Since I have nothing for you, I thought I'd feature some other fabulous reviewers! The following are just six of the June releases that I am ridiculously excited about and if you're not already, READ ON. BE SWAYED. GIVE INTO AFOREMENTIONED FABULOUS REVIEWERS COMPULSION. I hope they don't mind me quoting them, I did link back to their blogs and reviews for you all to check out!
The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead
Jo from Once Upon A Bookcase says: "THE ENDING! Oh. My. WORD! How anyone is going to be able to coherently talk about the end is beyond me. All I feel like saying is, "DIKARHGKHFDGAJKYUG!!!!!!" - read her review.
Brodie from You're Reading Her Blog says: "DIKARHGKHFDGAJKYUG!!!!!!" - you can read her gushy review tomorrow.
For Darkness Shows The Stars by Diana Peterfreund
Anna from Literary Exploration says: "I'm still reeling from the emotional turmoil that For Darkness Shows the Stars put me through. Peterfreund had me laughing, crying, and screaming over the course of 400 pages." - read her review.
Aylee from Recovering Potter Addict says: "For Darkness Shows the Stars is a beautiful and engrossing novel and a definite must read. The originality of the futuristic, dystopian world that read more like a historical fiction novel of Jane Austen's time and the strength and goodness of the story's protagonist made For Darkness Shows the Stars a stand-out read." - read her review.
Shadows Cast by Stars by Catherine Knutsson
Dark Faerie Tales says: "Just when you think you’ve got the plot pegged or a character, Knutsson surprises you with a twist and changes your expectations. For someone who reads a lot of young adult and can usually guess the rest of a story, it’s a refreshing change. This story crosses the boundaries of fantasy and science fiction, creating a dystopian with an alluring back story that keeps tension high and the pages turning." - read her review.
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo (titled The Gathering Dark in UK/AUS)
Sam from Realm of Fiction says: "The pacing is superb, the climax is faultless, and the immaculate blend of fantasy, action and romance really did make this book ‘unputdownable’."- read her review.
Sonia from The Story Queen says: "I LOVE it when a book can make me feel something so strongly and then just flip it all inside out and have me totally reconsider. It hasn't happened in a while but with Shadow and Bone? Definitely. The plot of this book just keeps on rolling and what begins as a seemingly ordinary journey soon develops into a fast-paced thrill ride." - read her review.
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Becca from Reading Wishes says: "Huntley Fitzpatrick has written a splendid debut, full of charm, wit and originality. If you’re looking for a beautiful contemporary story with a sweet, charming romance and believable characters, look no further because My Life Next Door has it all!" - read her review.
Tamlyn (Silvermay #2) by James Moloney
Kerrie from Two Girls And A Novel says: "I think one of the things I loved about this series is that it does transport you to that era where women are not seen as equals, and yet Silvermay is such a strong female character. She willingly goes on dangerous quests and is willing to fight and die for the people she loves. I don’t think there is anything better then reading about strong women like Silvermay." - read her review.
What June releases would you be willing to run naked to the bookstore for? Or at least in your pyjama's the morning of release ;)