Anticipated Releases: September 2015

september releases 1

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

This is about a girl who is allergic to the world. A guy probably turns up at some point and I’m expecting insta-romance, but I’m very much looking forward to reading it, especially as it’s had so many praises from other authors.

What We Saw by Aaron Hartzler

This seems to be about a girl who is assaulted at a party, and the uproar in the small town she lives in once she presses charges. I don’t often seek out books about assault, but I’m willing to give this one a go.

Menagerie by Rachel Vincent

I’ve been waiting for this one for so long! Rachel Vincent is one of my favourite authors, and when I found out she was bringing out two books this year I was so happy. The Stars Never Rise was a bit of a let down, but I still have high hopes for this story about a magical carnival.

september releases 2

Dreamland by Robert L Anderson

This is about a girl who can walk through dreams. YAAAASSSS. I’m a bit hesitant because the blurb mentions a mysterious new guy, but maybe he’ll be a cool mysterious new guy?

The Scorpio Rules by Erin Bow

Not to be confused with The Scorpio Races. I can’t tell if it’s a fantasy novel or apocalyptic, but I want to read it to find out.

 

september releases 3

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Ruin and Rising didn’t end well, but I’m willing to forgive that slight mishap and give Six of Crows a go. Luckily, I’m in a huge fantasy mood right now and I want to take all the fantasy I can get.

Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson

Speaking of fantasy, HOW EXCITED ARE YOU FOR THIS?! I really enjoyed the first two books in the Fire and Thorns trilogy, and while I have yet to read the third I am hoping to whiz through that soon and read this. It’s about a girl who can detect gold.

3 comments on “Anticipated Releases: September 2015

  1. Jolien @ The Fictional Reader September 5, 2015 12:18 pm

    I’m very curious about the Scorpio Rules! I’ve seen 5-star reviews and 1-star reviews. So I’m excited to see what I’ll think of it. And obviously, I wish I could already hold Six of Crows & Walk on Earth a Stranger…
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  2. Deyse September 5, 2015 6:56 pm

    The Scorpion Rules is a dystopia and it’s so good, you really should get to it this month 😉

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