Friday, 19 November 2010
Ten More Books I Absolutely Can't Wait For
But I Love Him by Amanda Grace/Mandy Hubbard- Admittedly I tend to stay away from scary abuse novels, but I'm currently in the depths of writing a Lit fic novel about consciousness and other deep, rambling things that a teenage girl probably knows next to nothing about but has opinions on anyway. Strangely, wondering so deep into the depths of the human mind is actually making contemporary, earth-like things seem almost like relief. A welcome injection of reality, a reminder that people have problems both bigger and smaller than just being a figment of someone's imagination. If any of that makes sense. Which probably to a sane person it doesn't.
Clarity by Kim Harrington- In three words, it looks: Magical. Mysterious. Enthralling.
Posession by Elana Johnson- There's a theme running through this somewhat, dear blog. In case you haven't spotted it then the recurring theme is sinister dystopian novels with beautiful covers that look like they radiate awesome. Well, with reason, I think.
Well, that's it. Everyone always says that you should live in the now, but how can you when the release of books like these is just around the corner?