The 10 July Releases I’m Most Anticipating

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!

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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!

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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.

Which books are you anticipating?

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