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Top Ten Tuesday: Anticipated releases in the rest of 2016

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This is a post for Top Ten Tuesday, hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. You can find out more and follow along there!

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Ghost Talkers by Mary Robinette Kowal (July)

This Savage Song by Victoria Schwab (July)

The Smaller Evil by Stephanie Kuehn (August)

The Left-Handed Fate by Kate Milford (August)

The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron (September)

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Everfair by Nisi Shawl (September)

Iron Cast by Destiny Soria (October)

The Singing Bones by Shaun Tan (October)

Crosstalk by Connie Willis (October)

Spindle by E.K. Johnston (December)

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Honorable mention:

Leave Me Alone by Vera Brosgol (September)

Return Fire by Christina Diaz Gonzalez (September)

Cloudbound by Fran Wilde (September)

Cloudwish by Fiona Wood (October)

Secret of a Heart Note by Stacey Lee (December)

EDIT: I somehow managed to entirely leave out one of my most anticipated releases, A Little Taste of Poison by RJ Anderson, which is a sequel to last year’s marvelous A Pocket Full of Murder.

By Maureen LaFerney

My name is Maureen. I currently work as a library assistant in a public library in the Indianapolis area, and also just so happen to be a voracious reader. I frequently end up under a cat.

10 replies on “Top Ten Tuesday: Anticipated releases in the rest of 2016”

I still haven’t read a book by Sharon Cameron. I have Rook checked out from the library. It’s on its last renewal. Hopefully I will get to it this week before I have to return it.

EVERFAAAAAAAAAAIR! Of all the books slated to come out this entire year, leaving out I suppose The Raven King which isn’t a fair competitor anyway because it’s a sequel, Everfair is the book I’m most excited about. When I first heard about it, I was telling my mother about it the next day, and it sounded so much up my alley that I was suddenly afraid I’d just dreamed that such a book existed. But no. It is very real and I cannot wait.

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