Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of 2019

Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesday post, but this prompt really excited me, because there are SO many books that I can’t wait to read this year, especially in the first half! Without further ado, let’s get into my most anticipated releases for the first half of 2019!

1. The Wicked King – Holly Black (1-8-19)


Does this even count? It came out TODAY! My preordered ebook is already on my kindle and my physical copy comes in a few weeks from Faecrate!

2. A Curse So Dark and Lonely – Brigid Kemmerer (1-29-19)


I’m a sucker for anything Beauty and The Beast. I’m also a  sucker for a good retelling, so this book seems right up my alley.

3. Meet Me in Outer Space – Melinda Grace (3-12-19)


While the title is what initially drew me in, I’m actually quite interested by the synopsis of this novel! It’s about a girl with an invisible disability, and dealing with college accommodations.

4. Four Dead Queens – Astrid Scholte (2-26-19)


I read a sample of this book and it sounds amazing so far! I can’t wait to read more of it in February!

5. Aurora Rising– Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (5-7-19)


I haven’t even read Illuminae, but I’m excited for this one! The cover looks amazing, and I love a good YA scifi!

6. Wicked Saints – Emily A. Duncan (4-2-19)


Okay, who isn’t excited for Wicked Saints? I’ve heard so much hype about this already, and it doesn’t come out for months! I’m so excited to read it.

7. You’d Be Mine – Erin Hahn (4-2-19)


I have an e-arc of this and I am SO excited to get to this (My TBR list is constantly growing though) I’m always down for a romance about musicians!

8. Every Moment After – Joseph Moldover (4-9-19)


I usually love novels that deal with real, serious issues. This one is about the aftermath of a school shooting, which obviously isn’t the lightest subject, but I’m interesting in seeing how it plays out. I just hope that the author tackled the subject well.

9. Sky Without Stars – Jessica Brody and Joanne Rendell (5-26-19)


Omg, it’s a scifi Les Miserables retelling! And it’s by Jessica Brody! Need I say more? Sign me up!

10. Roam – C.H. Armstrong


This is another book that I have an e-arc of. It seems quite interesting, and I’ll have to squeeze it into my January TBR! It’s about a homeless teen and her family, which is a topic I’ve never seen explored in YA books!

That’s it for Top Ten Tuesday! If any publishers see this and want to slide an ARC my way, please hit me up!

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