I devoured The Queen of the Tearling (book 1) this past January, and have been badly wanting to return to this world. I'm worried that I've already begun to forget details, so I want to hurry and read this one before too much more time goes by.
It's the final book in the trilogy. I'm only lukewarm about this trilogy, but I need closure, and I really, really need to return the box set to my brother-in-law. (SORRY.)
It's a new Moriarty book, ergo I will be reading it immediately upon its release on July 26th. Fact: I have a google calendar marked specifically for book releases precisely for books like this. I am ashamed of nothing.
It seems like most people usually have many Thoughts and Opinions on Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love, but I'm actually not all that opinionated about it. I read it, mostly enjoyed it, and then moved on. I have enough positive feelings about it to give this book a shot, though. Plus that cover is pretty. The many favorable reviews don't hurt either.
Another Chima series set in her Seven Realms world a generation after Han and Raisa's epic story? GIMME.
I have a few friends who basically double as my bookish overlords - they command me to read something, and I read it immediately. This book landed on my list from such a friend, so obviously I need to read it pronto. That being said, I had requested the ebook via my Salt Lake library card, and my card got cancelled after we moved and before I could read it. So I need to find another way to get my hands on it. (There is only one library where I now live, and I have not been overwhelmed by its selection. I am trying not to have a massive crisis over this fact.)
The sequel to The Wrath & The Dawn, which I loooooooved, is now available! I am really excited about this one, but I need a refresh on the story before I jump in.
Sarah J. Maas is up there with Liane Moriarty and Rainbow Rowell on my list of auto-read authors. I loved A Court of Thorns and Roses so, so much (I gave it 5 stars) and am way jazzed to return to this world.
This one looks really thought-provoking. I choose my non-fiction even more selectively than my fiction, but this book is just begging to be read.
Everything about this book appeals to me. Sometimes you just need to laugh in order to get through the muck, right? Plus, that raccoon is killing me.
Have you read any of these? What did you think? What else are you reading this summer? What should I add to my list? Give me your recommendations!