Some books that need to be published ASAP as possible

Happy Tuesday, pals and gals! Today I’m doing a kind of anticipated releases post, I guess. I almost never do these posts because I’m the literal worst at following releases and never know when books are being published or when authors are writing new books. But, there are some being published soon that I’m super excited for and definitely want to read now.

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The Testaments by Margaret Atwood (September 10): this is a sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, which I personally love, so I’m super excited to see where Atwood goes with this book.

The Water Dancer by Ta-Nehisi Coates (September 24): I just love Coates and am sososo excited for this book. I need to convince Rebecca to buddy read it with me at some point.

The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz (September 24): being totally honest, I think I added this mainly because the cover is gorgeous. The fact that it deals with feminism and time travel is a bonus, though.

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Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater (November 5): I love Ronan Lynch!!!!! I am so excited for a trilogy about Ronan. That’s all.

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (November 5): The Night Circus is one of my favourite books, so I’m so stoked for this. Morgenstern said she didn’t think she’d ever write anything after TNC, so I’m so glad she decided to write another story.

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo (October 8): this sounds so good!!!!!! I love dark academic books, and this sounds kind of Secret History-esque. So hopefully it’s good.

Imaginary Friend by Stephen Chbosky (October 5): I love Stephen Chbosky and am super excited for this book. I didn’t think he was publishing anything else either, so yay!

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So those are some books I’m super excited for! What about you? Are you excited for any of these? What other new releases are you excited for? Let me know!

Ally xx

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18 thoughts on “Some books that need to be published ASAP as possible

  1. I’m excited for The Starless Sea, too! I hadn’t heard that Morgenstern hadn’t planned to write any more after The Night Circus, though. I’m glad she changed her mind. TNC was so descriptive and immersive that I’m really excited to see what else she can do.

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