July is one of the most exciting months of the year. It's right in the middle of summer, there's 4th of July which promises fun barbecues or a beach trip, and it's my birthday month. Also, there are tons of amazing books coming out this month. I'm going to tell you about a few of them that I'll get to feature over the course of the month.
Past Perfect Life
Not giving too much away, but I read this book in a single day. Elizabeth Eulberg has written a masterpiece in this intense story that delves into the world of a girl who's found out that her entire life isn't the full story of her past.
The Best Lies and Interview with Sarah Lyu
Another breathtaking single day read, this twisty thriller is perfect for people who love unreliable narrators and alternating timelines. This book will blow your mind. I'm so excited that I get to discuss it with Sarah and learn some more about how it came to be.
Please Send Help
College YA is my jam, so I'm so happy to get my hands on another one. While I have yet to read I Hate Everyone But You, I'm looking forward to reading them both!
The next two books are releasing on my birthday!!!!
Me Myself and Him and Interview with Chris Tebbetts
As someone who is completely fascinated by the idea of parallel universes, this book sounds right up my alley. In a hilarious series of events, Chris realizes that there isn't a perfect universe out there. I can't wait to read!
The Boy & Girl Who Broke the World
Amy Reed is an author that I always get excited about. This sounds like a surreal twist on a story of two outcast teens coming together and realizing what it means to have someone. While I don't generally venture beyond the strict walls of contemporary, I'm excited about this one.
The Arrival of Someday
Roller derbies are on full display in this novel. Also, though, it focuses on a girl dealing with a flare of a severe liver disease she was born with. Learning to cope with this and causes many questions and uncertainties.
The Year They Fell
When a plane crash takes the lives of a once close group of kid's parent's, the group is forced to reconcile what drove them apart while they grieve together.
Faced with abusive situations and life that seems to lack any hope, two girls decide to leave town together in search of a better life.
Ziggy Stardust and Me
In this historical novel set in 1973, two boys find each other in a world that is still fiercely fighting against allowing them to love each other. Jonathan often escapes into an alternate reality in his head as a way to cope, offering some refuge as he works to gain confidence in himself.
House of Salt And Sorrow
Again, I don't tend to read fantasy, but when I saw it was a spin on the Twelve Dancing Princesses, I had to get my hands on it. While it will probably be a sharp departure from the Barbie movie "Twelve Dancing Princesses" I watched a million times as a child, I'm super excited to see it all grown up.
Let's Call It a Doomsday
Heretics Anonymous was one of my favorite books of last year, so I'm excited Henry is back with a new novel. Ellis is a doomsday prepper. Hannah, who she meets in her therapist office, has a premonition about when the end of the world will hit. The pair try to come together to prepare for the end of everything they know.
Links of Interest:
A Brief Chronicle of Another Stupid Heartbreak: Review Here
Our Chemical Hearts Movie: Here
Call It What You Want: Review Here
Patron Saints of Nothing: Review Here