I do tend to get sidetracked with all the new books coming out and my backlist books become more and more back list haha. I want to try and slip more in there, though I’m not sure when I will find the time. Hopefully this post will inspire me to actually pick some of these up!
Into The Drowning Deep by Mira Grant
While it terrifies me, I’m fascinated by deep sea exploration. There is so much unknown and the ocean is so deep and it gets so dark (figuratively and literally sometimes haha) and a book about it sounds amazing.
Stalking Jack The Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco
I’ve talked about wanting to give this one another try, but I still haven’t picked it up again. So, it’s going on this list to motivate me. I’ve heard mixed reviews about this one, but the positive is really positive. And I want to read things that I wouldn’t normally read and see if I’ll actually enjoy them.
The Loneliest Girl In The Universe by Lauren James
I heard about this one a long time ago and it sounded really interesting. I’m drawn to pretty much any sci-fi book and this one sounds a lot different than a lot of the one’s I’ve read. It’s a digital love story (I think), in space and about mysterious messages suddenly coming from earth. It sounds really good!
More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
I’ve only read one (or two, counting What If It’s Us) Adam Silvera book. His books are so popular, I can’t believe I haven’t gotten to these sooner! I know they are incredibly sad, so I will have to be in the right mindset for them. But, I definitely want to give this one a shot and hopefully read the other one too!
Gray Wolf Island by Tracey Neithercott
I heard about this book awhile ago and I have it on my shelf, but I’ve just never gotten to it. I’ve heard good things about it and it sounds pretty interesting from the minimal things I know about it haha. I know it has an island, a group of teens, and treasure.
I’m not the best at reading backlist books, but I’m hoping to change that. We shall see when I actually implement that though haha. There are just so many good books.
Thank you for reading!