Sunday, March 5, 2017

Bookcitement|| March New Releases (The Fantasy Books Though!!!)



Welcome back to another new release excitement post!
I'm especially excited for this month's new releases because there's books by Laini Taylor (the fantasy queen) and Roshani Chokshi (the word goddess) coming out! 

The list for this month is pretty long so I hope you find some new books to pick up!





Traitor to the Throne by: Alwyn Hamilton
Rebel of the Sands was AMAZING. I'm absolutely in love with the characters and the world. (10/10 recommend!) I've already pre-ordered Traitor to the Throne and I can't wait to see what happens. 



The Bone Witch by: Rin Chupeco
I'm actually trying to finish reading this one today! If you like Fantasy and super descriptive writing then you're going to love this one! 




I'm not a huge contemporary fan BUT the synopsis for this one sounds too good to pass up! 





I still have to read The Serpent King (shhh I'll read it eventually!) But I'm intrigued by the cover and the synopsis of this one!






The End of Oz by: Danielle Paige
I've been meaning to continue this series for FOREVER. Maybe some binge-reading is in order.... 







Nemesis by: Brandon Reichs
"Orphan Black meets Lord of the Flies"
Interesting....






Strange the Dreamer by: Laini Taylor
I have no idea what this is about buuut NEW LAINI TAYLOR BOOK NEW LAINI TAYLOR BOOK. My heart is happy ahaha.



Blood Rose Rebellion by: Rosalyn Eves
I have an ARC of this one and I'm so excited to pick it up! My family is Hungarian and this book takes place in Hungary (Whoop! Whoop!)



A Crown of Wishes by: Roshani Chokshi
I ADORED The Star-Touched Queen so I'm excited to delve back into Roshani's gorgeous writing!







Which March releases are you most excited for?
Thank you for reading and have a lovely day!



1 comment:

  1. I've read Traitor to the Throne and I absolutely adored it. It delves a lot more into the politics of everything but it's still amazing. I'm looking forward to Strange the dreamer and wanna check out some others you've mentioned too.

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