Anticipated Releases of Fall 2019

It’s almost fall, and while I don’t want to rush summer out, I am looking forward to some aspects of fall. I like the crisp weather, I love the decorations, I like Halloween, but, mostly, I am excited for new releases! Here are my most anticipated releases of fall 2019.

I am super looking forward to The Tyrant’s Tomb by Rick Riordan. It’s the last in the Trials of Apollo series, which I have enjoyed very much. The last book ripped my heart out and stomped on it a bit, but that’s fine. *sniff* I’m okay. *sniff sniff*. But, yeah, I’m really looking forward to seeing how the series concludes.

Release Date: September 24

Wait, there’s more to Simon Snow and Baz’s story? Sign me up! I’ll admit, I was skeptical about Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. It’s an AU take on Harry Potter, and I wasn’t sure it’d be enjoyable on it’s own. But it really was. The world was so much fun, the characters were amazing, and I loved the relationship between Simon and Baz. I am so ready to read more.

Release Date: September 24

I. Cannot. Wait. for The Toll by Neal Shusterman. Thunderhead left off on such a huge cliffhanger, and I’m so eager to read what happens next. I’m buying and rereading the whole series when this book comes out, just so I can properly savor the ending to this trilogy.

Release Date: November 5

Can I anticpate a book when I haven’t read the whole series? Ah, whatever, I do. I loved Renegades by Marissa Meyer. It’s set in a universe where people have superpowers and one girl, Nova, has been raised to be a villain. She comes up with an idea to infiltrate the good guys. Along the way, she discovers the good guys aren’t as bad as she thought. When this book releases, I’ll probably get all three because they’re just that good.

Release Date: November 5

I love vampires, and I love vampire books. I have been trying for months to win a copy of this off GoodReads, but it looks like I’m going to have to wait until it’s released.

The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh centers around Celine Rousseau, who has fled Paris to live in a convent in New Orleans. She catches the attention of Sebastian Saint Germain. When another girl is killed, Celine suspects Sebastian. As bodies pile up, she has to fight her attraction and for her life. It sounds like a wonderfully imagined world and I cannot wait to dive in.

Release Date: October 8

Rebel by Marie Lu is the continuing adventures of June, Day, and Day’s brother Eden. It looks like it will mostly center around Eden and his struggle to break free from the shadow of his brother. I don’t care who it’s about, I just want more of the world. I love the way Lu imagines her worlds and the way she integrates technology into her stories.

Release Date: October 1

Rage by Jonathan Maberry is the continuing story of Joe Ledge and his scrappy band of misfits he calls a squadron. When Jonathan Maberry announced that Deep Silence was the last Joe Ledger book, I was devestated. Not every book was a home run, but I love all the character and wasn’t ready to let them go. Luckily, he meant that that particular Joe Ledger series was over and that he was launching a new one where Ledger and his crew would be out on their own. I am so there for it. The political bullshit that they’ve been put through the last few books has been so enraging; I’m glad that they aren’t dealing with that any more. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

Release Date: November 5

Capturing the Devil by Kerri Maniscalco is another highly anticipated release. I’ve been meaning to read these books for years, but only got into them earlier this year when I found them at the library. I doubt the library will buy this right away, so I’ll probably get it on Kindle or something. I love Audrey Rose and Thomas Cresswell so much. Audrey Rose is a fascinating young woman, and I’ve loved her development through the series. I can’t wait to read this.

Release Date: September 10

I’m sure there are more books I’m anticipating, but I’m going to leave this list right there. It looks like I’ll have a lot to read this fall!

What books are you looking forward to. Drop a comment below and let me know!

8 thoughts on “Anticipated Releases of Fall 2019

  1. I’m also excited for Supernova and The Tyrant’s Tomb! But there is actually one more book in the Trials of Apollo series after that, so it’s not the end yet!! 😄


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