Happy new year, dear readers! With the new year comes a brand new to-be-read pile. There are many adventures coming out this year—from exploring the story behind a painting to stories that unravel in parallel universes, from the world of machines to Korean cuisine. The first few months of this year are packed with highly anticipated books, so take a look at some of the titles we can’t wait to dive into.


1-luckyLucky Boy
by Shanti Sekaran

Release date: January 10, 2017

A realistic tale of love and adventure, of the challenging journey of the undocumented seeking a new life in new lands, of two mothers who love the same boy. Expect heartstrings to be tugged.

Shanti Sekaran teaches Creative Writing at California College of Arts and is a member of Portuguese Artists Colony and the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto.

 

1-historyHistory Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

Release date: January 17, 2017

A heart-wrenching journey of loss and letting go as Griffin, after learning of his ex-boyfriend’s death, spirals down in his grief and mental illness.

Born and raised in the Bronx, Adam Silvera is the author of the acclaimed and bestselling novel More Happy Than Not. He writes full-time in New York City and is tall for no reason.

 

1-43214 3 2 1 by Paul Auster

Release date: January 31, 2017

Touted to be Auster’s greatest and most satisfying novel, 4321 follows four life trajectories of Archibald Isaac Ferguson, born in post-WWII America. In each trajectory, Ferguson meets Amy Schneiderman and forms a unique relationship with her.

Paul Auster is the best-selling author of Winter Journal, Sunset Park, The Book of Illusions, and The New York Trilogy. This is his first work of fiction in 7 years.

 

1-empressEmpress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

Release date: February 7, 2017

Space adventures featuring exile, political turmoil, revenge, and dangerous technology. Belleza’s debut novel weaves in elements of Asian culture not usually the subject of most science fiction and fantasy. Empress of a Thousand Skies is the first of two books.

Rhoda Belleza is a Filipino-American writer and children’s book editor living in New York City.

 

1-lincolnLincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

Release date: February 14, 2017

A moving story about Abraham Lincoln and his son Willie, rooted in history but branches into the supernatural. Following Willie’s death, Abraham Lincoln visits the crypt several times to hold his son; while on the other side, we journey with Willie into a strange purgatory known as the bardo.

George Saunders has written eight books, including the National Book Award finalist Tenth of December. Lincoln in the Bardo is his first novel.

 

1-pieceA Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

Release date: February 21, 2017

Christina Baker Kline paints the story of the girl in Andrew Wyeth’s famous piece, Christina’s World. Giving new life to this iconic painting, Kline portrays in her novel the tender but powerful relationship of fact and fiction, artist and muse, woman and family.

Christina Baker Kline is the author of Orphan Train, which spent more than two years in the NYT bestseller list. A young readers’ adaptation of Orphan Train will be released this year.

 

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Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez

Release date: February 21, 2017

Dark and intense short stories that will give readers a different view of contemporary Argentina. With stories of heartbreak, magic, and fire, this collection is a surreal and immersive experience.

Mariana Enriquez is a writer and editor based in Buenos Aires, where she contributes to a number of newspapers and literary journals, both fiction and nonfiction.

 

1-machineTo Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell

Release date: February 28, 2017

An exploration of the world of visionaries and eccentrics, biohackers and billionaires, all investigating what it means to be a machine in order to figure out what it means to be human.

Mark O’Connell is a books columnist for Slate, and staff writer at The Millions. He lives in Dublin.

 

1-eatingEating Korea by Graham Holliday

Release date: March 14, 2017

A culinary tour of Korea as journalist and traveler Graham Holliday tries to find the balance between traditional Korean cuisine and the reinventions of these classics that are taking over the world one dish at a time.

Graham Holliday grew up in Rugby, England, but has since lived in different parts of the world, like South Korea and Viet Nam. He is currently based in Dakar, Senegal, where he is writing a novel.


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292 Comments

  1. I’d be happy to read Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza. I’ve been so enchanted by how the book is presented with its mysterious cover. I’ve considered myself a space enthusiast, so I’m really excited on how this book can lead me into an adventure, I am dreaming for. And the author is a Filipino who gives Asians, a chance to have the spotlight in literature, so I’m really intrigued how the author presented our culture. You don’t know how excited I am to have my prints on this book.

  2. I’m so excited for “To Be a Machine” by Mark O’Connell because talks about transhumanism. What is it to be a machine? Can we do something more and something better than we are by the use of technology? How can we save mankind? Reading the review of this book makes me wonder what it means to be a machine and what it means to be a human? I’m excited to read how science and technology meets humanity.

  3. Renz Benson Galiza

    Please ket me win 2017!

  4. I would love to read TO BE A MACHINE and A PIECE OF THE WORLD. Since I am new to my current job which is way more challenging than my previous one. I would like to know more about how machine in general works and how to have/enjoy this piece of the world I’m in right now.

  5. I’m excited to read History Is All You Left Me, and 4321! ❤️

  6. I’m excited for History is All You Left Me by adam silvera. A lot of people are talking about it and are anticipating it so I guess it’s good. I’ve just read the synopsis and found the plot quite promising, so I think it would be such a good read!

  7. I love to read new books like these for 2017. It quench my thirsty brain for new stories and I’ll be glad if I will be given a chance to win these super duper valuable books.

  8. Mico Aldmar Mendoza

    I’d love to read History Is All You Left Me… I think that the world needs more books like this. Books that wouldn’t just touch our hearts, but also open our eyes to the reality of life.
    The reality that even if we live in a world of diversity, we are all the same people trying to fulfil our own purposes in this world.

  9. I would love to read all of these books but if I had to choose which one to get it would have to be “History is all you left me” by Adam Silvera. Ever since I heard about this book and read the synopsis I was immediately on board. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Adam’s books and how he does justice to the topic of mental illness and the way he writes which is why I want to read this book so bad.

  10. 4 3 2 1 would be a great read. I’ve just started to rekindle my love for history, especially the WWII era. Plus, it would help me to grasp an understanding of what was life like in the past — away from the modern technology that our world revolves in nowadays.

  11. History Is All You left me got me all excited!
    I always start my year with a great read, and there’s nothing better than reading a book that just hits you right there in the heart. Adam Silvera’s new novel about love, loss, and heartache is one of those books I’m interested to dive into. Hopefully I can get my hands on a copy!

  12. judy grace cabaneros

    4 3 2 1 will be interesting to read. War and and unexplain connectivity of two individual will be great way to escape reality. But I will not say NO to other novels if it will be given generously by Fullybooked 😉

  13. Christine Joy Jadormio

    I am excited to read all of these books.. Simply because each of these books have different stories to tell to its’ readers.. It will let me explore into the new worlds created by the writers and I will be more than happy to be chosen as one of the winners of this giveaway.. Thank you for this opportunity and I will always love you Fullybooked..

  14. I’m excited for Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza.

  15. Nikka Maurice Benigno

    I’m very excited to read History Is All You Left Me. The plot seems very interesting and the ratings are mostly 5 stars which means it must be a great book. Plus, I love to read diverse books so I’m hoping to win this ARC.

  16. Lucky Boy will surely be a fire in the hearts of every readers who will snuggle at this book.

  17. Daniela Marie Ulanday

    This 2017, I’d love to explore more books outside my favorite circle of authors and winning this giveaway would be a great start. I always treat reading as my escape, my getaway from reality, and my own form of travelling. Right now, I am most excited to read Things We Lost in The Fire. ^^

  18. Jan Louise Baronia

    The Empress of a Thousand Skies looks very interesting and new, I really love the cover and I know that it will be a very good book. Asian culture plus outer space? I have to find out how will that combination work. Plus, it will be my first time reading a novel with an outer space setting.

  19. Out of the many books listed, “4321” by Paul Auster seemed the most interesting read for me. World history and fiction novels are two things that have a special place in my heart, so having a novel that includes both is like a dream come true to me! So excited for this novel!

  20. Christine Nicole M. Aloba

    This is my first time to join in a giveaway. I have read the descriptions of each book. I am afascinated and excited at the same time. If I would win in this giveaway, I would like to have the book entitled “Things We Lost in the Fire” by Mariana Enriquez. The description itself caught my eagerness to read more books. And I can say that I can relate to this book so much! And I’m sure that it’ll fit my thoughts because I’ve been through many heartaches, BIG TIME! As much as I want to buy books like these…… I can’t ‘coz I don’t have enough money for these. I really love books. as I see the way the letters attached into it, i just want to be deeply inlove with them; on how beautiful and magnificent they are when they’re like that. i really want that Things We Lost in the Fire so bad! Lastly, if I’m going to win this time, I’m going to buy more books from fullybooked. I swear. So please, let me win. I love you, books.

  21. I’d love a copy of History Is All You Left Me 🙂

  22. Crissa P. Zamoranos

    I hope to win Things We Lost In The Fire by Mariana Enriquez as I intend to broaden my knowledge about other cultures through stories this 2017.

  23. Definitely want to dry my fingers flipping the pages of Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders. It sounds so dark and intense – the type of book i’m definitely ecstatic about because I find stories about death and afterlife so interesting. I’ve read so many books dealing with heaven but very little about the pugatory thus making this book is the perfect thing to read.

  24. I am excited to read Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me. I loved his other book and by reading the summary, i know this book will also give me the feels!!

  25. Madonna Zamoranos

    I’m excited to read Adam Silvera’s book because 1) YA is my literary mothership and 2) because I haven’t read any of Silvera’s work and new year means getting to know new authors 3) though the subject is very subdued, loss is something that is very universal 🙂

  26. I would love to read The History Is All You Left Me. I heard great reviews about this book. I can’t wait to read it! Thank you for this awesome giveaway!

  27. Definitely, Adam Silvera’s second novel, History Is All You Left Me.

  28. I WOULD LOVE TO READ THE ‘HISTORY IS ALL YOU LEFT ME’ because several award-winning authors like Becky Albertalli and Jenny Han are talking about that book on Twitter and I wanna know what it feels like to lose a loved one. Empathy is the key to every book.

  29. Im excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies, Its interesting.

  30. I would love to read Empress of a Thousand Skies, Im kinda exciting its very interesting to read.

  31. Things We Lost in the Fire please! Seems like a fascinating read. 🙂

  32. I’m really excited to read all this book!! Especially, History is all you left me!! yaaaaay I cannot wait!!!

  33. I’m looking forward to reading History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. I enjoy reading about mental illness and “angst-ish” books. I, also, wanna read 4321 by Paul Auster because I get the vibe that it’s a historical fiction, which is one of my favorite genre.

  34. I’m super excited about Things We Lost in the Fire. Love magic realism and how Latin American writers share a lot of common themes with Filipino writers.

  35. I’m excited for EMPRESS OF A THOUSAND SKIES and TO BE A MACHINE. I want either of them to be my first ARC. Pleeaaasseee.

  36. Ma. Aurora Merjudio

    Would love to have them all but I am most interested in the book “A Piece of the World” by Christina Baker Kline. Just let me have it please!

  37. I sooo excited for Empress of a Thousand Skies. I love the cover. I love books about space. And I’m Asian. So… it’s very interesting.

  38. I am so excited for History Is All You Left Me! I’ve been hearing about it since last year from my favorite booktubers and they seem to be liking it. I wanna know if it is, firsthand. 🙂

  39. Im inlove with all these books. Im okay what book I can get if I will be one of the winners. Books can let open my imagination to go in other dimensions no matter what genre it is. Books are so precious to me thats why I cant deside what should I pick ❤️

  40. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza! I love sci-fi and yes, not a lot of Asian influences can be found in this genre. The author being a Filipino-American is a bonus, and makes me want this book more. 🙂

  41. I’m so really excited to hit the shelf for History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. I’m a fan of reading LGBTQ YA novel and in my opinion they are brilliant which could inspire the LGBT community. So, when Adam announced his new novel I’m really looking forward to read it because it is another novel that could encourage me to be myself no matter what possibility in my life and a moral values which is essential to us. 🙂

  42. Jennifer Calajate

    I would definitely want to add “Lucky Boy” and “History Is All You Left Me” to my tbr because both books have really great and intriguing plots. And they have lgbtq+ characters so that really caught my eye.

  43. History is all You Left Me and Empress of a Thousand Skies has been in my TBR for quite some time now. It would be so awesome to get these books.

  44. Degie Allison Alauig

    I definitely want to have a copy of the books “Lucky Boy” and “Things We Lost in Fire” because…

    Lucky Boy – The plot is so intriguing and unique and also realistic (I love realistic-plotted books) and I know that this book will never let me down.

    Things We Lost in the Fire – I want to have this book because I mostly have novels and the only short story collection book that I have is “Hidden Light of Objects” by Mai Al-Nakib so I know that this book will be a good addition to my shelf and I hope I can learn about Argentina more from this book 🙂

    Lucky Boy and Things We Lost in the Fire pleaseeee *crossfingers*

  45. That Lincoln in the Bardo please, I really hope that I’ve put enough luck into this giveaway

  46. Looking forward to History is all you left me because I’m interested in reading mental illnesses.

  47. I want to read History is All You Left Me, for a cathartic and teary reading sesh.

  48. I would like to read Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez. I don’t really have short story collections except for BJ Novak’s One More Thing (because The Office). I would like to get out of my usual reading habit (novels), and start with reading something new and about Argentina. The last time I read about something in Latin America was Che Guevarra’s Motorcycle Diaries, and that was years ago. New year, new book. 🙂

  49. I can’t wait to read History Is All You Left Me. I think it would be added to my reading list and my favorite book of 2017. And I also think the story is so good, and would suggest it to my friends when the book comes out.

  50. I am really excited for ‘Empress of a Thousand Skies’ by Rhoda Belleza. Not only that I’m a big fan of Sci-Fi books, but knowing that the author is half Filipino makes me more intrigued about this debut. Looking forward to this! <3

  51. Can’t wait to read Eating Korea! I am a big fan of Graham Holliday. Plus I want to learn more about Korean cuisine besides the usual kimchi and bibimbap. Oh and his earlier work, Eating Vietnam was an educational experience.

  52. I’d pick Eating Korea by Graham Holliday as I would like to have a chance to experience another cuisine that is equally enticing as the Filipino food. I like a walk through from the book how food in this part of the world emerges to be one of the sought after food in Asia

  53. Miles Jasmine M. Basilio

    I’m so pumped to read the book “To be a Machine” because I want to know and see a robot’s point of view on wainting to be a human, because us humans are also curious what it is to be a robot and have feelings.

  54. I’ve been looking forward to read History is All You Left Me ever since I read its synopsis and seeing the positive reviews gets me even more anticipated to read this book!

  55. I want to read “History Is All You Left Me”. As someone who undergoes emotional stress, I think this book will embrace my brokenness like a friend who’s willing to pick you up in pieces. I feel like this book would be my saving grace when it comes down to crunch.

  56. I’m excited for 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster!! Ever since I read the blurb of The New York Trilogy, I’ve been wanting to dive into his books.

  57. I want the “History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera” It is high time that we use same sex relationship in stories. Let people slowly begin to get accustomed to it so one day it could be considered as a part of everyone’s normal and regular life. So we could all be equal.

  58. Things we lost in the fire sounds very interesting to me. I love dark macabre tales and that book seems like my cup of tea

  59. I would love to read “A Piece of the World” by Christina Baker Kline. It’s a first for me to read a book like this I might as well try reading this type of books and it reminds me of The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt that I read a year ago.

  60. Blanche Khaylil de la Cuesta

    I would love to read History is all you left me I think it would be a great read this 2017. Thank you, Fullybooked!

  61. Looking forward the most to “History is all you left me” by Adam Silvera, though it’s angsty but the summary made me want to read it more

  62. I could read all of those books if you’d let me 😉
    Lucky Boy or a piece of the world.

  63. Nine books for a million feels! I’m absolutely looking forward to this.

  64. Looking forward to History Is All You Left Me. My heart always goes out to these YA themes.

  65. Marie Bernadette G. Quilala

    I’m excited about History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera, Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez & 4321 by Paul Auster! They all sound & look like great reads just by their title!

  66. Oh, boy. Lucky Boy. I want it so badly! Been eyeing this book ever since I saw it in one of the most anticipated books of 2017 in numerous book blogs and sites. This is my kind of fiction drama. ❤️

  67. Geujaina Candelaria

    History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera really looks like a promising read. The short summary that’s provided is enough to draw me in, especially since the genre is one of my favorites – mental health/illness. It tackles how the protagonist goes through his grief and mental illness which are topics that I am studying now in class. I hope that I get to read this soon.

  68. History is all you left me would be my favorite out of the list.
    Adam Silvera’s “More Happy Than Not” left me shaken up and emotional in so many ways that I can still remember everything about the book. It’s also helped me in so many ways as a non straight guy living in a not so accepting environment.
    I’m hoping History is all you left me would have the same affect and I know it will be an inspiring book with one hell of an impression.

  69. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza looks and sounds intriguing! Would love to get a hold of this this year. 🙂

  70. I would love to read “Things We Lost in the Fire” by Mariana Enriquez. The title itself caught my attention and when I read that it shows the different contemporary view of Argentina I got more interested and expecting to get the dark side of Argentina to open my eyes to what is really going in on their country.

  71. 4321 by Paul Auster AAAAAA MAH HART MAH SOUL

  72. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera – looking for a story that fully embraces the messiness of love and loss in a heart-wrenching and realistic way 🙂

  73. Looking forward to these great books this year! Hope I get my hands on one of these.

  74. I’ve been looking forward to History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera because aside from being a big young adult contemporary enthusiast, this book dealing with LGBT themes and mental illness resonates a lot to me, and reading a book, seeing yourself in the story and characters, feeling represented especially when you never felt as such watching movies and reading books growing up, is so so important. It’s sure to be a heart-wrenching (in a good way) read!

  75. I haven’t read something similar to the Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza, so i’m excited to read it soon.

  76. i would love love love to read Adam Silvera’s History is all you left me. i so loved his first book, More than happy than not. i like his writing style and i’m so excited to read his new book!

  77. Empress of A Thousand Skies kinda feels interesting! Space, sci-fi has always been a fascinating genre. It’s quite exciting that the author is part Filipino, what a win!

  78. I’m looking forward to read 4321 by Paul Auster. Aside from being a big fan of anything related to time travel/alternate universes, reading something unrelated to my career as a medical intern is also a great way to destress and meet one of my 2017 goals (which is to read at least 30 non-medical reference books by the end of the year)

  79. Empress of a Thousand Skies looks promising. I’ve always had an eye for women writers. They’re my inspiration. I would looove to write my own book someday.

  80. I had been on a 10 year reading hiatus up until last year. I started again with Kurt Vonnegut and have been hungry like the worm since. Fully booked is my newest jam, and with a 50 book resolution this year, I’m gonna need all the jam I can get. Most interested in Empress of a Thousand Skies. Been on a SF binge of late (just finished the penguin galaxy edition of NEUROMANCER,) so please feel free to enable this addiction FB.

    Truly yours, MRS

  81. I want to read A piece of the world by Christina Baker Kline. I read the summary and I know its good. I hope i win! I want to feature it in our bookreview blog

  82. History is All You Left Me and Lucky Boy!

  83. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza sounds promising! 🙂

  84. History Is All You Left Me & Lucky Boy!

  85. History Is All You Left Me and Lucky Boy are to watch out for! May the odds be ever in my favor to have those copies from Fully Booked! Yay!

  86. I’m most excited to read “A Piece of the World” by Christina Baker Kline. I, too, was so drawn to Andrew Wyeth’s Christina’s World when I saw it in MOMA in 2015. I was so moved by the painting for some reason. It stirred up quite a mix of emotions and got me so intrigued and involved. I want to know what the author thought and if the world(s) we each imagined would perhaps run along the sane lines. Also, I read a disppointingly low total of 2 – two! – books in 2016. As the dust of the holidays settles and my 2017 is beginning to take shape, I’d love to kick-off with that novel, which I feel will get me out of my reading rut and back to my usual consumption rate Crossing my fingers!

  87. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza is a revolutionary sci fi book. Looking forward for its release! Mabuhay!

  88. Excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies!

  89. History is all you left me and Lucky Boy! I’ve seen the reviews and kyaaa i wanna get a copy right now

  90. Hmm quite curious about Auster’s 4 3 2 1. But as one who buys book editions based on their covers – which I shall now coin “library vanity” hahaha – Christine Kline’s world would make a pretty fine addition. There’s just something fascinating about that little house on the hill.

  91. I have been very excited with Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me.

  92. Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez

  93. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
    Love his book, More Happy Than Not

  94. Jacqueline Cebrero

    Want to read “Lucky Boy”!

  95. Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

  96. A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

  97. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

  98. Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran

  99. Interesting roundup! Auster’s 4 3 2 1 got me curious — the premise looks a lot like the film Mr Nobody.

  100. I’d be glad to read A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline. It seems very interesting. I’d surely love it.

  101. Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza!!

  102. I am most excited for Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders! It sounds so amazing, magical and right up my alley! Definitely looking forward to it (plus that cover though!) Thanks so much for this giveaway opportunity! You guys are truly the best local bookstore <3

  103. Most excited with THINGS WE LOST IN THE FIRE, LUCKY BOY and 4321!

  104. I’m interested with Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez.

  105. Can’t wait to read 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster! 🙂

  106. I’m excited to read the A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline.. Because it’s historical fiction loosely based off the life of Christina from Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World”, a famous painting. It was interesting to read of her life and what it was like to live on a farm in the time period of 1910-1920. I found myself drawn into a world where your daily life consisted of domestic chores and found myself grateful for things like electricity, plumbing, and washing machines.

  107. Excited for 4321 by Paul Auster. There are excellent reviews about it. I’ve read the overview about it on GoodReads and it’s absolutely thrilling.

  108. I’m excited about “History is all you left me.” As someone who’s undergoing a loss and a heartbreak, this book will be very meaningful to me. I think I can pretty much relate to the story.

  109. Alexandra M. Staley

    Things We Lost In The Fire seems interesting. I enjoy reading books with different short stories. Those with Spanish roots as writers typically create vivid, passionate, intense and magical pieces. I’d like to experience reading literature that comes from South America as I’d like to see how they incorporate culture, and societal issues in contemporary fiction. It would whisk me away to a faraway land.

  110. I’m excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza and Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders! Just by reading the description, the mentioned books already caught my attention.

  111. Eating Korea by Graham Holliday 🙂

  112. I’m so excited about History Is All You Left Me. From the title itself, I’m sure this book is amazing and will change lives.

  113. I’m excited for Empress of a Thousand Skies. I’m curious on how the author will apply the Asian culture in this book and to think that this is a sci-fi book. Woah. I’m looking forward on how the author will work her magic on the book. 🙂

  114. It would be wonderful to read Lucky Boy at the beginning of the year! 🙂 Hoping to be one lucky reader!

  115. I’m a big fan of books that speak about the reality of death and mental illness. In my opinion, most books these days romanticize these topics, which may be cute for some but deters from the main issue. So, History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera is perfect for me.

  116. Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez — I love short stories <3

  117. To get any of these books would be great, because who the heck wouldn’t want free books? (*whispers* it would be really great to get any of the first four tho)

  118. Im really looking forward to being able to read Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran I’ve enjoyed various books that range from motherly love to romantic genres , and I feel that this book will not disappoint

  119. LINCOLN IN THE BARDO

    Excited to win and read this first novel by george saunders.

  120. Stoked to get a hold of Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders, It caught my attention as much as Miss Peregrine trilogy. It has that haunting mystery thriller vibe and it’s something that I actually read about because I also watch Supernatural and I suppose, it’s almost as close because of the setting.

  121. Jovylene Yvette Burgos

    I’m so excited to read about Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza as it has an interesting plot and lately I’m starting to be a fan of science fiction and fantasy… but there’s something about Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me that triggered my curiosity. The title’s very catchy! I can’t wait to read these books!

  122. I’m excited for History Is All You Left Me! I think I will be in for an emotional ride.

  123. i wanna read history is all you left me because gay

  124. So stoked for Eating Korea by Graham Holliday !

  125. Imagine.

    We’re people in a different world, a different realm. It doesn’t feel the same yet you’re sure you haven’t moved an inch. You wonder. What happened to you, what is this phenomenon? You want to know a secret?

    You’re reading.

    I would want to walk into a different world, isn’t that why I started reading in the first place? Walking into a different person’s mind, see what they see, hear what they hear. In the book “Lincoln in the Bardo,” I know it will lead me to a different world. A different realm even. This “bardo” it sounds interesting, a purgatory that isn’t, a world where the dead go, yet it’s not heaven. I want to see where this author will bring young Willie to, what adventures will he discover or is he seeking something instead. This book sounds interesting and unique, sounds like a new world that I’ll only be able to explore in books. So yes. I would want this book. Please? I’m asking as nicely as my black heart could handle.

  126. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera, the story is very timely and fresh.

  127. I am most excited by Empress of a Thousand Skies! <3

  128. Stephanie Macanlalay

    For the advanced copies, I choose History Is All You Left Me, 4321, and Empress of a Thousand Skies. Thanks!

  129. I’m beyond excited to read Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me! I’m a big fan of his writing and stories. No matter how heartbreaking it’d be 🙁

  130. Stephanie Macanlalay

    I would love to have them all Please, pretty please.

  131. Christine Caringal

    Excited to have these books on my shelf and more great reads this year!

  132. I would love to read them all!

  133. Christine Beatrice Caringal

    Super excited for these titles. Definitely gonna kill for Empress of a Thousand Skies. I hear it deserves the hype!

  134. Jaylord Crisologo

    Can’t wait to have these babies, Hope to win this one.!!!!! Thanks for the chance Fully Booked!!!!

  135. I am looking forward to reading the book, Things We Lost In The Fire. I enjoy reading collections of short stories. In my opinion, this book will be the perfect company for a commute.

  136. Empress of a Thousand Skies yayyyyyyyy!!!

  137. I am excited for To be a Machine, because I’ve always loved non-fiction to know what’s going on in Technology and to the world.

  138. 2017 starts off great with this lineup of books coming out soon, but I am personally most excited about Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran, so let me tell you why. Lucky Boy promotes diversity, something that all media of entertainment desperately need. It would be a pleasure to support Shanti Sekaran, a writer who is a person of color. Second, the synopsis greatly piqued my interest because I sense it will explore the themes of motherly love and just how different it is for each mother. I am very excited to read this either through winning this giveaway or buying it myself later on.

    Lastly, I wrote a haiku:

    A new year, new books
    For love, mothers, and journeys
    I choose Lucky Boy

  139. My new TBR 2017 Reads! I’m so excited for this

  140. 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster sounds really interesting! It’ll be a great read for the New Author category of my reading bucket list this year! 🙂

  141. Another year for another masterpiece indeed! I can’t wait for those books to be released.

  142. I like how diverse the books above are. One of my reading goals and resolutions that I posted on my book blog this year is to read diversely. I want to read and review more books by authors that I haven’t read before and that are from different countries and cultures. Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran and Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez have been on my radar of books to buy because I want to feature the two on my blog. The synopsis of each book piques my interest. Hopefully I can get my hands on them soon.

  143. Maria Isabel Nicole Castillo

    Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders please. My sister likes to read books now because of me, so I would like to win this one and give her the books. My little sister is a 10 year old kid so I want her to experience what reading had done to me.

  144. I’m a sucker for surprises, so when I learned about Jhumpa Lahiri in one of my units in graduate school, I eagerly sought out “The Namesake.” I wasn’t disappointed – it was breathtaking. And then I discovered Aravind Adiga’s “Between the Assassinations” and was over the moon when my younger brother (who was probably 11 at that time) got me Adiga’s “White Tiger” for my birthday. When I saw “Lucky Boy” in this post, all those feelings of anticipation, amazement and awe came rushing back into my consciousness. I wanna get this Shanthi Sekaran book – and what a wonderful surprise it would be to get it free! 🙂

  145. I look forward to reading 4 3 2 1 by Paul Aster, History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera, and Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez.

  146. This will be a great addition to my book piles!

  147. Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me excites me most!

  148. Empress of a Thousand Skies! ❤️

  149. Excited for Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me ! 🙂 Also looking forward to read To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell !

  150. The book titled Eating Korea by Graham Holliday is I’m most excited about to read this year. I’m not Korean but I like their traditional cuisine and culture because of it’s colorful and distinctive taste which is a feast to the mouth, eyes, and in every senses. I’m really hoping I could grab a copy of this book or If I’m really fortunate enough I could have it free by winning in this promo. Have a great day everyone, we all deserve to win! Fighting!

  151. I want to start reading books this year that I know would have an impact to every single person who would read it, whether that person is a bookworm or not. This is why I would be really pleased to be able to get the copy of “Things We Lost in the Fire” by Mariana Enriquez.

  152. I would really love to read Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me! His work and writing is something from another world, filled with gut wrenching emotions that leave me thinking and wanting more. This story seems like something that will stick with me for a long time and I know this story will be worth all the tears!!

  153. Having enjoyed Neil Gaiman’s collection of short stories (“Fragile Things” and “Smoke and Mirrors”), I’m sure I will take pleasure in reading “Things We Lost in the Fire” by Mariana Enriquez. The magic of short stories is that it gives you a slice of life of the characters, and in the hands of a brilliant writer, the shorter the story, the greater the impact. I can’t wait to read Enriquez’ work!

  154. Definitely looking forward to To Be A Machine!

  155. Looking forward to reading A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

  156. Mica Mae Esguerra

    Oooohhh! I can’t wait to own and read Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders!!! <3 :")

  157. Wow!

  158. Looking forward to read Empress of a Thousand Skies I really like reading about adventures and I think this is an amazing book to read

  159. Definitely “Eating Korea” by Graham Holliday 🙂

  160. I’m really excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies because it has everything I desire in a book: space adventures, Asian representation (woo!), and political shenanigans. Looking forward to reading this when it’s released!

  161. I’m excited to read To Be A Machine. I have always been fascinated by robots and cyborgs and everything machine-related. Hoping to read this soon.

  162. Empress of a Thousand Skies pleeeaaaasseeee! I’m so excited. I can’t wait.

  163. Any book would do. Really. I’m currently obsessed with sci-fis, dystopians, and fantasy. But now I’m starting to feel that I need to expand my horizon as a reader by reading diffent genres. (Empress of a Thousand Skies and To Be a Machine look astounding, by the way.)

  164. To Be a Machine seems pretty cool! So does Empress of a Thousand Skies! So exciteeeed.

  165. 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster
    Just reading “4 life trajectories” from the description made my heart jump. Suddenly, flashbacks from Chuck Palahniuk’s Rant and Alan Lightman’s Einstein’s Dreams came running through me as if I still held them in my hands. I’ve always loved how we can have several versions of reality going on and yet, all of them are true. I love broken perspectives that turn out as a unified concept and how shifting view points actually tell the same story. I love how despite different versions of truth existing at the same time, some things remain constant. And those things, whether we want to believe it or not, make us who we are.

  166. How exciting!

  167. Whoaaa! Empress of a Thousand Skies looks fascinating. The cover is so awesooome and gorgeous and amazing! Yay! An additional book on my TBR. Hoping to read it soon.

  168. Marielle De Ocampo

    I’m excited for To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell! I hope I can get a copy of this book.. =)

  169. I’m so excited for Empress of a Thousand Skies. I’m so into sci-fi, space-themed stories these days, and I’m interested with how it will go. And the cover is soooo good

  170. All books seem awesome! But Empress of a Thousand Skies and To Be a Machine were the ones that really caught my heed. Very intriguing! So excited to read them soon.

  171. excited to read “History is all you left me by Adam Silvera

  172. Picking “that one title that I’m most excited about” is probably the hardest thing I’d ever have to do. It’s simply impossible! But for the sake of the entry, I’m most curious about (in no particular order) “History That You Left Me”, “4321”, and “To Be A Machine”.
    and “Things That We Lost In The Fire.”
    and “Empress of a Thousands Skies.”
    and “Lucky Boy” too.

    I’m excited about exploring different perspectives, different stories; mind bending revelations and heart shattering tear-jerkers. So if I would be given a chance, I’D LOVE TO READ ALL. OF. THEM.
    Please~ *sparkly eyes*

  173. Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez looks promising!

  174. A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline is one I’m excited for 😀

  175. Belleza’s Empress of a Thousand Skies looks really cool! Sci-fi with Asian story arc – now that sounds new and exciting. It’s about time we get to read more about Asia in a Western universe with likes of Star Trek and Doctor Who. So pumped to get this on my shelf!!

  176. To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell sounds interesting. Would love to read it before the release 🙂

  177. I would like to have the book Lincoln in the Bardo. I love reading anything about history because it teaches and touches us in many ways.

  178. I’m really excited for History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera!! Loved his previous book!

  179. Empress of a Thousand Skies! Soo curious after reading that blurb.

  180. Bianca Angelica Padilla

    I would love to read “History Is All You Left Me” by Adam Silvera. Loss and heartbreak? Sounds like my cup of tea!

  181. I am so excited for Empress of A Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza! It sounds like my kind of sci-fi read. Not only is the cover gorgeous, but the story sounds like I will be in for an amazing reading time.

  182. Sienna Lim Pascual

    Eating Korea by Graham Holliday

  183. I’d love to have Lucky Boy. I’m a breastfeeding mother for a year and a half now and if there’s anything that I get the most, that’s a mother’s love.

  184. Im excited for the Empress of a thousand skiesssss~

  185. I’m curious and would like to read 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster

  186. Can I have a free copy of TO be a machine.
    Ps
    Btw I spend almost 20k a year on fully booked. 🙂

  187. I’m excited for the Empress of Thousand Skies and History Is All You Left me. As an Asian and someone living in the Philippines, I would want to see the asian culture woven in the story. Also, I’m in the mood of reading coping up withp death of loved ones! 🙂

  188. Janine Mariel de Leon

    More Happy Than Not had left me kind-of-broken but tougher. I’m expecting nothing less with Adam Silvera’s new work. Have to prepare my heart and buy tissues. Also excited to explore other genre this year.

  189. Looking forward to read Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza! 🙂

  190. Marie Lyzette Cuenca

    I’m stoked for History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera and Eating Korea by Graham Holliday!

  191. I am definitely most excited to read History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera!!! I’ve been waiting for this book for months, right after he tweeted about it and waited for the cover reveal and AAAAAH ❤ I just want to get my hands on it right away!!!

  192. I would love to get 4321 by Paul Auster

  193. Im excited to all the books presented here. But the two that piqued my interest the most are the books “History is All you Left Me” and “Empress of a Thousand Skies”. I reckon the first one’s theme is slightly sorrowful, but this what makes it more interesting to read. One would certainly want to know how the main character recovers from grievance and learns to move on. The second book on the other hand, is also interesting in a special way since the author is half Filipino.

  194. Aya Ross P. Bogahod

    I’m most excited for the release of Empress of a Thousand Skies! These are all beautiful books! I hope I can read these all when these release!

  195. I can’t wait for Lucky Boy and A piece of the World!

  196. Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran, I want an emotional book to help me get through emotional times.

  197. Things We Lost in the Fire… Because

  198. After seeing this list of books you’ve posted, the first thing that I noticed is thee book of Christina Baker Kine, A Piece of the World. How can I resist a book that involves art? Having an artist as a character? The short description of that book made me want to read it right now. I am curious of how she combined all the elements and made it into a book.

  199. I would love to read the Empress of a Thousand Skies. I love the book cover and the plot which takes place in space. I never have read a book that takes in space and I’m so excited for this one. And what makes it more fantastic is that it has Asian culture touch in it and I bet it’ s gonna be awesome!

  200. I’m excited about the book Eating Korea by Graham Holliday. There is something about korean food that really amazes me and being a foodie and working in the food industry makes the little kid inside of me get all jumpy knowing i can a taste of korea and learn more about their cuisine and culture.

  201. I like History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera because I love everything pertaining to history. I am a history nerd and I believe that we all have to give importance to our history as it hones and cultivates us into who we are today.

  202. looking forward to reading History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera! It has two of my favorite topics to read about– LGBT characters and mental illnesses.

  203. Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez got my interest since it’s set in contemporary Argentina, a different setting that I would like to experience through a book. The idea of having a compilation of stories definitely gives off and describes the very culture of this country – I imagine that this book would be like a written documentary about the everyday life in this foreign country.

  204. History Is All You Left Me <3 HUHUHUHUHU Silvera <3 <3 <3 The Empress of a Thousand Skies seems to be very interesting. Might as well put it on my to-read list 🙂

  205. I’m so excited in Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me, actually this book is mark on my Goodreads account in To-read list even though it is not coming out. I feel a high expection in this novel because his first published, More Happy Than Not is really appreciated and amazing.

  206. All books are awesome but what caught my attention most was THE LUCKY BOY <3 The cover is gorgeous and from what I read in the synopsis, the story is absolutely great 🙂 Two mothers loving the same boy? It's really interesting. I can already see my tears coming. Ugh, I'm such a softie when it comes to mothers, I just can't wait to read the book. I hope I can get a copy soon. 🙂

  207. I would love to read Things We Lost in the Fire. I have already started exploring Latin American Literature last year and I think this book by Mariana Enriquez will make a great read this 2017!

  208. I haven’t been reading fiction for a while now, so it would be exciting to sink my teeth into any of these novels. That said, I’d love to read Eating Korea by Graham Holliday because I’ve got a trip to South Korea scheduled this year. Reading an advanced copy of that would be an awesome way to prepare for the trip!

  209. Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez!! This post definitely made me look forward to that 😀

  210. Would love to win and a pleasure to read those books.

  211. Paul Aster’s 4 3 2 1

  212. To be honest, I’m excited for all of these books to be released! They look all so promising ♥ I’m eyeing the Lincoln in the Bardo by Sanders, 4 3 2 1 by Aster and Things We Lost in The Fire by M. Enriquez ♥ I’m positive this will cure my slump.

  213. Empress of a thousand skies

  214. Denise Ysabel V. Baysan

    I’m most excited about Paul Auster’s 4321. I think it would be a fantastic read since it seems so original and creative with the 4 different paths in life and all. It would be fun to keep track of the connections and timelines.

  215. Looking forward and excited to read Lincoln in the Bardo

  216. I want to read the Things we lost in the fire.

  217. I’m looking forward for almost all of these books. But I’m most looking forward for Things We Lost in the Fire. The cover really caught my attention. Moreover, I love short stories and knowing that it has different themes makes it more exciting.

  218. Books

  219. Kristen Jan Tomial

    Things We Lost in the Fire by Mariana Enriquez seems interesting!

  220. I am so excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies and History is All You Left Me! Been waiting for these books since 2016 when it was first announced! Both are very diverse in characters and culture as well.

  221. Empress of a Thousand Skies. I love space adventures.

  222. Candyd Coleen Sarion

    I had been pinning for Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza I’m so excited to get my hands on it. Asian culture in fantasy scifi book? A total must read!!! Not sure I’d ever read something alike. I’d love to have it

  223. John Paul Solatorio

    Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

  224. Francine Elise Campo

    History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera is one of my most anticipated releases this 2017 and it would be great to win an ARC of this book <3

  225. Can’t wait to read all these!! But I’ll probably start with the Things We Lost In The Fire.

  226. A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

  227. For someone who considers Abe Lincoln as one of the greatest US presidents who ever lived, “Lincoln in the Barbo” would be a really good read! I’m expecting to get the same intense feeling that I had whilst reading Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but this time, no blood sucking soldiers, no axe swinging/axe throwing Abe, and more of a good father who’s longing for his dear Willie.

    • For someone who considers Abe Lincoln as one of the greatest US presidents who ever lived, “Lincoln in the Bardo” would be a really good read! I’m expecting to get the same intense feeling that I had whilst reading Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, but this time, no blood sucking soldiers, no axe swinging/axe throwing Abe, and more of a good father who’s longing for his dear Willie.

  228. Adam Silvera’s History Is All You Left Me.

  229. John Raphael Kiunisala

    Things We Lost in the fire hand down!

  230. Ahh i love short stories and the cover of Things We Lost in The Fire is gorgeous!

  231. 4321 by Paul Auster!

  232. Empress of a thousand skies. <3

  233. I am a classics person but I am curious to read Mark O’Connell’s To Be a Machine.

  234. Out of all the books, I’m interested to read A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline. It makes me curious when authors can spun out a novel out of another work of art.

  235. Things We Lost in the Fire and Lucky Boy!

  236. I’m most excited for Eating Korea.

  237. I’m really anticipating for ”History Is All You Left Me” by Adam Silvera since i really want to read a book that has that concept which really interests me and plot looks promising 🙂

  238. 4321! (Because of Auster, because of his Day/Night)

    and

    To be a Machine! (Utopians, and the premise of needing to learn to be a machine to relearn how to be human)

  239. I’m most excited about Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza

  240. In all honesty, all of these books are amazing!!! If I can gt my hands on one, I would definitely freak out! Though, I am kind of torn between Empress of a Thousand Skies and Lincoln in the Bardo. Both have different approach in writing and getting my hands on either of these books will be beyond everything else. Thank you fkr this giveaway, FullyBooked!

  241. Lincoln in the Bardo for me please!

  242. I’m so excited to read Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me. I’ve been hearing a lot of good reviews about it. I believe that this book will be as heart-wrenching as his first novel (More Happy Than Not).

  243. I’ve been eyeing Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza. Since I want to read sci-fi/ space related novels this 2017, This title might be a good start. Plus it is not just your ordinary sci-fi genre but it also tackles Asian culture. And the author is also a Filipino, so I am really giddy to read this one. Can’t wait to have a copy of this book in my hands!

  244. Lucky Boy by Shanti Sekaran because I’ve been seeing this book on my radar recently, I am intrigued

    History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera because I’ve read More Happy Than Not and it left me with all the feels. My heart is ready for this.

  245. Hasmaye Marie M. Pinto

    January 1 and 2 are the worst days of my life. I started the new year broken and devastated. Those two days, wanted to die. I almost did. It’s quite unclear how I stopped myself. My sister helped talk me out of it and strangely enough, as I’m walking to reach that bridge, I keep thinking about how History Is All You Left Me is only a few days away. How I really wanted to read more books from Adam Silvera. Books always make me see the future. Books and stories and words from authors always give me reasons to live. You see, Adam, kind of save me that’s why I am most excited to read History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. 🙂

  246. 1. Lucky Boy – love and adventure? I’m in! Been drawn to similar stories recently, and the premise + the book cover called out to me.

    and (sorry, it’s a tie between the two. I couldn’t pick just one!)

    2) 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster – been excited since I first heard about this book!

  247. Oh, wow! Awesome list! Can’t wait to grab them most especially:
    1.) History Is All You Left Me (Adam Silvera) – I love mental illness-themed books especially those that focus on depression because they show the beauty in pain and the strength in weakness of a person.
    2.) To Be A Machine (Mark O’Connell) – a book on being human is always enlightening. I’ve read another one recently called The Humans by Matt Haig and I was in awe after reading it. I wonder what To Be Machine has in store for me.

  248. Absolutely excited for History is All You Left Me as it’s a YA novel (I really love YA) with a gay character. Books like this always pique my interest because it’s quite a mystery how such characters are portrayed or described in the story; in other words, how much the author really knows about homosexuality. And also, of course, another reason is the author, Adam Silver, since his previous book got me amazed.

  249. I really want to have 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster!! Really a fan of novels which tells different versions of someone. And want to read something written by a different author.

    • I am excited to read To be a Machine. I’ve always loved non-fiction about what’s happening in technology and to the world. :D;

  250. Sign me up for History Is All You Left me! Soooo ready for this book!!

  251. Grachelle Carabeo

    I really want to read 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster!

  252. michelle dela cruz

    excited to read “A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline” 🙂

  253. Terrence Del Rosario

    If I’d be lucky enough, I’d like to read “A piece of the world”. I don’t really know anything about the author and the painting which makes it a perfect book for me since I’m trying to expand my reading list. I’ve recently bought books in genres that I’m not accustomed to reading, trying out new stuff and going out of my comfort zone and so far it’s paying off. I get to learn about things that I won’t normally encounter in my everyday life and it’s great. Anyway I hope I get picked.

  254. History Is All You Left Me has been a huge priority on my reading list! So glad it’s coming out soon!

  255. After watching CGP Grey’s Humans Need Not Apply video on YouTube, I’ve developed an interest in robots, and how they’re apt to change our society—either for better or for worse. Still, I believe there can be established a harmony between humans and machines. Looking forward to reading To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell to shed further light on this topic!

  256. Curious about Empress of a Thousand Skies mostly because of the Asian influence!

  257. Fingers crossed for Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders.

  258. So excited to read History is all you left me!!! Wooo!!

  259. I have been SO EXCITED for Silvera’s History is All You Left me!!

  260. Can’t wait to read 4321 by Paul Auster!

  261. I’ve been wanting Adam Silviera’s next book due to what More Happy Than Not’s eccentric but widely acknowledged story. So, it’s History Is All You Left Me. Great author, indeed, for a great read!

  262. I’d love to read A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline! The relationship of artist and muse has always been an intriguing topic for me.

  263. I’m very excited to read Adam Silvera’s History is All You Left Me, it is one of my most anticipated release for this year. I have been a fan of his writing style ever since I read More Happy Than Not. The topic, the plot and the diversity of the book as a whole are the reasons why tou cannot put down the book. And reading the plot of his second book, I’m excited and thrilled to see his take on a new world engulfed with grief of a love ones and coming into terms with moving on.

  264. I’m very excited to read To Be a Machine by Mark O’Connell. I expect to find great insights on how visionaries and others do so much with the same amount of time I have.

  265. History is all you left me.

  266. I’ve been eagerly to have HISTORY IS ALL YOU LEFT ME. by just reading the title, it catches my attention already, I saw it on good reads and I was fell in love with the blurb, how much more what’s inside in the Book.

  267. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera…
    Can’t wait.. 🙂

  268. I’m excited to read History Is All You Left Me! I saw a lot of good reviews about his new book and I’m sure this book will not disappoint. I will read anything Adam Silvera writes! 🙂

    Thanks for the giveaway Fullybooked!

  269. I’m excited to read “Empress of a Thousand Skies” by Rhoda Belleza! I’ve always been a big fan of the science fiction genre and what more is that the novel takes place in outer space. Space opera books are my weakness! And mixing it with Asian culture? I’m definitely in!

  270. Alvin Pelino Mendoza

    I am prepared for the ugly sobs and wet pillow! I’m going to read Adam Silvera’s “History is All You Left Me.” I can still remember More Happy Than Not…

  271. After reading Eating Vietnam I am very excited to read Graham Holliday’s exploits, travels, and culinary experiences in South Korea. When I went to South Korea last August 2016 I got a chance to taste and see a few Korean delicacies, I’m his book will open my world beyond the usual kimchi and bibimbap. I can’t wait!

  272. I’ve always loved books that can meld science fiction and fantasy really well. I have a wild imagination so the vivid descriptions fantasy provides and the uniqueness that I find in science fiction novels make me excited to pick up a book and get lost between its pages. Hands down, I am most excited to read Empress of a Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza.

  273. 4 3 2 1 by Paul Auster

  274. I’m very excited to read History Is All You Left Me because I’ve read Adam Silvera’s first and it was tear-jerker. Can’t wait to read another devastatingly good book from him. Seems like torturing my emotions but it’s worth it.

  275. I’m so excited for Empress of a Thousand Skies! I’ve had my eye on it ever since I saw that beautiful cover, and who can resist a space adventure? I didn’t know it had Asian culture elements woven in the story, but that made me a hundred times more excited to get my hands on a copy of the book!