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Top Ten 2013 Debuts I’m Looking Forward To
Debuts I’m looking forward to…this one is definitely fun to think about, because there are a ton of books I’m looking forward to. I may have gotten a little creative with my definition of debut once or twice, but it looks like there are tons of debuts this year to be excited about!
- The Program by Suzanne Young. This one looks pretty interesting- suicide is an international epidemic, and The Program is the only cure. Expected Publication is April 30.
- Splintered by A.G. Howard. It’s a modernization or re-telling (or whatever you want to call it) of Alice In Wonderland! It seems great, and it came out on January 1.
- Level 2 by Lenore Appelhans. It’s a good versus evil story in the afterlife! I’m really intrigued by this because you don’t see a lot of good versus evil in the afterlife. Expected publication is January 15.
- Mind Games by Kiersten White. She’s debuting a new series this year, and I’m excited about it. A world where girls with amazing powers are used as tools for corporate espionage? I am so there on February 19, when Mind Games is released.
- Not A Drop To Drink by Mindy McGinnis. I came across this one while looking at my goodreads recommendations, and it looks totally cool! A world where you have to protect water from others? Sounds scary (and totally possible) but also really interesting. Not A Drop To Drink comes out September 9.
- PODs by Michelle Pickett. This one is her YA debut, and it’s about this girl who was chosen to live- and not be killed by this crazy virus. Only, the POD she’s in gets opened up, and the virus has undergone this crazy mutation. PODs is coming out on June 4.
- Starglass by Phoebe North. This one seems pretty cool and very mysterious. Living on a spaceship, and needing to kill it’s captain to prove yourself to rebels? Very intriguing. Starglass comes out July 23.
- Control by Lydia Kang. A world where you can’t have genetically enhanced genes because it’s been outlawed? Sounds like an interesting world. Control comes out December 19.
- City Of A Thousand Dolls by Miriam Forster. First of all, the title got my attention! But a world where orphan girls are expected to be musicians, healers, courtesans, and assassins? And trying to figure out who’s behind a bunch of girls dying? Totally cool! I’m excited for February 5, when City Of A Thousand Dolls comes out.
- Pivot Point by Kasie West. I’m looking forward to Pivot Point, which is about a Searcher named Addie, who can look into the future and see both outcomes when she is faced with making a choice. I’m definitely excited about Pivot Point, which is coming out February 12.