Friday, January 10, 2014

14 Books We Can't Wait To Read in 2014


1. The Young Elites by Marie Lu

One series that never disappointed  was Marie Lu's Legend.  It was such a well written story, even my older brother read and enjoyed it. I can not wait to see what Lu has in store with her new series The Young Elites. - Jess






2. Panic by Lauren Oliver (March 2014)

The Delirium series has some of the best YA dystopian writing I've ever read, so I can't wait to read more from Lauren. The concept for this  novel revolves around a game called Panic and it feels so mysterious ! - Kat




3. Landline by Rainbow Rowell (July 2014)



The buzz and success of Rowell's YA novels Eleanor and Park  and Fangirl were hard to ignore. I loved what she did with Eleanor and Park, so I'm all sorts of ready for her new adult novel. - Kat


4. The Winner's Curse (March 2014)

The book blogger hype for this book has been crazy since BEA. I can't wait to read and review this one ! - Jess









5. Dear, Killer by Katherine Ewell (April 2014)

This book about a teenage girl who is also a serial killer looks completely unique and a spin on the serial killer novels out there. Plus, this book is one from our 2013 25 Under 25 - Kat









6. The Raven Boys #3 by Maggie Steifvater

It doesn't even have a title, but as long as we get more Ronan, Blue, Adam and Gasnsey, I can't wait for it  - Jess!





7. Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson (May 2014)

This book speaks to the contemporary fan in me ! I loved Amy and Roger and I still need to read Second Chance Summer, but I'm still excited for Matson's third book. - Kat









8. To All The Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han (April 2014)

                         The beginning of the prologue was recently posted  on Tumblr and I'm already intrigued - Kat!








9. Say What You Will by Cammie McGovern (June 2014)

This book tells the relationship between a boy with OCD and a girl with cerebral palsy. It seems to be emulating some of the relationship tropes of John Green and Rainbow Rowell, but I'm interested to see if it can stand on its own. - Kat








10. Dreams of Gods and Monsters (April 2014)

How will it end !? - Jess








11. The Word Exchange by Alena Graedon (April 2014)

 I heard about this book on the Bookrageous Podcast. It's an adult novel about a near future where the printed word is nearly extinct and everyone uses intuitive handheld devices called Memes to function   - Kat









12. Noggin by John Corey Whaley (April 2014)

I've said it in my Waiting on Wednesday and I'll say it again, I like the idea of this high concept novel where a boy wakes up with his head on somone else's body. It reminds me of Unwind by Nearl Shusterman.










13. The Art of Secrets by James Klise (April 2014)
Coming from  the new Algonquin For Young Reader imprint, this YA sounds like The Goldfinch meets The Night Film meets YA lit ! - Kat








14. Cress by Marissa Meyer (February 2014)





I can't believe we're at book three already. I will be buying this on audio the day it comes out - Jess

5 comments :

  1. I've already read Panic by Lauren Oliver and I absolutely adored it! I really want to read the Legend series though as everyone raves about this book!
    - Annie (doughnutandco.blogspot.co.uk)

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  2. I'm glad to hear you liked Panic, I highly suggest the Legend series it is really good !

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  3. I plan on reading Legend this year and I need to finish the Daughter of Smoke and Bone series too! This is a great and long list. Excellent post!

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  4. Great List. Marie Lu is so adorable!!! lol I think I want to read all these.

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  5. Oooh, definitely waiting for The Winner's Curse and Since You've Been Gone too! Plus, both covers and gorgeouus~ :D
    Thankies for sharing! :)

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