Saturday, July 15, 2017

Notable Releases: 7/9-7/15

Here are all the notable releases from this past week that are on my radar. There are quite a few of them this week...


The Great Library Book 2: Ash and Quill by Rachel Caine

I have only just devoured the first two books in this series in the past two months and holy crap do I love it. I can't wait to read this one as the second book left off in...quite a place. For some reason I thought it was a trilogy, but it turns out, we're getting two more books! ;does a jig;

Waste of Space by Gina Damico

Damico always has such interesting ideas and this one is no exception: future reality show featuring teenagers on a space-ship.

Stoker and Holmes Book 4: The Carnelian Crow by Colleen Gleason

New Stoker and Holmes! New Stoker and Holmes! And it looks like we're getting a fifth one!

Girl at Midnight Book 3: The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey

An entertaining series comes to what I hope will be a satisfying end.

Because You Love to Hate Me anthology by various authors

I'm in this for the awesome idea. I don't really care about all this drama people keep making about this book. Because it's just that: Drama.

Adult Fiction

What We Lose by Zinzi Clemmons

Literary debut that has been getting tons of buzz.

Loom Saga Book 2: The Dragons of Nova by Elise Kova

I'll say one thing for this series: it's not making you wait. The first book came out in January. Looks like the third is coming out in December.

The Witches of New York by Ami McKay

Canadian book that is just getting released in the US and it features witches in New York City so I'm basically sold.

Two Nights by Kathy Reichs

Interesting looking new thriller from the author of the Temperance Brennan series (aka the inspiration for the Bones TV show).

Bannerless Saga Book 1: Bannerless by Carrie Vaughn

After saying goodbye to the Kitty Norville series (still need to get caught up on that...) Vaughn tackles mysteries in a dystopian/sci-fi world. I'm in.


Coming of Age: The Sexual Awakening of Margaret Mead by Deborah Beatriz Blum

Interesting looking biography about one of the first female anthropologists.

Policing the Black Man edited by Angela J. Davis

A collection of essays that talk about various issues such as racial profiling, history of racism in the criminal justice system etc.

Graphic Novels/Manga

Daring New Adventures of Supergirl Vol. 2
Birthright Vol. 5
Drifter Vol. 4: Remains
Hulk Vol. 1: Deconstructed

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