Monday, August 28, 2017

Fall Releases I Can't Wait to Get My Hands On

With fall just around the corner and it finally cooling off a a little here (slowly) it is no wonder that all the latest releases are on my mind. With each new season also comes a slew of great new releases and some of them I am so excited to get my hands on. To old favorites to new authors and books I want to try, the fall months aren't lacking in new releases. Here are just a few that have caught my eye and many that are already on pre-order. 



 This is probably one of my most anticipated reads not only because I love this series to death but because of the way book eleven ended. It was a terrible heart wrenching cliffy and I need to know what happens next. 





It surprised me how much I liked book one in this series so I'm eager to see if the sequel will be just as good (hopefully better).





Even though this series isn't quite as beloved as it once once I still need to know how it ends and with this book being told all in Chaol's point of view, or at least a vast majority of it, I want to see what the author has in store for it. It will be interesting to see what the last two books hold.





I haven't been reading as much YA lately as I once had but it seems this is the year for YA to surprise me because what I have read has all been fantastic. Or maybe I am just more picky and choosey with what I have been reading either way, I loved this series and it was only a trilogy, or so we thought. With this latest release told in Noah's POV, I'm both anxious and nervous to see what the author does with it. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it doesn't ruin the whole series for me as a whole. 






So there you have it all the ones I'm really excited about getting a hold of in the next few weeks. There are other but I was lucky enough to get ARCs of them so most I've either already read and absolutely loved or have coming up to read. I'll list them anyways though because seriously, the ones I have read already were all 4 or 5 star reads for me they were that good. 


Colleen Hoover's book is one I haven't read yet, I've been trying to wait closer to release date but so far, there isn't anything by her that I've read that I haven't loved so I just know this will be emotional and outstanding. 





Even though this next one is a YA series, don't discredit it, it is so addicting and the best part is that the second book was just as good as the first. 





Jamie Ford is a master at what he does and what he does is write a beautifully emotional story will fiction, riddled with history and real life events. It is amazing what the man can do. I can't recommend his work enough. 





And of course this series. I just adore it and even though the release for this hasn't even happened yet, I'm on edge for the next book.





This next series is a fun one and set in one of my favorite settings for UF series, NOLA, I think there is just something strange and mystical about the setting and the history of the place itself and it makes for a great story. The third book in the series was also just as much as the last two and we finally get a bit more romance so yay of that front. If you haven't tried this series yet you should, it really is fun. 




I can't resist a good time travel story and while this is classified in the YA department, it didn't feel YA to me with most of the characters being 18 or older. Still, it was a great read and took me by surprise. I really enjoyed it and am glad it didn't let me down and okay, I picked it up for the cover as much as I did for the description. ;)





While I've been trying to not read as much YA lately mostly because I've been burnt out on it and because it seems to be most of the same old same old, I couldn't resist this one. And while it seems cliche, it isn't. I haven't finished it yet (as of writing this post) but so far, 70% in, I really like it and once again am surprised by that LOL. Really it is something interesting and easy to pick up and read and get lost in.






So that's it. The books I'm (or were) most looking forward to this coming fall. What about you? See anything you like or something I missed?

36 comments:

  1. There's a couple there that I hadn't heard of but look good.

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    1. Glad I could tell you about them then. ;)

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  2. I am so excited for Without Merit!! I want to check out that Jamie Ford book now. Hope you enjoy all of these!

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    1. I just finished it the other night and it was fabulous! You are going to love it as well.

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  3. Yep, after the end of 11th Grave, I need 12th, badly. :)

    You've got some good ones on your list and mostly ones that have caught my eye, but I still haven't read the author or series yet.

    Enjoy your fall reads! :)

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    1. I know, it was so intense! Enjoy all your reading as well Sophia!

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  4. I so need all of those as well (with a few previous books for a couple of them... :D). Especially need 12th Grave!!

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    1. Yes 12th Grave is so high on my list. I keep waiting for Netgalley to get it but so far they haven't.

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  5. The one I am looking forward to is the Colleen Hoover book. You have an ARC and are waiting? I couldn't, it would drive me batty🤗 I just bought the first book in the Jack the Ripper series(not sure what the series is called)Couldn't pass up a good sale. Hope you enjoy all of these!

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    1. I think it's called Jack the Ripper LOL. I couldn't wait. I ended up reading it before this posted ha ha!

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  6. I am not familiar with any of these, but they look interesting.

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    1. A lot of them are part of series but they are so good!

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  7. Four of those up there are on my list too. Technically 3 since I just read With Merit. I can't wait for the new ToG book! I started The Hunt, but set it aside for now. I'm in more of a romance mood.

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    1. I just finished With Merit too and really liked it. It was different but still so good.

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  8. Ugh you just reminded me to get back on the Darynda Jones wagon and you've peaked my interest in a few too!

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    1. If nothing else, definitely read Charley and Reyes, they are my favorite!

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  9. Oh yes, I need to listen to the Becoming of Noah Shaw. I am behind on Throne of Glass, but have both books and will read this as well. The Hunt rocked!. DJ is a must and I think I read book one of the second book you listed. I need to check! I will of course read With Merit.

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    1. So many great series! I'm so glad we share a lot of them in common Kim. :D

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  10. you have so many great books listed here. And boy so many pretty books here. I do need to pick up Chloe Mcneil though. She has been on my list for ages.

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    1. She is fabulous author, definitely try her!

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  11. I really want to read Invictus - I loved her Wolf by Wolf books. I'm also curious about the Lady Sherlock series. I have the first one, so I need to read it soon.

    LOVED Stalking Jack the Ripper and I'm reading an ARC of Hunting Prince Dracula right now and I really am enjoying it - so I hope you do too!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. Lucky you to get an ARC! I didn't see them anywhere, I should of asked the publisher I guess LOL. So happy to hear it is good so far!

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  12. so many wonderful titles up there I am excited about as well :D Great list. I really have to catch up on Charley

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  13. Hunting Prince Dracula is definitely one of my most anticipated reads LOL. So many great books here. Invictus and The Glass Spare are on my list as well.

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    1. I've heard HRD is really good so I'm even more excited to read it Kim. I hope we both love it!

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  14. Lauren Destefano is a talented writer so I'm not surprised you're enjoying the book. A fabulous list, happy reading!

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    1. She is, I need to look up her other books and make sure I have them.

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  15. Fireblood does look interesting! Invictus is one I'm interested in because time travel- that always gets my attention!

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    1. It always gets mine as well. It was a good read, definitely something different and the blend of genres worked really well.

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  16. It's been a while since I read Colleen Hoover but I'm looking forward to Without Merit. I'm also looking forward to Hugh's book (Kate Daniels) supposedly coming out this winter. I guess we'll see. :)

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    1. Oh I would love that! I didn't see that listed on Goodreads, or I missed it. I would definitely be excited to read his book as well.

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