This is Not a Test by Courtney Summers - I am really into zombie books. I love all kinds, but this one sets itself apart. I think what drew me to it was the premise that Sloane, the main character, doesn't care that a zombie apocalypse is happening because her life essentially ended months before. I think this is a fresh take on this trope, and I'm loving it so far!
Drain You by M. Beth Blooms - This one is taking me a little while to get into. It's a vampire story, but it doesn't seem typical. I like that it's set in the early 90s (at least that's what I'm guessing), and the main character has a 'tude that I like, but it's not very exciting yet. The story hasn't grabbed me, but I'm giving it some time.
Dust & Decay by Jonathan Maberry - I absolutely loved Rot & Ruin, so I know I'm going to love Dust & Decay! It picks up where the last book breaks off, and I want to know what that airplane means! New zombies are suppose to show up as well, faster, stronger, and smarter ones, so I know I'll be gasping my way through the action!
Pretty Crooked by Elisa Ludwig - Robin Hood mixed with Gossip Girl? Count me in! I want something that's really fun, and this sounds like just the ticket! I love the story of Robin Hood, and to find it in a modern setting with a female at the helm makes me so happy. I also have a serious addiction to Gossip Girl, so I'm all for something similar!
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman - I've heard so many amazing things about this book! I've been in the mood for a real fantasy lately, and I think this will serve nicely. I'm intrigued by the main character's predicament and being torn between two sides. I can't wait to read what happens!
If any of you've read any of these books, let me know what you thought (but NO spoilers) down below in the comments!