Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Books I Can Barely Wait (So Long) to Read

There are so many upcoming releases I’m excited to read, but most of them don’t come out for months or even (*sniffles*) years. How in the world can I wait that long??? Come on! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday post is Books I’d Slay a Lion to Get Early, and while I don’t think I want to kill a lion just for a book, I would probably be willing to go other lengths to read these books ASAP.

A Reaper at the Gates by Sabaa Tahir: Fortunately, this books comes out in less than two months and I put myself on the hold list for it at the library. I plan to reread the first two books before the third because it’s been so long since I read them that I… I don’t remember what happened.

King of Scars by Leigh Bardugo: We have a cover! I repeat, we have a cover! This book doesn’t come out until 2019, but once it was announced, I’ve been ready to pick a fight for an early copy. Nikolai, babe, I’m waiting for youuu!

Archenemies by Marissa Meyer: The ending of Renegades basically left me smirking in glee at what Marissa did, but that doesn’t mean it’s been easy waiting for the next book. I’m still waiting on that cover reveal.

The Caged Queen by Kristen Ciccarelli: Even though this book focuses on a different character than The Last Namsara, I’m still stoked to see where Kristen Ciccarelli takes the story, the world, and the characters.

Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor: This is probably the one I’m anticipating the most on this list because Laini Taylor’s stories are gorgeous and I need to know what happens to my precious baby, Lazlo! Also, I love the title and the cover and just everything already.

The Devil’s Thief by Lisa Maxwell: I really wish The Last Magician was a standalone. The way it ended was perfect, but I love the characters and magic so much that I’m okay with another book. I trust you, Lisa, to not screw this up. Plus, that cover is lit.

This Splintered Silence by Kayla Olson: After reading The Sandcastle Empire, I’ll basically read anything by Kayla Olson. But This Splintered Silence is one book you won’t have to convince me to read. The cover looks cool and synopsis sounds like it’ll be my jam.

Threads of Power by V.E. Schwab: This one isn’t coming out for a while, but that doesn’t mean a girl can’t dream of getting her hands on a much-desired series. Threads of Power is a new trilogy set in the same worlds as her Shades of Magic trilogy, which is supposed to have some of the same characters as well as new ones. Basically: I need it.

Untitled Andromeda Cycle by Jay Kristoff/Amie Kaufman: I have no idea what these books are about or when they come out, but I’ve already decided I’ll read them. The Illuminae Files were amazing, so if these new series is even half as good, they’ll be great.

Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan: I went to college with Emily, so of course I’m excited to read her upcoming release. The publisher has started giving out early bound copies and I need to find a way to get my hands on one…

What upcoming books are you stoked to read? Any suggestions for me? Don’t forget to join the link-up!

 

14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Upcoming Books I Can Barely Wait (So Long) to Read

    • I just happened to be looking around their Goodreads profiles and saw there was another series planned by both of them. I hope it connects to Illuminae, but not so much that it feels like a sequel.

      And yes! Muse of Nightmares. I’ve been waiting sooo long for that book.

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  1. That’s a lot of books that you’re waiting for! I haven’t read enough recently published books to have this many on my list… I haven’t caught up on most of my series reading yet, so there are still plenty of books I can read before I get to the waiting game. 😉 Sounds like you have some fun books to look forward to, though!

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