I have a feeling that I’m likely not going to finish this post series by the end of the year, but that’s alright since I don’t mind continuing it on into the next one. A lot of books were published in 2018 and we’re already in October! Seeing as I’ve only gotten through the books for the first three months and am now working my way through the ones in March, I think it’ll be a while. But I enjoy this post series and so here we go with some more YA releases that have found their way to my TBR.
A Kiss in the Dark by Gina Ciocca is one of those slightly ridiculous teen dramadies that I find myself slightly addicted to and slightly ashamed of. Often times I like my books to be about something other than a romance, but every once in a while I come across one like this that I just can’t pass up the opportunity to read. I know that I’m probably going to consider this book an extremely guilty pleasure, but I’m alright with that. Mystery kissers are just a little bit addicting.
In Search Of by Ava Dellaira isn’t exactly the sort of book I go out of my way to read since I can be pretty picky about contemporaries. But something about the mystery of the main character’s father and her mother’s response to it all makes this novel sound quite fascinating. I imagine this will probably be one of those books I like but don’t love, but who knows? Maybe I’ll be impressed?
Pacifica by Kristin Simmons is on my list because of pirates, pirates, pirates. Need I say more? Probably…but at the same time… I feel like this book might be a hit of a play on Daughter of the Pirate King cause it sounds somewhat similar, but it’s grabbed my attention and so I can’t wait to read it.
I’ve never really had much success with books by Patrick Ness and yet I am incredibly interested in reading Feeder. This book frankly just sounds all kinds of fascinating and wondrous and hopefully I wont get immensely bored reading it. I dunno what it is about his books, but I’ve not yet found one that I liked though they always seem to have incredible ideas behind them. Perhaps his writing just isn’t for me, but I guess we’ll see, wont we?
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi should be off this list if only because I meant to read it quite some time ago. I began reading this book back in March, if my memory is correct, and I never actually got around to finishing it. This was partially due to the fact that I was busy and I never actually fell in love with the book so I ended up forgetting about it. It’s still on my TBR because I haven’t yet finished it, but idk if it will be on for much longer.
Happy reading, everyone!