As always there are so many amazing books being published in 2017, making it ever harder to actually read the books I already own! Though I haven't really looked into many of the books being released in 2017, in an attempt to prevent too much book buying, there are some that I am really looking forward to. These are my top 5.
Perfect by Cecelia Ahern - Flawed by Cecelia Ahern was my favourite book of 2016 so obviously I cannot wait for the second book in the series, which I'm 90% sure is the last, Perfect. Flawed is a dystopian series about a world in which those who are not considered perfect, the Flawed, are treated very poorly in society. Like I said, I loved the first book so much that I'm desperate to get my hands on the second book, so the fact it has already been released in Germany makes me kind of mad, I need to learn German!
By Your Side by Kasie West - I've loved everything I have read by Kasie West so far and have got to the point where I will pick up anything she writes. This one sounds great as it follows a girl and boy locked in a library for a weekend. That's pretty much a book-lovers dream, right? I expect this to be just as cute as all of her other books.
The Names They Gave Us by Emery Lord - I seem to have a habit of picking up Emery Lord's books and not getting around to reading them. I have read one and loved it which makes me excited for more of her books. This one is about a girl who is working with her boyfriend at a Bible camp over summer and as someone who has worked at several Bible camps over the past few years, I don't care what else happens I already think that sounds amazing. Also, the UK cover for this is just beautiful.
When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon - From what I know about this book it is essentially about a modern day arranged marriage with a difference. I really don't know much but that had me pretty much sold. It seems to be a cute, funny read that everyone who got there hands on an ARC has loved.
There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins - It's Stephanie Perkins. The woman could write a takeaway menu and I would read it! This book couldn't be further from the Anna trilogy but it still sounds incredible. It is essentially a slasher horror about students at a high school being murdered one-by-one. If that doesn't interest you, it's described as 'Scream meets YA', which sounds epic to me.
There really are some amazing sounding books heading our way in 2017, it looks like it'll be a really great year. What are you most looking forward to this year? Are you excited for an of the books I mentioned?