For the 12/1/15 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
The Girl from Everywhere by Heidi Heilig
It starts in 1898 Honolulu and stretches to modern day New York AND it's a fantasy debut. It sounds fabulous!
1 / 9
The Forgetting Time: A Novel by Sharon Guskin
I'm super intrigued by this one. It has to do with memory and the relationship between mother and child.
2 / 9
Sleeping Giants (The Themis Files) by Sylvain Neuvel
A debut sci-fi release that's being billed as WORLD WAR Z meets THE MARTIAN. I'm looking forward to finding out.
3 / 9
The Widow by Fiona Barton
Yet another in the LONG list of GIRL ON THE TRAIN and GONE GIRL comparisons. I take that to mean dark and I do like dark!
4 / 9
Black Rabbit Hall by Eve Chase
A rambling old house and family secrets. Yes, please! I can't get enough.
5 / 9
All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders
This one's been being talked up for quite some time. Charlie Jane Anders is editor-in-chief of iO9 and a frequent commentator on sci-fi everything, so I'm looking forward to reading her novel debut based on pretty much that alone!
6 / 9
The Girl in the Red Coat by Kate Hamer
A debut thriller about a missing child - this one released this year in the UK and I've been waiting for it for ages! In March it'll finally hit shelves in the US.
7 / 9
The Mystery of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos
A girl's mystery author father goes missing and she uses what she's learned from his books to try and find him.
8 / 9
Dreamology by Lucy Keating
What do you do when the boy of your dreams turns out to be real? DREAMOLOGY sounds super fun and sweet.
9 / 9