YA contemporary romances are so incredibly adorable, and so far, I've loved everything she's written. I can't wait for this one!
Crooked Kingdom: Six of Crows was simply amazing. No explanation needed . . . just give me the sequel . . . please?
The Sun, the Moon, and the Truth: Another 2016 Kasie West release? Yes, please!
So, what books are you hoping for this year?
Happy, happy holidays, everyone!