These ten books are part of my fall TBR! They are all being released before the winter solstice, and I cannot wait to read them! I just bought Every Last Word just last week, so hopefully I can find the time really soon to read it! Winner's Crime has been staring at me for quite a while now, and I don't know why I keep putting it off! Another novel out of these ten that have already been published include Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon and Sweet Temptation by Wendy Higgins. Nicola Yoon is a debut author this year, but her novel has been getting so much praise and I'm excited for the time when I get my hands on the novel from my local library. A book that isn't at my local library is Sweet Temptation. I just recently read the first three books in this trilogy on my online library, but couldn't find this one. Hopefully they get it soon, or I'll have to wait for it! The Rose Society and The Revolution of Ivy are both sequels that are coming out later this year. While both of these are set in dystopian worlds, The Rose Society by Marie Lu is the second in a trilogy and more fantasy based while The Revolution of Ivy is only a duology! I'm excited to see how the series is going to wrap up or continue; both left off on really good endings that kept me wanting more! There are three other novels that are also conclusions to series, including Their Fractured Light, the third and final book in the Starbound trilogy; A Mad Zombie Party ,the fourth concluding novel to the White Rabbit Chronicles; and Winter, the epic conclusion to the Lunar Chronicles! These three are concluding some of my favorite YA series, so I'm eagerly anticipating reading them! I might die from my anxiety! Last but certainly not least is Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff. I have such high expectations since Kaufman also wrote the Starbound trilogy. Illuminae sounds so cool just based off of how the story is being told only through emails, reports, texts, and so on. Talk about a refreshing read!
Those are my top ten books on my fall TBR! Do we have any in common? What are some biggies you think I'm missing?
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