My most anticipated books of 2017

These are a few of the books I’m most anticipating for this new year of 2017! I wonder if any will appear on my 2017 favourites?

  • The Girl Before by J. P. Delaney – January 24th (Hardback) – I’ve been wanting to read this since I read another book called The Girl Before in August, so I hope this doesn’t let me down!
  • The Book of Mirrors by E. O. Chirovici – January 26th (Hardback) – already gaining some fantastic reviews! Sounds exciting!
  • The Doll Funeral by Kate Hamer – January 31st (Kindle) – I loved Hamer’s debut, here’s to hoping this is just as good!
  • The Breakdown by B. A. Paris – February 9th (Paperback) – another author whose debut was superb! I’m looking forward to this.
  • Universal Harvester by John Darnielle – March 1st (Hardback) – trippy cover and intriguing plot, gutted I didn’t get accepted for this on Netgalley, but really, I’d want the book in real form anyway!
  • Quicksand by Malin Persson Giolito – March 7th (Hardback) – Loving the book cover on this one, and definitely sounds like an interesting story!
  • Hekla’s Children by James Brogden – March 7th (Paperback) – I love, love, love horror books so I’m hoping this one is good, it certainly sounds it!
  • The Fall of Lisa Bellow by Susan Perabo – March 14th (Hardback) – this sounds a bit different to my normal reading, but I’m eager to step out of my comfort zone for this.
  • Sometimes I Lie by Alice Feeney –  March 23rd (Paperback) – I really don’t like the title of this but it sounds very interesting and I got it on Netgalley, woo hoo!
  • The Boy on the Bridge by M. R. Carey – May 2nd (Paperback) – I love this author, anything he produces is fantastic!
  • Into the Water by Paula Hawkins – May 2nd (Hardback) – The Girl on the Train wasn’t my favourite of all novels but it was thrilling nonetheless, so here’s to hoping this is good too! 
  • See What I Have Done by Sarah Schmidt – May 2nd (Hardback) – This is a reimagining of the Lizzie Borden case and surrounding mystery of her parents murders! I’ve always been interested in true crime but a book that creates it into fiction and makes it its own story, sounds amazing!

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