Tumbling by Caela Carter: A couple of people have talked about the lack of gymnastics books in YA, and there are a couple coming out this year (probably prompted by the Summer Olympics).
The Rise of Earth by Jason Fry: I’ve liked the first two books in Fry’s Jupiter Pirates series a lot, so I’m hoping this one is the same mix of adventure and interesting family dynamics.
My Lady Jane by Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, Jodi Meadows: I have to admit that I still don’t entirely get this book. It sounds like it’ll be an alternate history? But regardless, I’m kind of a sucker for Tudor-era stories, so I’ll give it a try.
You Know Me Well by David Levithan & Nina LaCour: I’ve really loved LaCour’s previous books so I’m interested to see what she does with a cowritten book.
False Hearts by Laura Lam: I’ve been hearing good things about this title, and the description sounds really intriguing!
How It Ends by Catherine Lo: I’m always interested in stories about friendship, especially friendship between girls. I’m hoping this one doesn’t stray into mean girl territory, but it sounds good.
Stiletto by Daniel O’Malley: I loved–LOVED–O’Malley’s debut, Rook. Stiletto is the sequel and I’m about equal parts nervous and excited. (Why is it so much later than the first one? AND YET I love Myfanwy & the world and everything.)
Icon by Genevieve Valentine: Sequel to last year’s Persona, which I loved. I haven’t read anything by Valentine that I haven’t loved, in fact. I do have some Feelings about the title, but–oh well.