Monday, June 9, 2014

June 2014 TBR + Anticipated Releases

Yep, you read the title right ... I have a June TBR.


After Hazel from Stay Bookish introduced the #30daysofbookstagram (with day one being "your June TBR"), I decided to snap a photo of the books I really wanted to finish this June. I've already finished The Selection and The End or Something Like This (which, btw, I have a review on!) so I'm making good progress! I don't normally have a monthly TBR because I am terrible at following them, but I thought I'd give it a shot since I have a lot of extra time this summer.

I was supposed to read Unravel Me two months ago when I made my first Friday Reads video, but I ended up neglecting it ... I think it's about time I tackle this one. Love and Other Foreign Words was just a random sighting at the library and It's Not Summer Without You, Paper Towns, Lola and the Boy Next Door, Eleanor & Park, and Scarlet are all books I have been meaning to pick up for a really long time.

As for my June anticipated releases, I only have two:


Dark Days by Kate Ormand, released on June 2nd, is about a world divided into different sectors. Apparently, there is a robot army that enters and attacks each sector with the goal of weeding out those who are weak. This book follows Sia, a girl who doesn't think her and her family will be able to survive the attack but refuses to give up that easily. I believe this is Kate Ormand's first novel, so I am really interested to see what her writing style is like.

The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummins, coming out on June 10th, is about a society where the murder rate is higher than the birth rate. I don't know anything else about it, but that in itself sounds scary ... and I'm wondering how a story could be built around that. (P.S. — the background image on this cover is really creepy.)

What books are on your TBR/anticipated releases list this month?

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2 comments

  1. Cinder is amazing!! You're going to love it! Also, The Selection is a fun read!
    ~Sara

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  2. Your June TBR looks awesome! I'm looking forward to knowing what you think of Scarlet, Lola and Love and other Foreign Words. I've read the first two and loved them, and the third I'm hoping to pick up soon!

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