What’s new this month

The year’s wrapping up! This will be my last 2015 preview. December is quiet (for the genres I watch, anyway) and it’s full of holiday events, friends, and family. Although I’ll still be posting book reviews and a year-in-review summary for December, for now, these are the final recommendations I have for this year! Here are the books I’m looking forward to this November:

11/3 – Hotel Ruby – by Suzanne YoungHotel Ruby

Audrey and her brother arrive at the hotel after their mother’s death and quickly find plenty of distractions. But the biggest distraction becomes a mystery when they can’t get an invite to the evening balls. As Audrey learns more about the hotel’s dark past, she becomes more and more drawn to the handsome Elias and the hotel itself. This strikes me as an atmospheric novel with the potential to be deliciously suspenseful!

More info here: Goodreads and Barnes & Noble

Winter11/10 – Winter – by Marissa Meyer

The epic conclusion to the Lunar Chronicles quartet is finally here! This series of steampunk/sci-fi fairy tale retellings has been amazing, and I’m both excited and sad that it ends now. We’ve met Cinder, the cyborg mechanic; Scarlet, a farmer’s granddaughter and skilled pilot; Cress, held captive in a satellite so long her hair takes up most of the room, but she’s a good computer hacker; and now we’ll meet Winter, the scarred and beautiful stepdaughter of the evil Lunar Queen, Levana. I can’t wait to see what happens!

More info here: Goodreads and Barnes & Noble

11/10 – Soundless – by Richelle MeadSoundless

Fei has lived her whole life in an isolated, silent village, dependent on the outside world for supplies. But when the delicate balance of her world shifts and villagers begin going blind and facing starvation, Fei knows something must change. When sound shakes her village, she knows it’s time to act. I don’t know what to expect with this story, but it’s based on Chinese folklore and I can’t wait to find out more!

More info here: Goodreads and Barnes & Noble


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