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This week’s theme is all about the books on our autumn TBR! There are some new releases due out this autumn that I am so unbelievably excited for, and there are also some eARCs and some thrillers I’d like to get to. I feel very in the mood for thrillers right now.
I’m currently in Denmark, but I’ll be catching up on comments when I’m back in the UK later this week!
The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black: I need this book now. I can at least be grateful that it’s being released in November of this year rather than January 2020, but it still seems like such a long wait. I loved The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King, so I can’t wait to see how this series ends!
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo: I’m so, so excited for Bardugo’s adult debut and to see her write something outside of the Grishaverse!
Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin: YA fantasy with witches? Yes. Always yes.
The King’s Witch by Tracy Borman: Tracy Borman is a well-known Tudor and Stuart historian here in the UK and this is her debut novel which I requested from NetGalley and still haven’t read. Autumn seems like the perfect time to rectify that!
Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt: So this October my friend Marisa and I are starting our own Horror Book Club because it’s a genre we both want to read more of and we’ve picked this book for our first read!
Under the Pendulum Sun by Jeannette Ng: Historical fantasy with fae? Yes please. I really want to cross this debut novel off my TBR.
The Cursed Wife by Pamela Hartshorne: This is a historical thriller set in the Elizabethan era, and honestly that’s all I needed to know about this novel to request a review copy. Still haven’t read it, though, because I’m garbage.
The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware: I’ve yet to read any Ruth Ware but I’ve heard good things, and I couldn’t resist picking up a copy of this novel when I discovered the main character is a con artist. It has a spooky house in Cornwall, so naturally I want to read it this autumn.
The Diviners by Libba Bray: I haven’t read any Libba Bray and that’s ridiculous. I’ve heard such good things about her work, and particularly this series, and it sounds like the perfect series to reach for during the spooky season.