Most hotly anticipated
Raging Star by Moira Young (Dustlands series, book 3) Goodreads
I went out to Waterstones to buy this the day it was released! This series is thrilling, dark, and heart-wrenching, and I'm both excited and fearful to see how it all ends for Saba, Lugh, Jack and the gang.
Also released this month
- City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare (Mortal Instruments, book 6). The next installment in Cassandra Clare's fantastic series.
- The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa (Blood of Eden, book 3). I absolutely love this vampire series, and can't wait to read this one.
- Take Me On by Katie McGarry (Pushing The Limits, book 4). This is another of my all-time favourite series. Katie McGarry always manages to rip my heart out with every one of her books.
- The Girl With The Windup Heart by Kady Cross (Steampunk Chronicles, book 4). This series is so cute!
- Love Letters To The Dead by Ava Dellaira. Sounds interesting!
- Renegade by Debra Driza (Mila 2.0, book 2).
- Deep Blue by Jennifer Donnelly. I love this author's other books- A Gathering Light, and Revolution, so that is why I can't wait to read this new book by this author.
- Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne (Monument 14, book 3).
- We Were Liars by E. Lockhart.
- Sleep No More by Aprilynne Pike. Described as a "dark new thriller", and a definite break from her previous fairy series.
- Ciao For Now, Crazy European Chick by Joe Schreiber (Perry and Gobi, book 2) This book is titled Perry's Killer Playlist in the US and other parts of the world. The first book had me absolutely snorting with laughter.
- After the End by Amy Plum. This new apocalyptic novel sounds great- there is currently no UK release date.
- The Dark World by Cara Lynn Shultz. I like her other series. No UK publication date yet.
- Divided by Elsie Chapman (Dualed, book 2)
- Of Neptune by Anna Banks (Of Poseidon, book 3)
- Project Paper Doll: The Rules by Stacey Kade. This had been high on wishlist since it released in Hardback last year. Now it is being released in paperback it is more affordable, so maybe...
- Scan by Sarah Fine and Walter Jury.
It looks like a great month books! Are there any here you are most looking forward to? Any I've missed off this list?