Let's break down the entire year into months when it comes to anticipated reads. January was really good on the releases it held and now it's time to search February for the ten most anticipated releases that everyone should have their eyes on. TEN MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF FEBRUARY 2019 1. ON THE COME UP … Continue reading February 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month
Scythe is a sci-fi dystopia written by Neal Shusterman and published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. Fanna rated this book with five full stars and definitely recommends this to all the readers.
Mayfly by Jeff Sweat is a science fiction dystopia published by Feiwel & Friends on May 8th, 2018. 4.5 stars to this!
ISAN by Mary Ting is a young adult, science fiction dystopia that is recently published on May 1st, 2018 by Vesuvian Books. I picked up ISAN because it claimed to be a science fiction, dystopia but was pleasantly surprised to find the romance impressive enough. The story revolves around Ava who has been in ISAN … Continue reading Blog Tour – ISAN by Mary Ting [Review + Giveaway]
Secondhand Origin Stories is a young adult, science fiction being self-published by Lee Blauersouth through Createspace Independent Publishing and was released on March 15th, 2018. R E V I E W Secondhand Origin Stories is a superhero fiction that doesn’t simply include tight suites, godly strength, and world-saving; instead, it’s a journey of four young … Continue reading Blog Tour – Secondhand Origin Stories by Lee Blauersouth
Crimson Ash is a YA dystopian, science fiction by Haley Sulich and is expected to be published on May 10th, 2018 by Write Plan.
Our Dark Stars is a science fiction, fantasy by Audrey Grey and Krystal Wade and is set to be published on March 6th, 2018 by Blaze Publishing.
The Vanishing Spark Of Dusk is the perfect mixture of science fiction, aliens without humanity, some with humanity, strong humans with empathy, and a well-developed romance.
I didn't think this would become so frequent but I guess it's all about the year ending, my holiday week and me reading almost four books everyday. Read my review of One And Done by Melynda Price; The Culling by Ramona Finn; The Billionaire's Sexy Rival by Leslie North.
Dark Matter by Blake Crouch is the perfect scientifically frustrating plot with bunches of dialogues, and all in a good way. I'll recommend this to those looking for a sci-fi thriller that makes sense while you keep thinking it isn't making any, and all the while sit by the edge of your seat.