Top Ten Tuesday #95: Top 10 2017 Releases That Have No Cover But Sound AMAZING!!!

Posted January 24, 2017 by Nori in Book Meme / 9 Comments

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This week’s topic is Top Ten Tuesday #95: FREEBIE WEEK, so I decided to do Top 10 2017 Releases That Have No Cover But Sound AMAZING!!!


Before She Ignites (Fallen Isles Trilogy #1) by Jodi Meadows


New fantasy trilogy about a girl stripped from her political family and imprisoned, her fellow inmates who know more than they say, and a dangerous secret about illegal dragon trafficking that might be her only hope of escape!


Nice Try, Jane Sinner by Lianne Oelke


Recently expelled from high school, Jane Sinner grudgingly enrolls in community college, a situation made slightly more bearable when she joins a student-run reality show. House of Orange is her chance to start over—and maybe even win a car (used, but whatever)—and no one there knows what she did in high school. What more could she want?

Okay, maybe a family that gets why she’d rather turn to Freud than to Jesus. But she’ll settle for using HOO’s growing fanbase, and whatever Intro to Psych can teach her, to prove to the world—or at least viewers of substandard TV—that she has what it takes to win.


Mask of Shadows (Untitled #1) by Linsey Miller


A gender fluid pickpocket auditions to become a replacement member of the Left Hand – the queen’s quartet of assassins – but must survive the competition while also putting their true reason for auditioning into motion.


The Traitor’s Kiss by Erin Beaty


An obstinate girl who will not be married.
A soldier desperate to prove himself.
A kingdom on the brink of war.With a sharp tongue and an unruly temper, Sage Fowler is not what they’d call a lady―which is perfectly fine with her. Deemed unfit for marriage, Sage is apprenticed to a matchmaker and tasked with wrangling other young ladies to be married off for political alliances. She spies on the girls―and on the soldiers escorting them.As the girls’ military escort senses a political uprising, Sage is recruited by a handsome soldier to infiltrate the enemy ranks. The more she discovers as a spy, the less certain she becomes about whom to trust―and Sage becomes caught in a dangerous balancing act that will determine the fate of her kingdom.


Fire and Heist by Sarah Beth Durst


A YA novel about a girl with a big secret. She comes from a family of were-dragons who must steal their first treasure hoard to gain power and acceptance, but while attempting her first heist, she uncovers a dark truth about were-dragon society that is more valuable – and dangerous – than any gold or jewels.


Mirage (Mirage #1) by Somaiya Daud


A YA fantasy/SF trilogy inspired by the author’s Moroccan background, in which a poor girl from an isolated moon must become the body double to the cruel imperial princess, and learns that life in the royal palace is far more dangerous and complicated than she imagined. Publication of the first book is planned for fall 2017.


The Gatlon School for Vigilantes (The Gatlon Trilogy #1) by Marissa Meyer


There are two rival schools in Gatlon City: the respected and exclusive Morris Academy that has turned many an evolved youth into celebrity superheroes, and the Gatlon School for the Gifted, which has a slightly less impressive reputation. Students of Gatlon tend to be relegated to minions, placeholders, or—at best—sidekicks. Clara has no interest in being a hero, but she does need answers. Her invisible, mischievous pet Thunderbird, Tondra, is dying, and she refuses to let him go without a fight. Unfortunately, there seems to be a lot more happening in Gatlon than just a sickly mythical bird. Crime is on the rise, the police have gone complacent, and a new team of vigilantes are causing more problems than they’re fixing. When Clara and her peers find themselves swept up in the chaos and no longer able to tell the good guys from the bad, no one is sure which side of hero vs. villain they’ll fall on.


Meant to Be by Julie Halpern


Looking for love becomes obsolete in a world where the name of your soul mate appears on your chest the day you turn 18. But Agatha Abrams doesn’t want fate: she wants free will and struggles to find love her own way.


All Rights Reserved (Word$ #1)
by Gregory Scott Katsoulis


In a world where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented or trademarked, one girl elects to remain silent rather than pay to speak, and her defiant and unexpected silence threatens to unravel the very fabric of society.

Speth Jime is anxious to deliver her Last Day speech and celebrate her transition into adulthood. The moment she turns fifteen, Speth must pay for every word she speaks (“Sorry” is a flat ten dollars and a legal admission of guilt), for every nod ($0.99/sec), for every scream ($0.99/sec) and even every gesture of affection. She’s been raised to know the consequences of falling into debt, and can’t begin to imagine the pain of having her eyes shocked for speaking words that she’s unable to afford.

But when Speth’s friend Beecher commits suicide rather than work off his family’s crippling debt, she can’t express her shock and dismay without breaking her Last Day contract and sending her family into Collection. Backed into a corner, Speth finds a loophole: rather than read her speech rather than say anything at all she closes her mouth and vows never to speak again. Speth’s unexpected defiance of tradition sparks a media frenzy, inspiring others to follow in her footsteps, and threatens to destroy her, her family and the entire city around them.


Daughter of Passion and Stone (Untitled Trilogy #1) by Rebecca Ross


When her seventeenth summer solstice arrives, Brienna Colbert desires only two things: to master her passion and be chosen by a patron.

Growing up at the renowned Magnalia House in the kingdom of Valenia should have prepared her well. While some are born with intrinsic talent for one of the five passions of life, Brienna knows she is lacking. After spending four years failing to master art, music, dramatics, and wit, she settles for knowledge, the last of the passions, instructed by the rigid (yet handsome) Master Cartier. But summer’s first night awakens Brienna’s greatest fear: the solstice does not go according to plan.

When a disgraced lord offers her patronage, Brienna accepts, knowing he needs her ancestral memories to aid his secret plans for retribution. Yet Brienna soon learns that she is assisting three exiled lords in a dangerous attempt to not only dethrone the king of Maevana, but to restore the rightful queen upon the northern throne.

But the plans become tangled when Brienna discovers an unexpected connection to the House she is sent to destroy, and she must ultimately decide whose side she will remain loyal to—passion or blood.

What was your theme for this week? Have you heard of any of the books I mentioned today? Let me know in the comments below!!!

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9 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday #95: Top 10 2017 Releases That Have No Cover But Sound AMAZING!!!

  1. Before She Ignites has definitely caught my interest. Illegal dragon trafficking? What’s that all about?!

    My theme this week was all about audiobooks I’d been listening to recently and ones I wanted to listen to.

  2. Olivia Galt

    These all sound so good! The first one, Before She Ignites, especially caught my attention. Jail? And illegal dragon trafficking? That’s something you don’t see everyday. I’m also super excited for Marissa Meyer’s new series.
    This week I did Top Ten series that I want to finish in 2017.
    Olivia @ Fluttering Pages

  3. These all sound so good and are, somewhat surprisingly, all new to me! Guess I need to add some more books to my TBR, haha. Another one that I’d add is Tristina Wright’s debut, 27 Hours. For my TTT this week I focused on diverse books releasing this year that I’m excited for. I very easily could’ve made it twice as long, haha.

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