Books that I’m Looking Forward to this Winter 2016 | Part 1

Hello all! So December is right around the corner, and that means that Winter is going to be here pretty quickly! The weather here has been pretty brisk when it’s not rainy. I’ve recently gotten into the habit of wearing socks to bed just to be a little warmer at night!

I’ll be honest and say that I haven’t really found that many books that are going to be published in December 2016, if you know of some others that I may like, please recommend them to me! With that have been said, let’s start with the books:

December 6

So I’ll be honest in the fact that I haven’t yet read the second book in the Zodiac series, Wandering Star. I’m going to though! I just have no idea when…

December 13

Ahh, I haven’t yet started this series. I have the first 3 books on my shelf waiting to be read. The covers are so pretty though that I can’t ignore these books!

December 17

What I like about this book already is that the cover is super pretty, like, a white background and a yellow-gold lettering… It’s just so drool worthy!

The synopsis is actually pretty interesting as well. The synopsis leads me to believe that the main character, a 17-year-old girl named Britta. After her father is killed, Britta is left without the rights ot her fathers land and her inheritance. With nowhere to go, Britta goes to the Ever Woods. Where I’m thinking that the story then turns for the worst. I’m just speculating though, since the book isn’t even out yet. I also don’t want to get my hopes up for this book, because I don’t want to be let down. It’s happened so many times in the past, friends!

All of these books are Young Adult Fantasy books, so they’re all up my alley. Are there any books that you’re looking forward to in December? I know I won’t be able to read this books anytime soon, so talking about them makes me happy.

Happy Reading!

4 thoughts on “Books that I’m Looking Forward to this Winter 2016 | Part 1

  1. Ceillie Simkiss says:

    I hope you enjoy Ever the Hunted more than I did. I read the ARC and it was not my thing, but the reviews seem like it’s either a hit or miss for most people – no in-between. I’m looking forward to reading The Burning Page by Genevieve Cogman soon!


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