There are so many books coming out, this summer, that sound amazing! My wish list is overflowing with beautiful covers and fabulous premises. I wanted to share some of my most anticipated titles, but there were so many, I decided to break it down by publisher :0)
Today's list is for Penguin Teen Summer 2012 titles. Penguin books always take up a large chunk of my wishlist all year long and this summer they have so many amazing titles! I cannot wait to get my hands on these books!
"Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone" by Kat Rosenfield
I'm always intrigued by stories that alternate between the past and present. Not to mention, I love the mystery aspect of it!
"The Best Night of Your (Pathetic) Life" by Tara Altebrando
This book sounds like so much fun! I love that it centers around a scavenger hunt. This is definitely on my must list :0)
"Cold Fury" by T.M. Goeglein
Paranormal mob story, enough said! This one sounds so cool and I was lucky enough to get an early copy. I can't wait to read and find out what happens!
"The Golden Lily" by Richelle Mead
I love everything Richelle Mead writes. She has a gift. After the ending of Bloodlines, I am clamoring for this sequel!
"Keep Holding On" by Susane Colasanti
I love a good boy/girl romance, drama story. And Susane's books always fit the bill.
"Lucid" by Adrienne Stoltz and Ron Bass
Dreaming yourself into someone else's life sounds like a premise with endlessly cool possibilities. So excited!
"My Life in Black and White" by Natasha Friend
I love a dramatic contemp and the family dynamic in this one sounds like it is going to be a really good read!
"My Life Next Door" by Huntley Fitzpatrick
I am a sucker for a boy next door story! Add in the angsty goodness this one promises and I am seriously pining :0)
"The Summer My Life Began" by Shannon Greenland
This sounds like the perfect type of summer romance, with the added bonus of a main character that cooks. I love books with cooking!
"Survive" by Alex Morel
This one has so much potential. A story about a girl who wants to do, only to go through something that makes her realize she needs to fight to live. So cool!
"Tokyo Heist" by Diana Renn
Art thieves, a crime solving teenager, and motorcycles...yes, please!