Welcome back to another edition of Top Ten Tuesday hosted by the lovely The Broke and the Bookish! If you haven’t visited her blog, make sure to go check it out! TTT is a weekly bookish meemee in which bloggers are given a topic and create their on top ten lists based on that topic! This weeks topic is Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For The Second Half Of The Year!
As always, don’t forget to leave your own books in the comments or if you have your own TTT, leave the link!
1. Mind Games (Lock & Mori, #2) by Heather W. Petty
This is the second book in the Lock & Mori series, and I’m rather impatient to find out which way the relationship between these two will go. They’re kinda frenemies, but Mori has a big potential to become a high class villain as her namesake, or a sweet romance with Lock.
2. Ghostly Echoes (Jackaby #3) by William Ritter
This is the third book in the series, Jackaby being the first and and Beastly Bones being the second. Ghostly Echoes focuses on the resident ghost, Jenny, and her decade old murder. I love this rag-tag crew!
3. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Harry Potter) by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany
This can really go several ways for me. I don’t like the ‘where are they now’ endings like the last Harry Potter book had, and I’m not too sure I’m going to like this as a book (I’m sure it’s good as a play). But I can’t stop myself from attempting it.
4. Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow
This is one of those books that I’m just drawn to. I know that if it’s good, it’s probably going to hurt, but I can’t stop myself from seeking out these books! They’re like my chick-flicks in book form since I don’t watch chick-flicks. I may need an intervention.
5. Demon Hunters: Trinity (Demon Hunters, #1) by Olivia Chase
All I can think about with this one is a UK version of “Supernatural”. With a female lead. Because dad’s missing, and she’s a hunter. And that I really want it to be good. >.<;;
6. I’m Thinking of Ending Things by Iain Reid
“Sometimes a thought is closer to truth, to reality, than an action. You can say anything, you can do anything, but you can’t fake a thought.”
It’s intriguing! I love psychological/thriller books, and I want this one to be good. No disappointments! :O
7. The Big Book of Science Fiction by Jeff VanderMeer & Ann VanderMeer (Editors)
If you guys only retain one piece of information on me, know that I. Love. Science. Real or fictional. While physics is always my first love, I can roll around in the goodness of cheesy sci-fi movies and books I have, and this one promises stories from 25+ countries with SOME THAT HAVE NEVER BEEN TRANSLATED. I love me some translated lit.
8. Legacies Book 1: Captain to Captain (Star Trek: The Original Series) by Greg Cox
With the 50th anniversary of Star Trek comes new adventures! I couldn’t be happier. Scotty was always my fave (being a Techie/Engineer myself) so he better be in the books! So far 3 books from the Original Series (the ONLY series *Ahem*) have been announced.
9. Hawkeye Vol. 6: Hawkeyes by Jeff Lemire (Author), Ramon Perez (Illustrator)
If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m a little obsessive about my Hawkeye. 😉 He’s been my fave SUPERhero since middle school, and he probably always will be. Right along side Batman. One day my bow skillz will… be 1/10 as good as his when he’s deadly injured.
10. The Memory of Things by Gae Polisner
I don’t usually read anything that is based around actual events; it’s just not my thing. But the girl wearing the angel wings in the summery has me enchanted and I just have to know! >.<;