Wednesday, 18 January 2017
January Releases I CANNOT wait for!
IT'S 2017!!!!! *blows little party trumpet*
I still have no idea where 2016 went, I swear its only been two minutes since we were saying bye to 2015.
But I am glad it is January because some awesomeeeee books are being released this month, and I can't wait for to see them in all their finished glory!
Those books are:
Caraval by Stephanie Garber
This book man. This book. If you like:
1) Delicious descriptions.
2) Mysterious hosts
3) Great female leads.
4) Sister relationships.
5) The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
6) Losing your mind because you cannot figure out the mystery. You think you have it and then OH! No you don't!
8) Gorgeous covers. (because you're a sucker for a pretty cover like me)
Basically, you need this book in your life. You do.
Released: January 27th
The Dark Days Pact by Alison Goodman
This is the second book in the series, the first being The Dark Days Club.
I don't have enough good words to say about this series. It is superb. It's everything you want in a series, a brilliantly researched regency setting, a gripping storyline, a great cast of secondary characters, a wonderful heroine, a handsome hero and a slow burn romance between them.
They changed the covers for the series to have a model on them, which I should be angry about, but I love to series too much to complain!
Windwitch by Susan Dennard
The second book in the Witchlands series is out now!
After the head spinning events of Truthwitch (the first book!) we're back with Safi, Iseult, Merik and Aeduan. You slip right back into this world and are immediately whisked away on one of Merik's winds.
Also: loooook, another pretty coverrrr.
Wayfarer by Alexandra Bracken
That's all that really needs to be said. Has that convinced you to read it?
Again, this is a second book, but therefore last book in a duology.
This books are especially exciting because they don't just visit one time period in their adventures. No, they transport you all over time, WWII London, the Russian Revolution, even into an alternate timeline...
Wayfarer is out now!
Dawn Study by Maria V Snyder
Dawn Study is the last book in Snyder's trilogy, which completes a trilogy of trilogies set in this world. Does that make sense? It's complicated.
If you've never heard of Maria V Snyder since she's a lesser known author, I highly recommend you look her up. Start with Poison Study or Touch of Power.
If you like fantasy, super-duper awesome female leads and series that have a spin off series featuring characters from the original series that soothe the ache of missing them, then you'll love the study series!