This is a new monthly feature on the second Friday of each month from Brandy at Random Musings of a Bibliophile highlighting the excitement for upcoming books. I have three books that I can't wait to read.
1. Godsgrave is the continuation of the Nevernight series by Jay Kristoff. Mia is a kick butt assassin who is out for revenge on the people who killed her family. I really liked Mia the assassin and she's not to be trifled with.
Due to release: September 5th, 2017
Assassin Mia Corvere has found her place among the Blades of Our Lady of Blessed Murder, but many in the Red Church ministry think she’s far from earned it. Plying her bloody trade in a backwater of the Republic, she’s no closer to ending Consul Scaeva and Cardinal Duomo, or avenging her familia. And after a deadly confrontation with an old enemy, Mia begins to suspect the motives of the Red Church itself.
When it’s announced that Scaeva and Duomo will be making a rare public appearance at the conclusion of the grand games in Godsgrave, Mia defies the Church and sells herself to a gladiatorial collegium for a chance to finally end them. Upon the sands of the arena, Mia finds new allies, bitter rivals, and more questions about her strange affinity for the shadows. But as conspiracies unfold within the collegium walls, and the body count rises, Mia will be forced to choose between loyalty and revenge, and uncover a secret that could change the very face of her world.
2. I'm still eagerly waiting for Maggie Stiefvater's Ronan series, but there were a few things that struck me about All The Crooked Saints. First the cover, I love the inclusion of owls and roses. I also recalled hearing somewhere that she referred to this book as her dark creepy standalone and can't wait to see the doodle she made in my preordered copy. I'm also curious about the setting of Colorado.
Due to Release: October 10th, 2017
Saints. Miracles. Family. Romance. Death. Redemption.
The book takes place in the 1960s in Bicho Raro, Colorado and follows the lives of three members of the Soria family—each of whom is searching for their own miracle. There’s Beatriz, who appears to lack feelings but wants to study her mind; Daniel, the “Saint” of Bicho Raro, a miracle worker for everyone but himself; and Joaquin (a.k.a. Diablo Diablo), who runs a pirate radio station at night.
"The Soria family are saints as well, and the miracle they perform for pilgrims to Bicho Raro is as strange as most miracles are: They can make the darkness inside you visible. Once the pilgrims see their inner darkness face to face, it’s up to them to perform another miracle on themselves: banishing the darkness for good. It can be a tricky business to vanquish your inner demons, even once you know what they are, but the Sorias are forbidden to help with this part. They’ve all been told that if a Soria interferes with the second miracle, it will bring out their own darkness, and a saint’s darkness, so the story goes, is a most potent and dangerous thing." - Maggie Stiefvater, EW interview.
I can't wait to read the next book in the Lockwood & Co. series: The Empty Grave. Things were kinda left unresolved and I can't wait to see what's in store for Lucy, Lockwood, and George.
Due to release: September 12th, 2017
The Empty Grave (Lockwood & Co. #5) by Jonathan Stroud
Five months after the events in THE CREEPING SHADOW, we join Lockwood, Lucy, George, Holly, and their associate Quill Kips on a perilous night mission: they have broken into the booby-trapped Fittes Mausoleum, where the body of the legendary psychic heroine Marissa Fittes lies. Or does it? This is just one of the many questions to be answered in Book 5 of the Lockwood & Co. series. Will Lockwood ever reveal more about his family's past to Lucy? Will their trip to the Other Side leave Lucy and Lockwood forever changed? Will Penelope Fittes succeed in shutting down their agency forever? The young agents must survive attacks from foes both spectral and human before they can take on their greatest enemy in a climactic and chaotic battle. And to prevail they will have to rely on help from some surprising--and shadowy--allies. Jonathan Stroud once again delivers a rousing adventure full of danger, laughs, twists, and frights.
What books are you looking forward to? Feel free to leave a comment.
My intense interest in Lockwood & Co. has lessened some over the years, but I'm still looking forward to seeing what he does with all of it in this book.
That Jay Kristoff book looks really interesting too!
I've been pretty bad at keeping up with recently published books this year... I don't yet have a list of books coming out in the fall that I'm looking forward to, but there were a bunch in June that I need to get my hands on! :) Check them out here
I haven't heard of these- but the covers and blurbs sound great. I have a whole bunch of books I have to catch up on, so I haven't even been looking ahead yet. I hope to make it through some of my TBR this summer. :)
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