Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Top Fall Reads I Can't Wait To Get My Hands On

It's been awhile, okay, a long while since I've done a post like this and to be honest, with crazy life things happening this past year, I feel a little out of the loop with new releases. I thought it might be fun to play catch up and post about all those wonderful books that I do know are coming out and share them with you all. Maybe you will find something new as well to be excited about. 


Without further ado, here are mt top fall reads I can't wait to read:





Even though I'm two books behind on this series, I've loved it from the beginning and can't wait to see how it all ends. It's been one exciting, kick butt ride. 






I'm always a sucker for a good witch story and combine that with the historical aspect I love and you have me frothing at the mouth. 






I can't even begin to tell you how much I adore this series. It's just everything I love in a historical mystery. Plus I love the twist on the Sherlock Homes angle. And, come on , look at that cover, it is gorgeous, they all are. 






Estep is one of my favorite authors in both YA and in UF and I'm so excited that she has a new series coming out and a UF one at that. I can't wait to read it!






Okay so technically, I'm not waiting for this one because I already got an ARC of it and devoured it but, I had to post about it anyways because it was so freaking good. Barnes always delivers in her books  but I think this series is going to be a favorite. Both my older girls read this and read it in one sitting, they both loved it so much and they rarely agree on books anymore so, win win for me. 






Another series I loved after the very first book and the second was even better. Can't wait to see what the author has in store for the next installment. If you haven't tried this series yet, I can't recommend it enough. 






I'm a sucker for retellings with a twist even though they rarely work out for me but I love White's work and if anyone can pull this one off, I think she can. Can't wait to see if I'm right or not! Has anyone read it yet?






If you've read this writing duo before then you understand why I can't pass this one up. If you haven't read them, do it. So so good! 






This author's debut series was amazing so I can't wait to see what this one will be like. Her stories are rich in detail and lore and I bet this will be just the same.




So what are you anticipating this fall? Which books did I miss that you think I should know about? 

41 comments:

  1. Ooh so many amazing-sounding books. I've read Hollow of Fear and Kill the Queen and both were so good. I love the sound of The Witch of Willow Hall. I love a good historical fiction novel.

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    1. I just finished Kill the Queen and really loved it too! I'm going to start Hollow of Fear, I can't wait any longer LOL!

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  2. Josh and Hazel! Loved that one. Those two write near perfect good for me.

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    1. Yes it really was just so darn good. Definitely a favorite.

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  3. So with you on Kingdom of Ash! I've been with that series from the beginning and I cannot wait to see how it all comes together!

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    1. I have a feeling it will be completely epic. ;_

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  4. Hells yes Ali...awesome list. I too am two books behind but will grab Kingdom of Ash. The Witch of Willow Hollow was pretty dang good and I am currently reading Kill the Queen. It is soooo addictive! I have Harknesses book preorder and cannot wait!

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    1. Yes!! I just finished Kill the Queen and The Witch of Willow Hollow and loved them both as well. Kill the Queen is going to be one heck of a series I think.

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  5. Ooh some good looking titles up there Kindlemom my request for Time's Convert is pending on Netgalley, fingers crossed

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    1. *fingers crossed* Waiting is horrible sometimes isn't it?

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  6. I really enjoyed Kill the Queen and the Christina Lauren one

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  7. Oh, I'm excited for Escaping from Houdini. I loved the first two books! I also want to read the Lady Sherlock series. I own the first one so I need to get to it!

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. Those are two of my favorites on this list! Definitely start the Lady Sherlock books, I just finished the third today and it was amazing!

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  8. Ahh these look so cool- Jennifer lynn Barnes!!!

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    1. I adore her stuff, it is always so darn good but her newest is a favorite by far if not my most favorite from her.

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  9. I was offered a copy of Time's Convert, but I didn't read Harkness' debut series so I've been on the fence about accepting. I think I should go for it after hearing your praise! Thanks for the nudge! :)

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    1. Her first series was amazing and I know this is a spin off of sorts so I really hope you love it!

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  10. I loved Josh and Hazel so much and reviewed it today. The big one I am/was waiting for was The Darkest Star by Jennifer Armentrout. I was so excited to get the arc and I am reading it now. I'll have to look at the Estep book and maybe the Little White Lies one as well. Thanks for posting these.

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    1. Oh the Darkest Star looks good as well. I should add that one to my list too.

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    2. Where are you reviewing now by the way?

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  11. I should have also said I was looking forward to Dare You to Lie by Amber Lynn Natusch. She's a favorite author of mine and this is her first in hardback. It's also her first YA. Going to read it soon.

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    1. Thanks for that recommendation as well Lorna! I'll look into it!

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  12. I'm eyeing Christina Lauren's book! I haven't read a book by her yet, and the title for this one just sounds so cute that it just might be my first! ;)

    - Aimee @ Aimee, Always

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    1. Oh I hope it is! It really was just so much fun and I really hope you end up loving it!

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  13. More than half of those are on my list, too. Can't wait!

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  14. Now I am expecting City of Ghosts by Victoria Schwab. But your books for fall are very interesting too.

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  15. I hadn't heard about these but I like Jennifer Estep.

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    1. She is a great one. So far I've loved all her books I've tried.

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  16. You have so many awesome books up there. I don’t know where to start. I hope you love them all!

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  17. The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein is one I'm looking forward to as well! Great list!

    --Sam @ Sharing Inspired Kreations

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  18. The Hollow of fear and Kill the Queen both look awesome to me. These all look like great picks though!

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    1. I finished them both and they were fabulous! So excited about both of them.

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  19. I've been looking forward to Little White Lies and White's version of Frankenstein! I'm currently reading Josh and Hazel -- loving it so far!

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear?

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  20. The Sherry Thomas covers have been just gorgeous!

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