July Book Releases

Hi guys,

After a very long two weeks of silence (I had this thing called handing in my thesis, gosh, that was something different…) but I’m now back on both YouTube and here. So without further ado, here are some of my most anticipated reads of July. And what I love about July is the fact that during the vacation it is actually possible to succeed in a reading challenge. Enjoy!

The art of starving1. The Art of Starving – Sam J. Miller
Release date: July 11th 2017
Publisher: HarperTeen
The Art of Starving has been on my most anticipated reads list since way back in spring. I thought it would be really interesting to read a book a about a BOY with an eating disorder. We read a lot about girls having troubles with eating and their bodies, but I feel like body issues concerning boys are pretty rare. I think this book is quite extraordinary and I will review it soon, since I received a digital ARC of this book. Interested? Read more…

 

Because You Love to Hate Me2. Because You Love to Hate Me: 13 Tales of Villainy – Various authors
Release date: July 11th 2017
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
A book full of stories about villains: SAY WHAT? Yes, this is real. And I will just say this: the authors are not just any authors. I’m saying Renee Ahdieh, Marissa Meyer, Victoria Schwab, Adam Silvera and many many more! And the best thing? The thirteen bestselling authors teamed up with thirteen influential book tubers and wrote thirteen fairytales from  from the oft-misunderstood villains’ points of view. Read more…

 

This is How it Happened3. This is How it Happened – Paula Stokes
Release date: July 11th 2017
Publisher: HarperTeen
Stories that involve somebody getting into a coma are my favorite – sounds weird, but I’ve always imagined how that would be… (IT WOULD SUCK, FOR SURE). This story is about a girl who comes out of a coma, not remembering anything, except that her famous YouTube boyfriend died during the crash… but was she responsible? Read more…

 

 

I See London, I See France4. I See London, I See France – Sarah Mlynowski
Release date: July 11th 2017
Publisher: HarperTeen
A book that has been buzzing around on the internet for a while… a book that’s gotten my attention! And it feels like THE perfect summer read. It tells the story of nineteen-year-old Sydney who goes on a trip to Europe with her best friend. They planned the perfect vacation, but it doesn’t really turns out that way with ex-boyfriends who show up and mothers with mental breakdowns. And this all the while they try to navigate through Europe. Read more…

 

Lucky in Love5. Lucky in Love – Kasie West
Release date: July 25th 2017
Publisher: Scholastic
Okay, yes. I just HAD do include at least one really tacky love story in this list, since it is summer after all. Luckily Kasie West knows all about how to write great love stories, and this one sounds just about right. Maddie wins the lottery, which seems like a lot of fun at first, but she finds out it’s not all fun. Everybody wants something from her. Except that cute boy from the zoo who doesn’t really know about her new won money. Read more…

 

Nanouk Meijer

Nanouk is the founder and owner of the website. She runs the website, takes care of the lay-out, give-aways, social media, book reviews and events. She is 21-years old and is currently studying 'Comparative Literature' at Utrecht University. She also reviews for YABC and spends too much money on books. This year she is also the PR & Marketing intern at HarperCollins Holland.

One Comment

  1. Yay! I love to read about new books 🙂 I am very curious about Because You Love To Hate Me. I think it’s so cool that a few booktubers wrote stories about villains! I See London , I See France sounds like the perfect summer read, I can’t wait to pick it up.

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