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June 25, 2024


most anticipated books coming out in the next six months
posted by soe 1:39 am

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday from That Artsy Reader Girl asks us to share the books we’re most looking forward to that come out between July and December. Other than Rainbow’s and Maehrer’s books, I’ve not included any I listed last week, but I did have to cheat and expand the list to 11:

  1. Rainbow Rowell’s Slow Dance
  2. Apprentice to the Villain by Hannah Nicole Maehrer
  3. Somewhere Beyond the Sea by T.J. Klune
  4. The Frindle Files by Andrew Clements
  5. S.J. Bennett’s A Death in Diamonds
  6. A Witch’s Guide to Magical Innkeeping by Sanju Mandanna
  7. The Witching Wind by Natalie Lloyd
  8. Naomi Novik’s Buried Deep and Other Stories
  9. The Message by Ta-Nehisi Coates
  10. The Bletchley Riddle by Ruta Sepetys and Steve Sheinkin
  11. Erin Sterling’s The Wedding Witch

How about you? What’s coming out during the second half of 2024 that you can’t wait to get your hands on?

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Apprentice to the Villain is on my list too think week.

Comment by Ellie 06.25.24 @ 4:04 am

I have the Klune and Mandanna on my list too!

Comment by Erin @ Cracker Crumb Life 06.25.24 @ 6:59 am

The Bletchly Riddle sounds like it will be right up my alley.

Comment by Lauren @ Always Me 06.25.24 @ 11:52 am

Apprentice to the Villain and A Witch’s Guide to Magical Innkeeping are popular titles this week. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier.
Pam @ Read! Bake! Create!
https://readbakecreate.com/late-2024-most-anticipated-canadian-releases/

Comment by Pam @ Read! Bake! Create! 06.25.24 @ 1:20 pm

I’d like to read some of Naomi Novik’s work. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

Comment by Poinsettia 06.25.24 @ 3:45 pm

I’m really excited for THE BLETCHLEY RIDDLE. It sounds excellent. I love Sepetys 🙂 I hope you enjoy all these!

Happy TTT!

Susan
http://www.blogginboutbooks.com

Comment by Susan (Bloggin' 'bout Books) 06.25.24 @ 4:13 pm

The Bletchley Riddle sounds intriguing, just based on the author and title!

I am looking forward to We Solve Murders by Richard Osman

Comment by Constance 06.27.24 @ 6:40 am



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