Welcome to another week of Top Ten Tuesday hosted by the lovely The Broke and the Bookish! TTT is a weekly bookish meemee that allows a bunch of bloggers to give their top lists of any given topic each week.
This week we were given the topic Debut Authors Who Have Me Looking Forward To Their Sophomore Novel. Debut authors are so fun to read, because you just don’t know what you’re getting into! This past year held a few debut authors that sparked my interest. Here’s my list, and don’t forget to add the link to your list or add your own author/book in the comments!
I really enjoyed this one, maybe because I enjoy books that do not have a fixed reality. The main character, Alex, was believable and sometimes that would trip you up. I don’t have any news of a book she’s currently working on, but maybe in the future we’ll see another.
Oh, how I loved this one! You’ll have to excuse my science nerdiness if you will. BUT, a hacker who is sucked into a computer prison and replaced by a “perfect” virtual program of himself? Awesome-Sauce! It’s just a perfect read for me.
If you’ve been anywhere NEAR my blog this past year, then you’ve probably seen one of the bajillion Sherlockian books I’ve reviewed. Lock & Mori was a debut I was looking forward to, and it did not disappoint. It’s modern set with teen Sherlock and has a female version of Moriarty. The end of the book left it open for the next book already; totally waiting for Mori to turn evil. It’s GOT to happen.
This one has potential to become a good little series. It’s semi-Sherlockian with a female lead that, get THIS, uses her locker to create a science experiment on chaos theory! Sorry, science nerd overload again. Illegal things happen and she finds herself solving a murder, and her chaos theory experiment expands to the real world. She kind of takes after the BBC Sherlock with his anti-social behavior, and she has to learn to trust people outside of her one friend. I hope Dobson continues this series!