Top Ten Tuesday: 2017 Releases

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Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday (formerly a Top Five Friday/Top Ten Friday)! I’m back in the blogging mood so I’m bringing back some weekly content to keep things interesting. This week’s topic: books released in 2017 I can’t wait to read. 

I’ve got a lot of to be read books, but I’ve narrowed it down to books coming out this year. 

I’ve been looking forward to Dawn Study since I finished Night Study last February. Snyder’s Soulfinders series is a continuation of the Study series (and really part of the larger Chronicles of Ixia) and one I’m absolutely obsessed with. I will honestly read any book by her (and really have yet to be disappointed), especially those set in Ixia. A Conjuring of Light comes out in a few weeks and it’s another final book I can’t wait for. I’m not a huge pre-order person, but this is one book I’m definitely ordering beforehand.

I read the first two books of A Court of Thorns & Roses expecting to not like it or not be completely obsessed with it. Yeah that didn’t go as planned, I read both of those in a three day span so A Court of Wings and Ruin is definitely a must read. I’m a Riordan fan so The Dark Prophecy is a book I’m definitely looking forward too. I don’t care that these are geared towards younger readers – I love mythology and I love Riordan. I read Ahdieh’s The Wrath and the Dawn earlier this year and I’ve already got my eye on this Mulan inspired Flame in the Mist – here’s hoping my NetGalley request for an early copy gets approved!

I’ve read Kostova’s The Historian and The Swan Thieves (both of which I loved), so The Shadow Land has some shoes to fill. The next four books popped up on various 2017 release lists and in most cases I’m not familiar with the authors. I love discovering new authors, series and exploring genre’s I don’t read all too often so Empress of A Thousand Skies by Rhoda Belleza, The River at Night by Erica Ferencik, Idaho by Emily Ruskovich, and Poison’s Kiss by Breeana Shields will hopefully add some diversity to my reading list for the year.


{and what other 2017 books should I have on my radar?!}


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