Take a look at the most anticipated books of 2016 that I’ll be reading in this round-up of books published from January-June.
2016 is here, and it looks like it is not only shaping up to be a year filled with delightfully bookish movies, but it will also be a year full of thrilling books that will be remembered for years to come.
These are the most anticipated books of 2016 that I’m planning to read in the first half of the year:
The Most Anticipated Books of 2016: January-June
Mr. Splitfoot, Samantha Hunt
This is probably one of my favorite picks for the most anticipated books of 2016. It’s a ghost story, with orphans, who go on a journey, and has a dream-like writing style like the Night Circus.
Sign me up now.
Square Wave, Mark de Silva
Square Wave looks like a mix between a science fiction novel and a historical war novel. It tells the tale of a night guard who finds out how to weaponize weather.
The Nest supposedly was purchased for over a million dollars, which is insane. I’m not sure if I will like this book, because I usually don’t like books about dysfunctional families, but with a price tag of over $1 million dollars, it better be amazing and I want to read it.
This book is written by a French woman, which means it is probably beautifully written. The story is centered around murder, which means it will probably be quite entertaining.
Zero K is a story of a billionaire who doesn’t want to die and tries not to. It sounds like the story Batman should have been. I’m excited.
Dorthe is Danish, which means by reading this book I”ll be accomplishing my goal of reading more diverse books. This book is a collection of two modern twisted romance stories, which sounds delightful.
What are the most anticipated books of 2016 on your list?
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