Hey guys, welcome back to my blog! Today I’m coming at you with the list of all the books I’ve preordered for this year, plus a bonus that I’ve already preordered for 2020!
The Lost Queen – Signe Pike
04 June 2019
I mean this is pitched as Merlin meets Outlander and that sounds completely perfect. Merlin is one of my favourites and I’ll read/watch anything Artur related, I actually haven’t seen Outlander but I love the general vibe I get from it and I know that a lot of people are obsessed with it so that gives me hope.
I’m going to be completely honest, I don’t know much else other than it’s been compared to Outlander and Merlin but, this is a big book, so I’m hoping to get to it in my school break or towards the end of the year. Either way, I’m very excited to read this and I can’t wait for my paperback copy to come out!
Capturing the Devil – Kerri Maniscalco
10 September 2019
So, if you’re new here, Hi! 👋👋👋 and I love the Stalking Jack The Ripper series. I’ve only read books 1 and 2 but I know that I love the writing style and characters so I had no qualms with preordering this one. Especially, since I know that I probably won’t have the time to buy it in a bookstore when this comes out! I still haven’t read book 3 but I’m planning on reading it later this year for Destiny’s #Stalkalong, so that should be super exciting!
Imaginary Friend – Stephen Chbosky
01 October 2019
Okay, so I’m going t be completely honest with you guys, I only pre-ordered this because I’m currently reading Perks and loving it. I know nothing about Chbosky’s new book other than it looks completely out of my comfort zone but I’m willing it to give it a try.
If this is anything near as meaningful and/or heartbreaking as Perks is, I’ll be happy. Even though I know nothing about this I’m super pumped to read it, just because I’m so one over by Perks.
Come Tumbling Down – Seanan McGuire
07 Jan 2020
This is technically a 2019 release but it comes out in the first week of January so fight me alright? I love this series and I’ll probably keep preordering them for as long as Seanan McGuire keeps writing them. They’re short but they always pack a punch – even book 3 which a lot of people seem to not like as much as they should. I mean, I respect your opinions even if you’re absolutely wrong.