I've been really eager to read this for 8+ months- though slightly disheartened by some not to fantastic reviews, I'm still vying for a copy.
I ADORE the sound of What's Left of Me by Kat Zhang; apart from having a really intriguing cover, the whole premise of the novel screams Romi attraction.
Above by Leah Bobet; I've read mainly medioca reviews for this one, but the idea of a girl who has bee wings isn't going to let that get in the way.
Catherine by April Linder. Other then the fact that I adored April's previous book- Jane- the fact that this is a retelling of Wuthering Heighs is really appealing to me.
The Treachery of Beautiful things by Ruth Frances Long has both an intriguing and beautiful synopsis, a beautiful cover, and it's on my 2012 booklist. It's a keeper.
I'm not completely sure if I will actually like Ten by Gretchen McNeil- it is, presumably (though, strangely, I haven't been able to find anything saying it is) a modern retelling of And then there were None by Agatha Christie. It sounds deathly scary (as the novel by the incredible Christie would be) but I don't know wether I could get past the scare factor. I'm willing to try.
The Girls of No return by Erin Saldin sounds scary and beautiful and I really am keen to read it.
I'm used to the cover of Partials by Dan Wells and by now I don't think I would link anything else with it- I'm not a huge fan of it, but I don't despise it. This sounds like a really great, massive, dystopian!
Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne- I am absolutely sold on this one; I've entered four or five competitions in which I can win it recently, but if I'm not lucky enough to nab a copy that way TBD sure has some business coming it's way.
Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris doesn't have the most promising quote on goodreads- "24 meets the X Files in the biggest teen blockbuster of the summer…" but I do think it sounds really good and I would really like to read it.
Do I have to say more then four repeats of the name? I'm pre-ordering. Soon.
Ah, Reached by Ally Condie. It's monumental- my first YA dystopian series coming to an end... I can't wait to see how Cassia cracks out of the bubble.
Prison Nation by Jenni Merritt has been waiting for me to buy a copy for a while now- I really am keen for this one; it sounds amazing and I adore all the quotes I've read so far!
Breaking Point by Kristen Simmons! I loved Article 5 and this already has a cover! WOW! I can't wait. No more then I can't wait!
I recently read The Maze Runner and am still gasping. Must have The Scorch Trials.
Are you waiting for any of these? What books are you desperate to get your hands on?