What to Read in July: New Releases To Watch For
Wow it’s July already! How’s everyone doing with their reading goals? Need some inspiration or are you looking to catch up on the books on your shelves? I always need to catch up of course, but I still have my eye on several books due out this month:
Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield (July 5) – A summer murder mystery that looks intriguing.
Dark Companion by Marta Costa – A gothic novel that centers on a girl in the foster care system who gets invited to attend an exclusive boarding school, but strange things are happening there.
Once by Anna Carey – The sequel to last year’s Eve
Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson – I’ve always liked Peter Pan, and this re-telling sounds lovely and sad.
Don’t You Wish by Roxanne St. Claire – A popular girl gets a taste of the popular life when her dad’s invention sends her to a parallel universe.
The Forsaken by Lisa M. Stasse - I just recently heard about this dystopian, and it sounds action-packed and intense.
Insignia by S.J. Kincaid – Another fast-paced dystopian that looks really great.
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman – For high fantasy fans, Seraphina has been getting high marks.
Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness – The highly anticipated sequel of A Discovery of Witches.
Such a Rush by Jennifer Echols – Contemporary romance fans, be sure to pick this one up!
The Thing About the Truth by Lauren Barnholdt – Both parties have something to hide in this contemporary romance.
The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer – As a Gleek I’m curious about this book, and I like middle grade books so I’d give it a chance.
Cold Fury by T.M. Goeglein – I like that this mob and action adventure mystery is something you don’t see often in YA.
Endlessly by Kiersten White – The last book in the Paranormalcy trilogy.
Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard – Zombies and steampunk, it sounds really imaginative and fun.
Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry – An intense romance from a debut author.
What are your July must-reads?