Thursday, 1 September 2016

September Releases 2016

September is a big month for new book releases! Some new books and authors are hitting the shelves and highly-anticipated sequels are finally going to arrive in our hands. Here are some of our most anticipated releases so here's to taking out a loan on September 20th!

Empire of Storms by Sarah J. Maas
(UK release date: 6th September)
The fifth installment of the Throne of Glass series is finally almost here! There's been a lot of controversy surrounding this book recently, but once you've committed five years to a series, the rest of that series is kind of going to be a must read, isn't it? With Aelin's character growth in the previous book, and the threat of war looming throughout Erilea, this is bound to be a tense, possibly heartbreaking book.

The Reader by Traci Chee
(UK release date: 13th September)
Sefia lives in a world without books. When she discovers a book after the mused of her father and her aunt being kidnapped, she knows it's the only clue she has to uncover why her father was killed, where her aunt is - and how she can get revenge. A book that's sort of about books sounds just about perfect, don't you think?

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo
(UK release date: 20th September)
After the awful cliffhanger in Six of Crows, we are dying to read Crooked Kingdom. With Kaz and his team getting double crossed in the previous book, and encountering fights with other gangs and in their hearts, this is bound to be a read that will put you on the edge of your seat.

A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess
(UK release date: 20th September)
After Henrietta's power of being able to burst into flames is revealed, she is taken to court and declared the chosen one. However, she must now train alongside other sorcerers - and find a way to hide the fact that she may not be the chosen one, after all. Also, let's talk about that beautiful cover!

Vassa in the Night by Sarah Porter
(UK release date: 20th September)
Inspired by the Russian folktale, Vassilissa the Beautiful, Vassa in the Night tells the story of a girl living in a Brooklyn neighbourhood filled with Russian magic and mythology. Vassa must find a way to break the curse of her neighbourhood, cast by local store owner and witch, Babs Yagg.

The Female of the Species by Mindy McGinnis (UK release date: 20th September)
If you weren't already hooked by the title, surely the synopsis is a deal-breaker. The story follows Alex Craft, a girl who isn't a stranger to killing. Dealing with the murder of her older sister whose killer walked free, Alex taps into the violence she knows she's capable of. Can she hide in plain sight or is she a girl that just demands to be seen?

Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake (UK release date: 22nd September) Three sisters, three heirs, and three different types of magic. Katharine, Mirabella and Arsinoe are triplets, and upon their sixteenth birthday, must fight to become the next Queen of Fennbirn. Only one can survive.

Are you interested in any of these books?
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