| Wishlist Wednesday | Debut Novels 2017 I didn’t end up buying then, but still want to now – PART 2

So, I decided to publish part 2 of the ‘Debut novels 2017 I didn’t end up buying then, but still want to now’ today as well, instead of next week. Because I also have a part 3 and 4 and that would’ve taken up 4 weeks then to publish them one by one every week. So next week part 3 and 4 will also both be published on Wednesday. Are you ready to see which books are on my Wishlist aside from the 6 books I talked about in this morning’s Part 1 WW? Read on…

♥ Song of the Current by Sarah Tolcser 

I believe this book was in a Fairyloot if I’m correct? Or an owlcrate edition? Don’t know exactly which one it was anymore, but either way; I’m really excited about this book! Have you read this one yet? Love to hear from you! It has fantasy elements and Pirates! After loving my recently finished read ‘Daughter of the Pirate King’, I really can’t wait to read more pirate books!


Caroline Oresteia is destined for the river. For generations, her family has been called by the river god, who has guided their wherries on countless voyages throughout the Riverlands. At seventeen, Caro has spent years listening to the water, ready to meet her fate. But the river god hasn’t spoken her name yet—and if he hasn’t by now, there’s a chance he never will.

Caro decides to take her future into her own hands when her father is arrested for refusing to transport a mysterious crate. By agreeing to deliver it in exchange for his release, Caro finds herself caught in a web of politics and lies, with dangerous pirates after the cargo—an arrogant courier with a secret—and without the river god to help her. With so much at stake, Caro must choose between the life she always wanted and the one she could never have imagined for herself.

From debut author, Sarah Tolcser comes an immersive and romantic fantasy set along the waterways of a magical world with a headstrong heroine determined to make her mark.

♥ Mask of Shadows by Linsey Miller 

This was and still is one of my highly anticipated 2017 releases. Unfortunately, I still haven’t bought it yet, but I’m definitely planning to somewhere this year.


Sallot Leon is a thief and a good one at that. But gender fluid Sal wants nothing more than to escape the drudgery of life as a highway robber and get closer to the upper-class and the nobles who destroyed their home.

When Sal Leon steals a poster announcing open auditions for the Left Hand, a powerful collection of the Queen’s personal assassins named for the rings she wears — Ruby, Emerald, Amethyst, and Opal — their world changes. They know it’s a chance for a new life.

Except the audition is a fight to the death filled with clever circus acrobats, lethal apothecaries, and vicious ex-soldiers. A childhood as a common criminal hardly prepared Sal for the trials. But Sal must survive to put their real reason for auditioning into play: revenge.

♥ the Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden 

I’ve heard so many great things about this book already and 1. I normally love fairy tales and retellings and 2. I also love historical fiction so this book sounds like a perfect read for me then since it consists both elements.


At the edge of the Russian wilderness, winter lasts most of the year and the snowdrifts grow taller than houses. But Vasilisa doesn’t mind—she spends the winter nights huddled around the embers of a fire with her beloved siblings, listening to her nurse’s fairy tales. Above all, she loves the chilling story of Frost, the blue-eyed winter demon, who appears in the frigid night to claim unwary souls. Wise Russians fear him, her nurse says, and honor the spirits of house and yard and forest that protect their homes from evil.

After Vasilisa’s mother dies, her father goes to Moscow and brings home a new wife. Fiercely devout, city-bred, Vasilisa’s new stepmother forbids her family from honoring the household spirits. The family acquiesces, but Vasilisa is frightened, sensing that more hinges upon their rituals than anyone knows.

And indeed, crops begin to fail, evil creatures of the forest creep nearer, and misfortune stalks the village. All the while, Vasilisa’s stepmother grows ever harsher in her determination to groom her rebellious stepdaughter for either marriage or confinement in a convent.

As danger circles, Vasilisa must defy even the people she loves and call on dangerous gifts she has long concealed—this, in order to protect her family from a threat that seems to have stepped from her nurse’s most frightening tales.

♥ just Friends by Tiffany Pitcock 

I’m a sucker for Contemporary Romance, mostly the adult editions but every now and then I also really love to read a Young adult CR. And coming across this one last year, made me really enthusiastic to read a new YA CR. I really like the friends-to-lovers trope in a romance so this sounds like a great read.


Jenny meets Chance for the very first time when she is assigned as his partner in their Junior Oral Communications class. But after they rescue a doomed assignment with one clever lie, the whole school is suddenly convinced that Little-Miss-Really-Likes-Having-A’s and the most scandalous heartbreaker in school have been best friends forever. It’s amazing how quickly a lie can grow―especially when you really, really want it to be the truth.

With Jenny, Chance can live the normal life he’s always kind of wanted. And with Chance, Jenny can have the exciting teen experiences that TV shows and movies have always promised. Through it all, they hold on to the fact that they are “just friends.” But that might be the biggest lie of all.

♥ Gray Wolf Island by Tracey Neithercott 

I’m normally not always into reading mystery/thriller books but this synopsis sounds sooo good! I just really want to read this book haha. I haven’t read any reviews or such on this book because I haven’t seen it that often so far, so that secretly makes me even more excited about the book. I love reading new books that haven’t been hyped yet.


Right before Sadie died, she begged her sister, Ruby, to do the one thing she could never do herself: Find the treasure on Gray Wolf Island.

With just a mysterious treasure map as a guide, Ruby reluctantly allows some friends to join her on the hunt, each of whom is touched by magic: a boy allegedly born to a virgin, a girl who never sleeps, a boy who can foresee his own death, and a boy with deep ties to the island. Each of them is also keeping a secret—something they’ll have to reveal in order to reach the treasure.

As the secrets come to light, Ruby will have to decide: Can she make peace with her friends’ troubled pasts and continue to trust them? Can she forgive herself for doing the unspeakable? Deep in the wilderness of Gray Wolf Island, Ruby’s choices will determine if they make it out with the treasure—or merely with their lives.

From debut author Tracey Neithercott comes a darkly compelling tale of profound friendship, adventure, and finding the strength to tell the truth.

♥ the Continent by Keira Drake 

This is also one of the highly anticipated 2017 reads for me and high on my to-buy list at the moment. Even though the ratings on the book aren’t that great so far on Goodreads for example, I’m still really excited to find out for myself what I’ll think about it. Have you read this book yet? Love to hear from you.


For her sixteenth birthday, Vaela Sun receives the most coveted gift in all the Spire—a trip to the Continent. It seems an unlikely destination for a holiday: a cold, desolate land where two nations remain perpetually locked in combat. Most citizens lucky enough to tour the Continent do so to observe the spectacle and violence of battle, a thing long vanished in the peaceful realm of the Spire. For Vaela, the war holds little interest. As a smart and talented apprentice cartographer and a descendent of the Continent herself, she sees the journey as a dream come true: a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to improve upon the maps she’s drawn of this vast, frozen land.

But Vaela’s dream all too quickly turns to nightmare as the journey brings her face-to-face with the brutal reality of a war she’s only read about. Observing from the safety of a heli-plane, Vaela is forever changed by the sight of the bloody battle being waged far beneath her. And when a tragic accident leaves her stranded on the Continent, Vaela finds herself much closer to danger than she’d ever imagined—and with an entirely new perspective as to what war truly means. Starving, alone, and lost in the middle of a war zone, Vaela must try to find a way home—but first, she must survive.

So, that was part 2 of this WW edition and I’m really excited about all 6 books in this article as well. Love to hear if you’ve read any of them and what you thought of them then?



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