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My Most Anticipated November Releases:

Hello and welcome to my most anticipated releases of November. I’m back to my usual top five this month after picking ten over the last two release heavy months.

Queen Of Nothing comes out soon and I literally can not wait for it! My top five are always the first books in new series or standalones but if that wasn’t the case it would definitely feature at the top of this page. I prefer to keep all sequels separate however. But anyway, on to this month’s book releases.

The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Zachary Ezra Rawlins is a graduate student in Vermont when he discovers a mysterious book hidden in the stacks. As he turns the pages, entranced by tales of lovelorn prisoners, key collectors, and nameless acolytes, he reads something strange: a story from his own childhood. Bewildered by this inexplicable book and desperate to make sense of how his own life came to be recorded, Zachary uncovers a series of clues–a bee, a key, and a sword–that lead him to a masquerade party in New York, to a secret club, and through a doorway to an ancient library, hidden far below the surface of the earth. What Zachary finds in this curious place is more than just a buried home for books and their guardians–it is a place of lost cities and seas, lovers who pass notes under doors and across time, and of stories whispered by the dead. Zachary learns of those who have sacrificed much to protect this realm, relinquishing their sight and their tongues to preserve this archive, and also those who are intent on its destruction. Together with Mirabel, a fierce, pink-haired protector of the place, and Dorian, a handsome, barefoot man with shifting alliances, Zachary travels the twisting tunnels, darkened stairwells, crowded ballrooms, and sweetly-soaked shores of this magical world, discovering his purpose–in both the mysterious book and in his own life.

Winterwood by Shea Ernshaw

Be careful of the dark, dark wood . . .

Especially the woods surrounding the town of Fir Haven. Some say these woods are magical. Haunted, even.

Rumored to be a witch, only Nora Walker knows the truth. She and the Walker women before her have always shared a special connection with the woods. And it’s this special connection that leads Nora to Oliver Huntsman—the same boy who disappeared from the Camp for Wayward Boys weeks ago—and in the middle of the worst snowstorm in years. He should be dead, but here he is alive, and left in the woods with no memory of the time he’d been missing.

But Nora can feel an uneasy shift in the woods at Oliver’s presence. And it’s not too long after that Nora realizes she has no choice but to unearth the truth behind how the boy she has come to care so deeply about survived his time in the forest, and what led him there in the first place. What Nora doesn’t know, though, is that Oliver has secrets of his own—secrets he’ll do anything to keep buried, because as it turns out, he wasn’t the only one to have gone missing on that fateful night all those weeks ago. 

The Guinevere Deception by Kiersten White

There was nothing in the world as magical and terrifying as a girl.

Princess Guinevere has come to Camelot to wed a stranger: the charismatic King Arthur. With magic clawing at the kingdom’s borders, the great wizard Merlin conjured a solution–send in Guinevere to be Arthur’s wife . . . and his protector from those who want to see the young king’s idyllic city fail. The catch? Guinevere’s real name–and her true identity–is a secret. She is a changeling, a girl who has given up everything to protect Camelot. 

To keep Arthur safe, Guinevere must navigate a court in which the old–including Arthur’s own family–demand things continue as they have been, and the new–those drawn by the dream of Camelot–fight for a better way to live. And always, in the green hearts of forests and the black depths of lakes, magic lies in wait to reclaim the land. Arthur’s knights believe they are strong enough to face any threat, but Guinevere knows it will take more than swords to keep Camelot free.

Deadly jousts, duplicitous knights, and forbidden romances are nothing compared to the greatest threat of all: the girl with the long black hair, riding on horseback through the dark woods toward Arthur. Because when your whole existence is a lie, how can you trust even yourself?

Queen Of The Conquered by Kacen Callender

Sigourney Rose is the only surviving daughter of a noble lineage on the islands of Hans Lollik. When she was a child, her family was murdered by the islands’ colonizers, who have massacred and enslaved generations of her people—and now, Sigourney is ready to exact her revenge.

When the childless king of the islands declares that he will choose his successor from amongst eligible noble families, Sigourney uses her ability to read and control minds to manipulate her way onto the royal island and into the ranks of the ruling colonizers. But when she arrives, prepared to fight for control of all the islands, Sigourney finds herself the target of a dangerous, unknown magic.

Someone is killing off the ruling families to clear a path to the throne. As the bodies pile up and all eyes regard her with suspicion, Sigourney must find allies among her prey and the murderer among her peers… lest she become the next victim.

The Blood Heir by Amélie Wen Zhao

In the Cyrilian Empire, Affinites are reviled. Their varied gifts to control the world around them are unnatural—dangerous. And Anastacya Mikhailov, the crown princess, has a terrifying secret. Her deadly Affinity to blood is her curse and the reason she has lived her life hidden behind palace walls.

When Ana’s father, the emperor, is murdered, her world is shattered. Framed as his killer, Ana must flee the palace to save her life. And to clear her name, she must find her father’s murderer on her own. But the Cyrilia beyond the palace walls is far different from the one she thought she knew. Corruption rules the land, and a greater conspiracy is at work—one that threatens the very balance of her world. And there is only one person corrupt enough to help Ana get to its core: Ramson Quicktongue

A cunning crime lord of the Cyrilian underworld, Ramson has sinister plans—though he might have met his match in Ana. Because in this story, the princess might be the most dangerous player of all.

November Sequels:

Hero by Michael Grant
Song Of The Crimson Flower by Julie C. Dao
Tears Of Frost by Bree Barton
Girls Of Storm And Shadow by Natasha Ngan
Find Me Their Bones by Sara Wolf
Supernova by Marissa Meyer
Call Down The Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater
Deadly Little Scandals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
The Toll by Neal Shusterman
Realm Of Ash by Tasha Suri
The Sky Weaver by Kristen Ciccarelli
The Queen Of Nothing by Holly Black
Starsight by Brandon Sanderson

Other November Releases That I’m Looking Forward To:

Sisters Of Shadow And Light by Sara B. Larson
Songs From The Deep by Kelly Powell
A Constellation Of Roses by Miranda Asebedo
Your Perfect Year by Charlotte Lucas
Poppy Redfern And The Midnight Murders by Tessa Arlen
Across A Broken Shore by Amy Trueblood
A Thousand Fires by Shannon Price
The How & The Why by Cynthia Hand
Every Stolen Breath by Kimberly Gabriel
Unnatural Magic by C.M. Waggoner
Crown Of Oblivion by Julie Eshbaugh
Coral by Sara Ella
Not The Girl You Marry by Andie J. Christopher
Day Zero by Kelly deVos
Now Entering Addamsville by Francesca Zappia
Eight Will Fall by Sarah Harian

As I said above Queen Of Nothing is the sequel that I’m most excited about and I can not wait to read it!!! Unfortunately that is the only series mentioned here that I’ve started so far. I do plan to read GOPAF soon though and, as I keep hearing about Scythe everywhere, hopefully I can get that series read fairly soon. I’d also love to start Julie C. Dao’s series too and… Well most of them tbh.

What are your most anticipated November releases? Have you read any of them yet; if so which would you most recommend? Let me know and, of course, I hope you all enjoy your reading.

25 thoughts on “My Most Anticipated November Releases:

  1. Ohh.. I’m really excited about The Starless Sea as well, mostly because the reviews that I’ve seen have been incredible. I know it is meant to be lyrical and whimsical so I think reading it when I am in the right mood will be important!!
    There also seems to be a lot of big sequels out this month as well which is exciting, I’m only up to date on one though!! haha!!
    I hope you enjoy Queen of Nothing, are you getting it straight away???

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    1. Yes it sounds really good (: I think it will be perfect to read snuggled up inside, probably with a hot chocolate, whilst its turning colder outside. (: I’m hoping I’ll get to read it soon as I’ve managed to order that into the library too (they had so many of the last two months releases!) but idk where I am on the list.
      Don’t worry, I’m only up to date with one too 😅 fingers crossed next year we’ll both be a bit more caught up with series.
      I’m definitely hoping to 😊 I guess whether I’ll get to read it right away will depend on how my library books are going though. But I’m definitely planning to read it as soon as possible because I’m so, so excited for it.

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      1. Ahh.. that all sounds divine 😍 and that is exactly what I want to do now!! 😂 Ooh.. Yay that’s good that your library is so up to date, I hope you read it soon and enjoy it!! 😊

        Haha I know!! Forever behind on book series 😂😂 hopefully 🤞🏼
        Aw.. I hope you get to read ASAP then and it lives up to your expectation!! 💕

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      2. I hope you get to then (: yeah it is good. They haven’t got everything that I’m super excited for but they definitely have a fair few atm to keep me busy 😅 thank you.
        Yep but I’m determined to catch up. And thanks again ❤️

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    1. I hope you enjoy them all 😊 I seriously can’t wait for Queen Of Nothing, I need to see how the series ends. And I’m really hoping to get started on the Scythe series soon as it sounds so good and it would definitely be nice to catch up with some series.

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    1. There really are. Although it is shorter than my last two lists 😅 next month is currently tiny in comparison. Yeah I’m the same, there are just so many that I want to read right away. The main one is Queen Of Nothing though. I hope you enjoy them all.

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  2. I think the only November release that I know for sure I’ll be reading is The Starless Seas! I’ve heard such amazing things! I was luck to read an arc of A Thousand Fires.. but unluckily, I hated it. Ugh, it’s my first 1 star in years. Nevertheless, I hope you enjoy it more than I do if you get to it!

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    1. I’ve heard good things too so hopefully we’ll both get to read it (I’ve requested it at the library but I have no idea how many other people did too) and love it 😊 ooh really? I’m so sorry to hear that. I’ve only had one 2 star book since I’ve started reviewing.

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    1. I requested it at the library a couple of weeks ago so I’m really hoping that it won’t be long until I get hold of a copy of it. I still need to read Night Circus but I have it as an ebook so if I love this new book as much as I’m expecting to I doubt it will be long before I pick that up too.
      I really hope it lives up to your expectations and that you have a wonderful time reading it.

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