IT’S TIME FOR JULY. Which means summer vacation for meeeeeeeeee! Am I the only one whose inside voice went a bit crazy on the “me” part? Anyway… I’m showing you the 10 new releases I’m most anticipating for the coming month. Let’s get into it!
The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke // July 2nd // Short blurb: Six-year-old Laurel was abducted with her sister as the only witness. Thirteen years later, a woman is found again clutching the bear Laurel was last seen with.
The Fixer (The Fixer #1) by Jennifer Lynn Barnes // July 7th // This one is marketed as a YA mix of Scandal and Veronica Mars. WHAT? Sounds epic.
Survive the Night by Danielle Vega // July 7th // Apparently, this one is about a rave that takes a horrible turn, and the main character, Casey, and her friends are being hunted through the tunnels.
Ink and Bone (The Great Library #1) by Rachel Caine // July 7th // Sooo, I think this is about a library that uses alchemy to deliver the content of the greatest works in history.
The Heart of Betrayal (Remnant Chronicles #2) by Mary E. Pearson // July 7th // I won’t give a synopsis for this one, as it is a sequel but I’m really looking forward to it!
Paperweight by Meg Haston // July 7th // It’s about a girl with an eating disorder whose brother died almost one year ago (I think).
Jesse’s Girl (Hundred Oaks #6) by Miranda Kenneally // July 7th // I loved the previous book in this companion novel series, so I’m hoping to really enjoy this one too.
Ruthless by Carolyn Lee Adams // July 14th // Ruth, nicknamed Ruthless, wakes up in the bed of a moving pickup truck. She was abducted by a man who punishes girls like her, and the previous 6 girls were never seen again. HELLO. That sounds like an episode of Criminal Minds without the BAU.
Pretending to Be Erica by Michelle Painchaud // July 21st // CON ARTISTS. I love them.
Damage Done by Amanda Panitch // July 21st // 22 minutes separate Julia Vann’s before and after. Before: Julia had a twin brother, a boyfriend, and a best friend. After: She has a new identity, a new hometown, and memories of those twenty-two minutes that refuse to come into focus. At least, that’s what she tells the police.