Better Late than Never...?
Hello, everyone! Nothing like bringing some November releases to you halfway through the month, am I right? I know, I know, some of you are probably upset that all of these books will have been released by the time you can read this, but you know what? That's okay! (And that's also what I'm going to keep telling myself as I shrink into my blogging hole and cry about it for while. [Just kidding])
Frankie, by: Shivaun Plozza
This book seems to be pretty unique. The plot stands out to me as very interesting, and Frankie sounds like an awesome character based on the blurb. A passage on Goodreads also proclaimed it "darkly funny", which makes me super excited. Dark humor is usually the best in books, as it is easy for it to catch me off guard and make me laugh out loud. If a book can do that, it is definitely of a high quality, so my expectations are high for this book when I get my hands on it.
Renegades, by: Marissa Meyer
MARISSA MEYER IS COMING OUT WITH A NEW SERIES AND I COULDN'T BE HAPPIER! I absolutely love her books, and if you haven't read any, I highly recommend them. The Lunar Chronicles is one of my all-time favorite series. Her books are funny, action-packed, and filled to the brim with amazing characters, and I am hoping this one is too. The blurb reminds me a little bit of the Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu (which I also adored), and I'm very exited to see where Marissa takes this concept.
Gregory and the Grimbockle, by: Melanie Schubert
I have been wanting to get my hands on an Andy Weir book for so long, and I think this book might be the one. When the movie version of The Martian came out, I didn't realize it was a book until after I had already seen it (and loved it, by the way). So when I heard the announcement that he was coming out with another book, I was so excited. Now I know if it gets made into a movie, I have to read the book first.
Fragments of the Lost, by: Megan Miranda
really knew Caleb at all.
Each fragment of his life reveals a new clue that propels Jessa to search for the truth about Caleb's accident. What really happened on the storm-swept bridge?
I'm not usually one to pick up a mystery, but this book sounds really good. I really like mysteries when I read them, they're just not something that comes to the forefront of my mind when I'm picking out a new book. Hopefully now that I have one picked out that I'm looking forward to reading, I'll be more apt to pick it up. (Seriously, though. This book is #scandalous. It's also giving me some Riverdale vibes.)
Whichwood, by: Tahereh Mafi
I read Furthermore back when it came out last August, and fell in love with the world (and the cover. I can't help it, I'm a sucker for pretty covers!). The entire time I was reading Furthermore, I was filled to the brim with magic and wonder, so I am hoping to get the same experience out of this book. Tahereh Mafi is such a wonderful writer, and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next!
What books are you looking forward to that are coming out (or have come out) this November? Let me know in the comments!
The girl who is already preparing for Decembers edition,
I read a book one day and my whole life was changed.
— Orhan Pamuk, The New Life
Ashton is a high school girl with a passion for books. She also participates in other activities such as sports and musical groups.