Anticipated Spring 2021 Book Releases!

Here are my anticipated releases for the next three months! This list probably has the least amount of fantasy I’ve ever included on a list! I have been reading pretty much only fantasy so far this year, so these will be some good options to break it up.

Here are my anticipated releases for the next three months! This list probably has the least amount of fantasy I’ve ever included on a list! I have been reading pretty much only fantasy so far this year, so these will be some good options to break it up.


The Infinity Courts (The Infinity Courts #1) by Akemi Dawn Bowman

April 6th, 2021

Eighteen-year-old Nami Miyamoto is certain her life is just beginning. She has a great family, just graduated high school, and is on her way to a party where her entire class is waiting for her—including, most importantly, the boy she’s been in love with for years. The only problem? She’s murdered before she gets there.

When Nami wakes up, she learns she’s in a place called Infinity, where human consciousness goes when physical bodies die. She quickly discovers that Ophelia, a virtual assistant widely used by humans on Earth, has taken over the afterlife and is now posing as a queen, forcing humans into servitude the way she’d been forced to serve in the real world. Even worse, Ophelia is inching closer and closer to accomplishing her grand plans of eradicating human existence once and for all.

As Nami works with a team of rebels to bring down Ophelia and save the humans under her imprisonment, she is forced to reckon with her past, her future, and what it is that truly makes us human.

I adore Akemi’s books in general, but I am SO excited to see her first sci-fi/fantasy book! The premise sounds super interesting, and based of her other books, it sounds like it’ll be quite an emotional ride.

The Forest of Stolen Girls by June Hur

April 20th, 2021

Hwani’s family has never been the same since she and her younger sister went missing and were later found unconscious in the forest, near a gruesome crime scene. The only thing they remember: Their captor wore a painted-white mask.

To escape the haunting memories of this incident, the family flees their hometown. Years later, Detective Min—Hwani’s father—learns that thirteen girls have recently disappeared under similar circumstances, and so he returns to their hometown to investigate… only to vanish as well.

Determined to find her father and solve the case that tore their family apart, Hwani returns home to pick up the trail. As she digs into the secrets of the small village—and reconnects with her now estranged sister—Hwani comes to realize that the answer lies within her own buried memories of what happened in the forest all those years ago.

Although I didn’t love June Hur’s other book, The Silence of Bones, this sounds too interesting to pass up!

The Crown of Gilded Bones (Blood and Ash #3) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

April 20th, 2021

*Synopsis may contain spoilers for previous books in the series*

She’s been the victim and the survivor…

Poppy never dreamed she would find the love she’s found with Prince Casteel. She wants to revel in her happiness but first they must free his brother and find hers. It’s a dangerous mission and one with far-reaching consequences neither dreamed of. Because Poppy is the Chosen, the Blessed. The true ruler of Atlantia. She carries the blood of the King of Gods within her. By right the crown and the kingdom are hers.

The enemy and the warrior…

Poppy has only ever wanted to control her own life, not the lives of others, but now she must choose to either forsake her birthright or seize the gilded crown and become the Queen of Flesh and Fire. But as the kingdoms’ dark sins and blood-drenched secrets finally unravel, a long-forgotten power rises to pose a genuine threat. And they will stop at nothing to ensure that the crown never sits upon Poppy’s head.

A lover and heartmate…

But the greatest threat to them and to Atlantia is what awaits in the far west, where the Queen of Blood and Ash has her own plans, ones she has waited hundreds of years to carry out. Poppy and Casteel must consider the impossible—travel to the Lands of the Gods and wake the King himself. And as shocking secrets and the harshest betrayals come to light, and enemies emerge to threaten everything Poppy and Casteel have fought for, they will discover just how far they are willing to go for their people—and each other.

And now she will become Queen…

I am so excited for this book! This series has been so fun so far, so I’m expecting more of the same. There are some things I am curious about and some things that I am hoping will happen in this book.


Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee

May 4th, 2021

Southampton, 1912: Seventeen-year-old British-Chinese Valora Luck has quit her job and smuggled herself aboard the Titanic with two goals in mind: to reunite with her twin brother Jamie–her only family now that both their parents are dead–and to convince a part-owner of the Ringling Brothers Circus to take the twins on as acrobats. Quick-thinking Val talks her way into opulent firstclass accommodations and finds Jamie with a group of fellow Chinese laborers in third class. But in the rigidly stratified world of the luxury liner, Val’s ruse can only last so long, and after two long years apart, it’s unclear if Jamie even wants the life Val proposes. Then, one moonless night in the North Atlantic, the unthinkable happens–the supposedly unsinkable ship is dealt a fatal blow–and Val and her companions suddenly find themselves in a race to survive.

I’ve recently discovered that I like YA historical fiction, not adult historical fiction, and after reading and loving The Downstairs Girl, I knew I had to check out more books by Stacey Lee! I love that she tells stories from the perspective of people that history forgets and that she can include important themes while still keeping things fun.

The Ones We’re Meant To Find by Joan He

May 4th, 2021

Cee awoke on an abandoned island three years ago. With no idea of how she was marooned, she only has a rickety house, an old android, and a single memory: she has a sister, and Cee needs to find her.

STEM prodigy Kasey wants escape from the science and home she once trusted. The eco-cities—Earth’s last unpolluted place—are meant to be sanctuary for those committed to planetary protection, but they’re populated by people willing to do anything for refuge, even lie. Now, she’ll have to decide if she’s ready to use science to help humanity, even though it failed the people who mattered most.

I didn’t even finish Joan He’s first book, but she’s another author I’m willing to give a second chance, especially because this book sounds so interesting! I really like stories with the kind of vibe that this description is giving.

Son of the Storm (The Nameless Republic #1) by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

May 11th, 2021

A young scholar’s ambition threatens to reshape an empire determined to retain its might in this epic tale of violent conquest, buried histories, and forbidden magic.

In the thriving city of Bassa, Danso is a clever but disillusioned scholar who longs for a life beyond the rigid family and political obligations expected of the city’s elite. A way out presents itself when Lilong, a skin-changing warrior, shows up wounded in his barn. She comes from the Nameless Islands–which, according to Bassa lore, don’t exist–and neither should the mythical magic of ibor she wields. Now swept into a conspiracy far beyond his understanding, Danso will have to set out on a journey that reveals histories violently suppressed and magic only found in lore.

I saw an early review of this and it sounds super interesting!


Better Together by Christine Riccio

June 1st, 2021

From New York Times bestselling author and beloved booktuber Christine Riccio comes Better Together, a humorous and heartfelt story about two sisters trying to navigate their broken family life and the stresses of impending adulthood.

I enjoyed Christine’s first book, Again, but Better, waaay more than I was expecting, so I am tentatively excited about this one. Though after seeing how brutal the early reviews are on Goodreads, I should lower my expectations a bit. I actually won an ARC of this on Goodreads, so I will be getting to it.

The Roadtrip by Beth O’Leary

June 1st, 2021

Addie and her sister are about to embark on an epic road trip to a friend’s wedding in the north of Scotland. The playlist is all planned and the snacks are packed.

But, not long after setting off, a car slams into the back of theirs. The driver is none other than Addie’s ex, Dylan, who she’s avoided since their traumatic break-up two years earlier.

Dylan and his best mate are heading to the wedding too, and they’ve totalled their car, so Addie has no choice but to offer them a ride. The car is soon jam-packed full of luggage and secrets, and with three hundred miles ahead of them, Dylan and Addie can’t avoid confronting the very messy history of their relationship…

Will they make it to the wedding on time? And, more importantly… is this really the end of the road for Addie and Dylan?

At this point, I trust Beth O’Leary enough that I don’t necessarily need to read the synopsis of this in order to be excited. In fact, I don’t like second chance romances, but because I’ve loved the author’s past two books, I’ll give it a go!

One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

June 1st, 2021

For cynical twenty-three-year-old August, moving to New York City is supposed to prove her right: that things like magic and cinematic love stories don’t exist, and the only smart way to go through life is alone. She can’t imagine how waiting tables at a 24-hour pancake diner and moving in with too many weird roommates could possibly change that. And there’s certainly no chance of her subway commute being anything more than a daily trudge through boredom and electrical failures.

But then, there’s this gorgeous girl on the train.

Jane. Dazzling, charming, mysterious, impossible Jane. Jane with her rough edges and swoopy hair and soft smile, showing up in a leather jacket to save August’s day when she needed it most. August’s subway crush becomes the best part of her day, but pretty soon, she discovers there’s one big problem: Jane doesn’t just look like an old school punk rocker. She’s literally displaced in time from the 1970s, and August is going to have to use everything she tried to leave in her own past to help her. Maybe it’s time to start believing in some things, after all.

I feel like I have been anticipating this book forever because I’ve been seeing the author talk about it on Twitter since Red, White, and Royal Blue came out!

The Chosen and The Beautiful by Nghi Vo

June 1st, 2021

Jordan Baker grows up in the most rarefied circles of 1920s American society―she has money, education, a killer golf handicap, and invitations to some of the most exclusive parties of the Jazz Age. She’s also queer, Asian, adopted, and treated as an exotic attraction by her peers, while the most important doors remain closed to her.

But the world is full of wonders: infernal pacts and dazzling illusions, lost ghosts and elemental mysteries. In all paper is fire, and Jordan can burn the cut paper heart out of a man. She just has to learn how.

The Great Gatsby-inspired books are a niche that I surprisingly love, and this one sounds so good! I actually didn’t realize it was a direct Gatsby retelling until right now.

The Jasmine Throne (Burning Kingdoms #1) by Tasha Suri

June 8th, 2021

Author of Empire of Sand and Realm of Ash Tasha Suri’s The Jasmine Throne, beginning a new trilogy set in a world inspired by the history and epics of India, in which a captive princess and a maidservant in possession of forbidden magic become unlikely allies on a dark journey to save their empire from the princess’s traitor brother.

Imprisoned by her dictator brother, Malini spends her days in isolation in the Hirana: an ancient temple that was once the source of the powerful, magical deathless waters — but is now little more than a decaying ruin.

Priya is a maidservant, one among several who make the treacherous journey to the top of the Hirana every night to clean Malini’s chambers. She is happy to be an anonymous drudge, so long as it keeps anyone from guessing the dangerous secret she hides.

But when Malini accidentally bears witness to Priya’s true nature, their destinies become irrevocably tangled. One is a vengeful princess seeking to depose her brother from his throne. The other is a priestess seeking to find her family. Together, they will change the fate of an empire.

And last but certainly not least, my most anticipated release of the year!! I have adored Tasha Suri’s other books, and this one sounds beyond amazing and exactly what I love. This can not come soon enough!

What releases are you looking forward to in the next few months?

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Upcoming 2021 Releases I Can’t Wait For!

It seems so strange to me that books I’ve had on my TBR with a distant 2021 release date are actually just around the corner now! These are books being released from January through March! (All synopses come from Goodreads, and some are sequels, so they may contain spoilers)

It seems so strange to me that books I’ve had on my TBR with a distant 2021 release date are actually just around the corner now! These are books being released from January through March! (All synopses come from Goodreads, and some are sequels, so they may contain spoilers)

Winterkeep (Graceling #4) by Kristin Cashore

January 19th, 2021

Four years after Bitterblue left off, a new land has been discovered to the east: Torla; and the closest nation to Monsea is Winterkeep. Winterkeep is a land of miracles, a democratic republic run by people who like each other, where people speak to telepathic sea creatures, adopt telepathic foxes as pets, and fly across the sky in ships attached to balloons.

But when Bitterblue’s envoys to Winterkeep drown under suspicious circumstances, she and Giddon and her half sister, Hava, set off to discover the truth–putting both Bitterblue’s life and Giddon’s heart to the test when Bitterbue is kidnapped. Giddon believes she has drowned, leaving him and Hava to solve the mystery of what’s wrong in Winterkeep.

Lovisa Cavenda is the teenage daughter of a powerful Scholar and Industrialist (the opposing governing parties) with a fire inside her that is always hungry, always just nearly about to make something happen. She is the key to everything, but only if she can figure out what’s going on before anyone else, and only if she’s willing to transcend the person she’s been all her life. 

I really enjoyed the Graceling books when I read them awhile back, so I’m definitely interested in reading this one! It’s been awhile since I read the first three and since they came out, so I’d definitely want to reread them first, so this isn’t a top priority for me, but I’m still looking forward to it.

Game Changer by Neal Shusterman

February 9th, 2021

All it takes is one hit on the football field, and suddenly Ash’s life doesn’t look quite the way he remembers it.

Impossible though it seems, he’s been hit into another dimension—and keeps on bouncing through worlds that are almost-but-not-really his own.

The changes start small, but they quickly spiral out of control as Ash slides into universes where he has everything he’s ever wanted, universes where society is stuck in the past…universes where he finds himself looking at life through entirely different eyes.

And if he isn’t careful, the world he’s learning to see more clearly could blink out of existence…

I’ve thoroughly enjoyed Neal Shusterman’s work in the past, so I’m definitely looking forward to this one!

The Bride Bet (Girl Meets Duke #4) by Tessa Dare

February 9th, 2021

How to lose a duke in ten years…without losing your heart.

Once upon a time, two sworn enemies – the bookish daughter of a scholar and the devilish heir to a duke – made a pact: If they were both still single in ten years, they would marry each other.

It was a joke, Nicola thought. A duchess? Her?

But when the Duke of Westleigh returns a decade later, he’s serious. He needs an heir, so he’s holding her to their marriage bargain—diamond ring, lavish gown, engagement ball, and more. Nothing Nicola says can dissuade him. When she calls him arrogant, he praises her honesty. When she makes social stumbles, he catches her fall. And when she gets exasperated, the duke can’t seem to get enough. For reasons she can’t fathom, he claims that no other woman will do.

He’s betting he can change her mind, with logic and passion.

She’s betting she can change his mind, just by being herself.

And as the clock ticks down to a wedding day, neither is counting on losing their heart.

Discovering this series was one of the best things about 2020 for me! This last book was supposed to be released months ago, but got delayed, so I’m extra excited!! I thoroughly recommend this series and the audiobooks are also superb, so hopefully I’ll be listening to this soon after it’s release.

The Galaxy, and the Ground Within (The Wayfarers #4) by Becky Chambers

February 16th, 2021

With no water, no air, and no native life, the planet Gora is unremarkable. The only thing it has going for it is a chance proximity to more popular worlds, making it a decent stopover for ships traveling between the wormholes that keep the Galactic Commons connected. If deep space is a highway, Gora is just your average truck stop.

At the Five-Hop One-Stop, long-haul spacers can stretch their legs (if they have legs, that is), and get fuel, transit permits, and assorted supplies. The Five-Hop is run by an enterprising alien and her sometimes helpful child, who work hard to provide a little piece of home to everyone passing through.

When a freak technological failure halts all traffic to and from Gora, three strangers—all different species with different aims—are thrown together at the Five-Hop. Grounded, with nothing to do but wait, the trio—an exiled artist with an appointment to keep, a cargo runner at a personal crossroads, and a mysterious individual doing her best to help those on the fringes—are compelled to confront where they’ve been, where they might go, and what they are, or could be, to each other.

While I didn’t love the third book, this series is exactly what I look for in science fiction! It’s never too technical and it has a huge focus on characters, a lot of which are aliens. I love everything about the world Becky Chambers is building!

A Court of Silver Flames (A Court of Thorns and Roses #4) by Sarah J. Maas

February 16th, 2021

Nesta Archeron has always been prickly-proud, swift to anger, and slow to forgive. And ever since being forced into the Cauldron and becoming High Fae against her will, she’s struggled to find a place for herself within the strange, deadly world she inhabits. Worse, she can’t seem to move past the horrors of the war with Hybern and all she lost in it.

The one person who ignites her temper more than any other is Cassian, the battle-scarred warrior whose position in Rhysand and Feyre’s Night Court keeps him constantly in Nesta’s orbit. But her temper isn’t the only thing Cassian ignites. The fire between them is undeniable, and only burns hotter as they are forced into close quarters with each other.

Meanwhile, the treacherous human queens who returned to the Continent during the last war have forged a dangerous new alliance, threatening the fragile peace that has settled over the realms. And the key to halting them might very well rely on Cassian and Nesta facing their haunting pasts.

Against the sweeping backdrop of a world seared by war and plagued with uncertainty, Nesta and Cassian battle monsters from within and without as they search for acceptance-and healing-in each other’s arms.

I kind of can’t believe this book is a little more than a month away! It’s been a few years since the last book was released (I’m not counting ACOFAS), so it still feels unbelievable to me that there’s more. Nesta was never a favorite of mine, but the more I think about this book, the more I think it could be really interesting.

Honey Girl by Morgan Rogers

February 23rd, 2021

A refreshingly timely and relatable debut novel about a young woman whose life plans fall apart when she meets her wife.

With her newly completed PhD in astronomy in hand, twenty-eight-year-old Grace Porter goes on a girls’ trip to Vegas to celebrate. She’s a straight A, work-through-the-summer certified high achiever. She is not the kind of person who goes to Vegas and gets drunkenly married to a woman whose name she doesn’t know…until she does exactly that.

This one moment of departure from her stern ex-military father’s plans for her life has Grace wondering why she doesn’t feel more fulfilled from completing her degree. Staggering under the weight of her father’s expectations, a struggling job market and feelings of burnout, Grace flees her home in Portland for a summer in New York with the wife she barely knows.

In New York, she’s able to ignore all the annoying questions about her future plans and falls hard for her creative and beautiful wife, Yuki Yamamoto. But when reality comes crashing in, Grace must face what she’s been running from all along—the fears that make us human, the family scars that need to heal and the longing for connection, especially when navigating the messiness of adulthood.

This sounds so cute, but also sounds like it deals with some heavier issues and I couldn’t be more excited! Any situation where characters have to fake a relationship or any sub-category of that is totally up my alley.

Act Your Age, Eve Brown (The Brown Sisters #3) by Talia Hibbert

March 9th, 2021

In Act Your Age, Eve Brown the flightiest Brown sister crashes into the life of an uptight B&B owner and has him falling hard—literally.

Eve Brown is a certified hot mess. No matter how hard she strives to do right, her life always goes horribly wrong—so she’s given up trying. But when her personal brand of chaos ruins an expensive wedding (someone had to liberate those poor doves), her parents draw the line. It’s time for Eve to grow up and prove herself—even though she’s not entirely sure how…

Jacob Wayne is in control. Always. The bed and breakfast owner’s on a mission to dominate the hospitality industry—and he expects nothing less than perfection. So when a purple-haired tornado of a woman turns up out of the blue to interview for his open chef position, he tells her the brutal truth: not a chance in hell. Then she hits him with her car—supposedly by accident. Yeah, right.

Now his arm is broken, his B&B is understaffed, and the dangerously unpredictable Eve is fluttering around, trying to help. Before long, she’s infiltrated his work, his kitchen—and his spare bedroom. Jacob hates everything about it. Or rather, he should. Sunny, chaotic Eve is his natural-born nemesis, but the longer these two enemies spend in close quarters, the more their animosity turns into something else. Like Eve, the heat between them is impossible to ignore—and it’s melting Jacob’s frosty exterior. 

I loved the first two Brown sisters books and I now trust Talia Hibbert with my life. Enough said!

Flamefall (The Aurelian Cycle #2) by Rosaria Munda

March 23rd, 2021

After fleeing the revolution and settling into the craggy cliffs of New Pythos, the Dragonlords are eager to punish their usurpers–and reclaim their city. Their first order of business was destroying the Callipolan food supply. Now they’re coming for the Dragonriders.

Annie is Callipolis’s new Firstrider, and while her goal has always been to protect the people, being the government’s enforcer has turned her into public enemy number one.

Lee struggles to find his place after killing kin to prove himself to a leader who betrayed him. He can support Annie and the other Guardians . . . or join the radicals who look to topple the new regime.

Griff, a lowborn dragonrider who serves New Pythos, knows he has no future. And now that Julia, the Firstrider who had protected him, is dead, he is called on to sacrifice everything for the lords that oppress his people–or to forge a new path with the Callipolan Firstrider seeking his help.

With famine tearing Callipolis apart and the Pythians determined to take back what they lost, it will be up to Annie, Lee, and Griff to decide what to fight for–and who to love.

Fireborne was pretty much my favorite book I read in 2020, so I am beyond excited for this book!!

Rule of Wolves (King of Scars #2) by Leigh Bardugo

March 30th, 2021

The wolves are circling and a young king will face his greatest challenge in the explosive finale of the instant #1 New York Times-bestselling King of Scars Duology.

The Demon King. As Fjerda’s massive army prepares to invade, Nikolai Lantsov will summon every bit of his ingenuity and charm—and even the monster within—to win this fight. But a dark threat looms that cannot be defeated by a young king’s gift for the impossible.

The Stormwitch. Zoya Nazyalensky has lost too much to war. She saw her mentor die and her worst enemy resurrected, and she refuses to bury another friend. Now duty demands she embrace her powers to become the weapon her country needs. No matter the cost.

The Queen of Mourning. Deep undercover, Nina Zenik risks discovery and death as she wages war on Fjerda from inside its capital. But her desire for revenge may cost her country its chance at freedom and Nina the chance to heal her grieving heart.

King. General. Spy. Together they must find a way to forge a future in the darkness. Or watch a nation fall.

I had very mixed feelings about the first book, but I feel like I’m already so invested in this world, so of course I’m going to continue. It also comes out right before the Netflix show, so I think that’s kind of fun.

What books are you looking forward to in the beginning of 2021?

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Anticipated Fall 2020 Releases!

I used to only occasionally make anticipated releases posts, but I really like this 3-month chunk format, so I think I will continue doing it this way! My loose definitions for the seasons are:
– Fall (October -December)
-Winter (January-March)
-Spring (April-June)
-Summer (July-August)

I used to only occasionally make anticipated releases posts, but I really like this 3-month chunk format, so I think I will continue doing it this way! My loose definitions for the seasons are:
– Fall (October -December)
-Winter (January-March)
-Spring (April-June)
-Summer (July-August)

A Deadly Education (Scholomance #1) by Naomi Novik (September 29th)

I already put this on a previous list, but it hasn’t come out yet, so here it is again! I didn’t love Uprooted by this author, but the premise of this one sounds very cool!

A Snowfall of Silver by Laura Wood (October 1st)

Laura Wood writes the historical fiction I want to read, so I am so excited for this one! I’m not totally sure what it’s about, but I loved her previous two books, so I trust her.

Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade (October 6th)

A cute romance about fanfiction and featuring a plus-sized lady on the cover? SIGN ME UP.

The Lives of Saints by Leigh Bardugo (October 6th)

I’m interested to see how this book will be, actually. Companion books like this generally aren’t my thing, but it looks gorgeous.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab (October 6th)

I was purposefully avoiding this book because I really did not care for The Shades of Magic series, but after reading the synopsis…this book sounds very cool.

Lightbringer (The Empirium Trilogy #3) by Claire Legrand (October 13th)

This series is just so entertaining to me! It’s not my favorite or anything, but it’s addicting.

God Storm (Shadow Frost #2) by Coco Ma (October 20th)

I read Shadow Frost recently, and while I had mixed feelings, I did enjoy where it went in the end, so I would definitely be curious to read more from the series eventually.

The Tea Dragon Tapestry (Tea Dragon #3) by Katie O’Neill (October 27th)

Anything Katie O’Neill writes/illustrates, I will read. Her stories are so soft, inclusive, and meaningful!

Send Me Their Souls (Bring Me Their Hearts #3) by Sara Wolf (November 3rd)

I am a little peeved about the re-covers of this series, but I am still SOO excited for this conclusion! This is an underrrated favorite of mine.

The Camelot Betrayal (Camelot Rising #2) by Kiersten White (November 10th)

I thoroughly enjoyed The Guinevere Deception, so I am very much looking forward to this book! Arthurian retellings really hit the spot for me.

Rhythm of War (The Stormlight Archive #4) by Brandon Sanderson (November 17th)

Do I even need words for this one? I’m HYPED.

These Violent Delights (These Violent Delights #1) by Chloe Gong (November 17th)

I finally read the description for this one and it sounds GOOD, so onto the list it goes.

How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories (The Folk of Air #3.5) by Holly Black (November 24th)

I was reluctant about wanting to read this one because I was fine with the series being done, but I do love the series.

A Sky Beyond the Storm (An Ember in the Ashes #4) by Sabaa Tahir (December 1st)

Out of all the books on this list, I think that this one is going to hit me the most! I just care so much about these characters and I want them to be happy, but based on what Sabaa has said, who knows what will happen!

When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain (The Singing Hills Cycle #2) by Nghi Vo (December 8th)

I really enjoyed Nghi’s first book, so I am very curious to see what else she does in this world!

15 books in 3 months! I will definitely not be getting to all of these soon, which is sad because I am really excited for them all. At least having a lull in December releases means that I can at least catch up a little bit.

What books are you looking forward to for the rest of the year?

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