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5 Debut Novels To Look Out For in 2017

Are you sicking for waiting for the next novel to come out in an evergoing seven book series? Well to cure that time of anticipation, I’ve compiled a list of ten debut novels that you might wanna check out in 2917

The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas


This novel was inspired by the Black Lives Matter Movement and is soon to be converted into a motion picture so you better get on it folks.

One of us in lying by Karen McManus


Five kids walk into detention . Four of them walk out alive. This is a murder mystery surrounding four stereotypical high school kids and boy do I wanna know who killed Simon.

Cold Summer by Gwen Cole


Okay so this one is about time travel and I am already sold. Twenty-first century vs World War II? Um hell yes especially because our protagonist gets listed as a casualty in World War II so how is he still alive now?

The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti


So this one again is a murder mystery except our protagonist immerses herself in the world of the dead Lizzie Lovett which includes taking her boyfriend

#famous by Jilly Gagnon


This seems like a very light and fun read about boy meets girl and instagram and I’d be down to read it.

1 thought on “5 Debut Novels To Look Out For in 2017”

  1. I normally don’t do this, but I am going to push everyone to read The Hate U Give. It is such a powerful and heartbreaking book, that it needs to be read. I’ve got an e-arc of One of Us is Lying, but probably going to wait closer to release date. Cold Summer is one of those books that I can’t wait to read.

    Thanks for the post.

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