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Monday, August 13, 2018

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63 comments:

  1. Tana French's The Witch Elm is due out in October & it's pre-ordered as my birthday present to myself! Tana has a wonderful writing style that just sort of grabs you and makes you wonder about each character/suspect.

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  2. Before Her Eyes by Jack Jordan sounds like an original, pacy and claustrophobic thriller.

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  3. The Cruel Prince #2 book because I loved the first!

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  4. Hell Diver's IV. It's supposed to release in the next few days and I'm excited to see what's happened with the characters.

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  5. I am looking forward to reading I Will Never Leave You by S.M. Thayer. It sounds intriguing.

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  6. Hmm Not sure yet, maybe some exciting dark mysteries.

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  7. dirty headlines by lj shen!! i love her books

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  8. The Governess Game by Tessa Dare, love a good romance!

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  9. The Mystery of Three Quarters by Sophie Hannah, love a great mystery and Hercule Poirot is my all time favourite character.

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  10. Peter V Brett's The Desert Prince - loved all his previous books so can't wait to savour this when it's released!

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  11. You're the Only One I Can Tell by Deborah Tannen sounds good, about women's friendships.

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  12. Camron Wright's new book because I love his writing.

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  14. At the moment there are no specific 2018 releases I am looking forward to for the rest of this year. Except for a small number of my favourite authors, I rarely buy books as soon as they are released as stretched finances tend to mean I wait for the cheaper paperback copy in most cases. The book I'm looking forward to reading the most is The Forbidden City (The Dragon's Legacy Book 2) by Deborah A Wolf (released earlier this year) which I've borrowed from the library and is next on my to-read pile. Its a fantastic "sand and sorcery" epic fantasy series, highly recommended for those who prefer a challenging fantasy read such as Steven Erikson's Tales of the Malazan Book of the Fallen series. Rafflecopter entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES, thanks for another great giveaway :o)

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  15. I've recently finished reading Year One by Nora Roberts and loved it. Book 2 is expected on: December 4, 2018 - another one to look forward to.

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  16. The sixth and final book of Knausgaard’s My Struggle is slated to come out in the fall of 2018 (I believe the 2nd or 3rd week of September). It will be called, fittingly, The End, and be over 1,000 pages. I’m pretty ecstatic for this one. If you haven’t read his work before, I’d say the prose is a combination of Alice Munro and DFW.

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  17. I have not read any books yet and not sure whats new this year.

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  18. not got any on my radar the latest book released a couple of weeks ago was Adam Hills bio, which I really enjoyed.

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  19. Family Trust by Kathy Wang
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  20. When We Caught Fire by Anna Godberson, I've enjoyed her books in the past and this one is about The Great Fire in Chicago which is a subject I haven't read a whole lot about it.

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  21. "The Clockmaker's Daughter" by Kate Morton - looks and sounds like a fabulous read.

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  22. A Willing Murder by Jude Deveraux. Sounds like a good book.

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  23. Melmoth by Sarah Perry as The Essex Serpent was just so wonderfully atmospheric

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  24. "What's the second half of 2018 release you're most looking forward to and why?" "Hell Divers IV." Because the first book was so exciting, and now I'm working through the rest!

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  25. The crew by Tijanbecause I'malways excited for her books

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  26. Jodi Picoult has a new book coming out in October and I cannot wait for its release.. I have read all her books since the beginning of her writing career....

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  27. Karin Slaughter's Pieces Of Her is due out any day now I think. Can't wait.

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  28. Since I do not wanna say Magic again....so Night and SIlence by Seanan McGuire! Love her

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  29. For Better and Worse by Margot Hunt, i love a good psychological thriller and this sounds like a suspenseful one.

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  30. For now is the third book of "Monstress", by Marjorie M. Liu, because I really love her story.

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  31. Promiese Me You by Marina Adair - love her book! :)

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  32. Deborah Harkness' Time's Convert. I loved her All Souls Trilogy.

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  33. Fury by Rachel Vincent. It's the last in the trilogy and I really want to know what happens.

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  34. I want to read Leon and June: Our Story: Life, Love & Laughter by June Bernicoff - such a lovely couple who shared over 50 years of marriage. Sadly Leon passed away last year.

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  35. I cannot wait for Louise Penny's next book, which is being released in November. She is my favorite author, and her books never disappoint.

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  36. Transcription by Kate Atkinson promises to feed my addiction to WWII and espionage stories

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  37. I am looking forward to Stygian by Sherrily Kenyon because I love her Dark Hunter Series.

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  38. The last Throne of Glass book!! Excited but nervous.

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  39. Not really looking forward to much of anything. Hoping I will be surprised.

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  40. There are too many books by different authors, such as Tessa Dare, LJ Shen, Kerrigan Byrne...

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  41. There are too many books by different authors, such as Tessa Dare, LJ Shen, Kerrigan Byrne...

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  42. Sarah Lyons Fleming's last book in her Until the End of the World series, because I've been waiting years to finish that story lol

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  43. Dirthy Headlines by LJ Shen. I've read all of her books, I love the way she writes and how she tells a story.

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  44. I live in Southern California so I am ready for autumn! I’m also excited for all of the new releases coming out in the next few weeks! Most of all, a new book by my favorite author Charity B called ANOINTED!!

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  45. Lethal white by Robert Galbraith can't wait to follow the story of Strike and Robin

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  46. Im looking forward to Fatal Promise by Angela Marsons. I love this series, there are always tons of twists.

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  47. Hidden Peril by Irene Hannon comes out in October. She is one of my favorite authors.

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  48. I want to read campfire by Shawn Sarles and James Patterson. It sounds like it might have some creepy things in it which will be perfect for reading in October.

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  49. Book #3 in the Stillhouse Lake series is top on my list!

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  50. Im looking forward to the release of Elevation by Stephen King as I have always enjoyed his works!

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  51. Fear - Trump in the White House by Bob Woodward - I think it's going to be fascinating!

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  52. The last Throne of Glass book!! Anticipated by that

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  53. I am looking forward to "Becoming" because it is Michelle Obama's memoir.

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  54. The Genes of Isis by Justin Newland because it sounds like an intriguing read

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  55. I have recently discovered Miss Kopp Just Won't Quit, the description sounds very promising (crime story, starring New Jersey's first female deputy sheriff!) and looks very interesting with that vintage style cover.

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  56. It will be The last Throne of Glass.x

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  57. im looking forward to catwoman. i read womnderwoman in the same series and loed it

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  58. 21 Lessons by Yuval Noah harari - because Home Deus was fascinating

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  59. Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare Dark secrets and forbidden love threaten the very survival of the Shadowhunters it sounds intriguing and brilliant and I love her books and the movies of course. :)

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  60. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty sounds like a book I'd really enjoy reading.

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  61. I'm most looking forward to Stephen King's Elevation, set to be released in late October!

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