2016/01/06

UPCOMING RELEASES: JANUARY

The new year has started and the publishing world is back in full swing. Here are five books I'm excited about this month!

This Is Where It Ends by Marieke Nijkamp

5th

This is a contemporary novel about a terror attack on a school. Sounds horrifying but important.


All The Birds In The Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

26th

This is a fantasy, science fiction novel about a couple of friends who reunite after parting ways under mysterious circumstances in high school. This has magic, an academy and a world falling apart. And if it's anything like the cover, it's bound to be amazing.


The Swans of Fifth Avenue by Melanie Benjamin

26th

This is a historical fiction novel about the society "swans" of the 1950's. It's set in New York, which is one of my favorite settings, so it sounds like something I would love.


The Mystery of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos

26th

The is a young adult mystery book about a family, where the father suddenly leaves to find the mother, and the daughter decides to go after them.


Fallen Land by Taylor Brown

12th

Firstly, how gorgeous is this cover?  This is a story set during the Civil War and is the story of a young thief and Ava, a starving child.


What books are you excited about this month?

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  1. the swans of fifth avenue looks SO good! i'm really excited for a gathering of shadows by v.e. schwab + passenger by alexandra bracken :))

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    1. I'm really excited for Gathering of Shadows too! :D

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  2. So many great books coming out this month! I just reviewed This Is Where It Ends and I really liked it. As you say, horrifying but definitely a read to give you a lot to think about. I'm also excited for Bookishly Ever After by Isabel Bandeira: it looks really cute and has a bookish MC! :D

    Beatrice @ Book for Thought

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    1. Definitely need to read This Is Where It Ends then! :D

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