TTT: Most Anticipated Releases of the Second Half of 2019

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish that now has a new home at That Artsy Reader Girl.

I don’t know why I ever write these TBR posts, because I don’t stick to them and that makes me feel disappointed in myself. In a similar anticipated releases post for the first half of the year, I mentioned a lot of books but have only managed to read three books till date. So, I dont have a lot of hope for the books in this list either, but these are some I’m very excited to read and would love to share with you.

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Reading Silva’s Gabriel Allon book is almost like an yearly ritual now and after the very significant events that took place in The Other Woman, I’m very interested to know what’s going to happen next.

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Dance of Thieves was one of my top favorite reads of last year and I am very very interested to know the conclusion of this story.

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After that amazing book and mind blowing ending that was A Spark of White Fire, I would give anything to read this sequel right now. And I’m very sure this is going to be exceptional as well.

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The author Mackenzi Lee who managed to delight me with her two previous novels; Loki, one of my favorite characters from the MCU – the combination of these two just feels like it will be awesome and highly entertaining, and I can’t wait to experience that.

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A desi YA romcom with a matchmaking trope, I am sure this will give me all kinds of feels and I’m totally ready for it.

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Julian’s debut Running With Lions was a total pleasure to read, and I’m very interested to see what kind of coming-of-age story he comes up with this time around.

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First of all, that cover is terrific. And the idea of a school banning books and a student who creates an underground to provide the same books to her classmates, strikes right at the heart of any avid reader and I can’t wait to read this wonderful tale.

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I’m a huge fan of anthologies, and this one seems perfect for me – stories and poems and art about embracing fatness and body positivity – this might just make me feel more confortable in my own body.

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I definitely don’t need a reason to read a Leigh Bardugo book, and despite hating this cover and the premise of the book not being entirely my cup of tea, I know I will be reading this book the day of it’s release.

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Heaven, Hell, Librarians and books whose characters can come out of them and wreak havoc on the world – doesn’t that sound spectacular. And I’m all for it.

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Another anthology by marginalized creators about the little ways in which we can resist the oppression and discrimination in this world – this book sounds brilliant and I’ve already been waiting for it for a long time and there’s so many more months to go.


Are any of these books on your TBR? Have you already read any advance copies of these books? Let me know your thoughts and I would love to discuss more…

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    1. Library of the Unwritten really feels awesome… I hope it lives up to our expectations 😃😃😃
      I can’t understand the excitement for the snake covers.. I feel so scared and creeped out 😜😜😜

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  1. SUCH A GREAT POST!!! When I saw that The Dance of Thieves has a sequel coming out I actually freaked because I’ve been meaning to read that book for such a looongggg time!! and obviously yes to Ninth House – I’m kind of scared to read it because I really want to like it!!!

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  2. Remy Cameron, ninth house and the library of the unwritten are all on my 2019 shelf on goodreads. Although not of them made it into my list. There just so many amazing books coming out!

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