#1. Cress (The Lunar Chronicles #3) by Marissa Meyer
I haven't had a chance to read any of the Lunar Chronicles books yet, but you can bet I'm buying them as soon as they're released. They look so lovely on my bookshelf.
#2. The Shadow Throne (The Ascendance Trilogy #3) by Jennifer A. Nielsen
The conclusion to a YA fantasy series that started with The False Prince.
#3. White Space (Dark Passages #1) by Ilsa J. Bick
A horror story about the blurred lines between reality and the written word.
#4. Maybe One Day by Melissa Kantor
A YA novel in the same vein as The Fault in Our Stars, only this book features two friends. Be sure to have some tissues handy.
#5. The Waking Engine by David Edison
In the world of The Waking Engine, there is no afterlife. A person dies on one planet and is reborn on another multiple times until they end up in the City Unspoken 'where gods and mortals come to die.'
#6. Three Souls by Janie Chang
In 1935 China, a woman dies and is trapped on Earth with three souls.
#7. The Martian by Andy Weir
A novel about one of the first astronauts on Mars.
#8. Three Princes by Ramona Wheeler
An alternate history novel where the Egyptian Empire never collapsed and now runs the world.
#9. The Gospel of Loki by Joanne Harris
What with the popularity of Loki in Marvel Comics' Thor movies (played by the delicious Tom Hiddleston), it seems inevitable that a book told from the perspective of the Trickster God was released.
#10. Archetype (Archetype #1) by M.D. Waters
A woman wakes up in the hospital with no memory of who she is.
#11. The Flight of the Silvers (Silvers #1) by Daniel Price
The world ends and only six people survive. They acquire superpowers.
#12. The Swan Gondola by Timothy Schaffert
A romantic fable set at the Omaha World's Fair in 1898.
#13. Moth and Spark by Anne Leonard
This book has dragons in it. Dragons are my life. I need this book in my life right now.
#14. While Beauty Slept by Elizabeth Blackwell
A gothic retelling of the classic fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty.
#15. Burn (Pure #3) by Julianna Baggott
To be perfectly honest, I'm not exactly sure what this series is about. But the covers are beautiful and I've heard good things.
#16. Alienated (Alienated #1) by Melissa Landers
Girls meets alien in this YA science fiction novel.
#17. Lady Thief (Scarlet #2) by A.C. Gaughen
The second novel in this Robin Hood inspired series.
#18. The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand, Enhance, and Empower the Mind by Michio Kaku
Always looking to expand my scientific horizons and Michio Kaku has a knack for explaining difficult concepts in a fun and engaging way.
#19. Red Rising (Red Rising Trilogy #1) by Pierce Brown
This book is being compared to The Hunger Games, but not in a knock-off way, in a this-is-the-new-literary-phenomenon-that-everyone-will-be-talking-about way.
#20. Cold Storage, Alaska by John Straley
A quirky crime novel set in small-town Alaska. Comparable to Michael Chabon's The Yiddish Policeman's Union, perhaps? Either way, it sounds good.
#21. A Burnable Book (John Gower #1) by Bruce Holsinger
A literary mystery set in Chaucer's London.