Most Anticipated Reads of 2019 Continued

Happy New Years Eve! To celebrate the last day of the year, I’m posting the second half of my most anticipated book releases for the new year! Wishing you all a joyous year and followed through resolutions!

  1. This book was found only by my relentless GoodReads surfing. I believe I found it on a list dedicated to books readers are most excited for in 2019. The Girl King by Mimi Yu sounds amazing in its uniqueness, and I promise this is the only book I found off another most anticipated releases list. I have high hopes for this book, based on the synopsis, to squander many stereotypes and writing cliques, and to truly ascend to have a distinctive perspective. This book is set to be published January 8th, 2019.
  2. Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller first caught my eye simply by its lovely cover. After that, I ventured to read the synopsis and that too made me want to read this book. I’m hoping for this book to be similar to Sky in the Deep in its captivating plot and cast of warriors. When I did more research about Levenseller, the author, I discovered she has also written another book that has been on my TBR shelf for a long time. I’m looking forward to February 26th, 2019 when it’s published.
  3. Cassandra Clare is who really got me into fantasy, albeit it was modern fantasy. I love the creativity of her stories and the incorporation of fantastical creatures. On the other hand, I must say that I am slightly overwhelmed by her continuing the same story forever. Nevertheless, I am still ecstatic for her next installment in the Shadowhunters universe—Chain of Gold, coming out on November 29th.
  4. Six of Crows made me laugh, cry, throw the book across the room; the works. That pesky duology (to one day become a trilogy) and its colorful characters stole my breath and my heart. After the emotional whirlwind Leigh Bardugo put me threw with those books, the only book hangover cure where other books by the same author. So then came the roller coaster that was the reading of the Shadow and Bone trilogy. After reading pretty much everything Leigh Bardugo had written, I was sure that this gal was one of my favorite authors. The twists that hit you like a brick wall, stark out of nowhere. Not the mention the characters I will forever wish upon a star that they could be real, instead of works of fiction. Set to be released on January 29th, 2019 is King of Scars, written by the gifted Leigh Bardugo, and taking place in the magical world that is forever my favorite place to go to escape reality.
  5. Academy of Assasins by Stacey Brutger was a very fulfilling read for me (feel free to check out my full review on the book). The next book in the series, Heart of the Assassins, was equally good in its caliber. I’m very excited to see what Brutger does with the development of the characters and their intermittent relationships. I have high hopes to see growth in her choice of words and writing style in Claimed by the Assasins, which is set to be released sometime in 2019.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *