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2018 Releases I’m Looking Forward To: Part 1

2018 is looking to be a great year for new releases. I can’t remember feeling this excited about 2017’s prospects (although that might have been because I wasn’t really paying attention) but this year I am SO. DAMN EXCITED. About everything! All the books! I’ve had to split this post up because there are so many books that I want to mention. Which 2018 releases are you looking forward to? Have you read any already? Which ones should be at the top of my wishlist?

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  1. Obsidio by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

The Illuminae Files finale is hopefully going to be just as good as Gemina, if not better. I was on the fence about Illuminae, but Gemina made me really excited for the final book in the series. And I need more books that are written in this style!

  1. Hero At The Fall by Alwyn Hamilton

Another series that I am loving is wrapping up next year. I can’t wait to see what the gang gets up to in this one, and how everything is going to be sorted out! I love this fantasy series so much.

  1. A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena

This is about a girl from Saudi Arabia called Zarin who dies in a car crash in Jeddah. Her story is told from various points of view, by the people who gossiped about her and those who have heard said gossip. I imagine this is going to be a powerful read!

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New Releases: October 2017

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Forest of a Thousand Lanterns by Julie C. Dao

Hopefully this East Asian fantasy will be better than Richelle Mead’s failed attempt.

The Tiger’s Daughter by K. Arsenault Rivera

Everyone is going on about this fantasy novel! It’s about two warriors who have to battle demons.

Far From the Tree by Robin Benway

I really enjoyed this one! It’s about three siblings who have been adopted separately and/or placed in foster care. It’s really good and it made me cry.

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New Releases: September 2017

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Warcross by Marie Lu

This sounds a lot like all the other video game books that have been coming out in recent years, but I want to read it anyway because I do really like Lu’s writing.

There’s Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins

I’ve read this already and it’s really good! It’s a classic slasher story set in a small town. Teenagers start getting picked off one by one for some unknown reason.

Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett

I think this is going to be an interesting fantasy adventure based on the reviews that I’ve seen.

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