Anticipated Fall 2020 Releases!

I used to only occasionally make anticipated releases posts, but I really like this 3-month chunk format, so I think I will continue doing it this way! My loose definitions for the seasons are:
– Fall (October -December)
-Winter (January-March)
-Spring (April-June)
-Summer (July-August)

A Deadly Education (Scholomance #1) by Naomi Novik (September 29th)

I already put this on a previous list, but it hasn’t come out yet, so here it is again! I didn’t love Uprooted by this author, but the premise of this one sounds very cool!

A Snowfall of Silver by Laura Wood (October 1st)

Laura Wood writes the historical fiction I want to read, so I am so excited for this one! I’m not totally sure what it’s about, but I loved her previous two books, so I trust her.

Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade (October 6th)

A cute romance about fanfiction and featuring a plus-sized lady on the cover? SIGN ME UP.

The Lives of Saints by Leigh Bardugo (October 6th)

I’m interested to see how this book will be, actually. Companion books like this generally aren’t my thing, but it looks gorgeous.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab (October 6th)

I was purposefully avoiding this book because I really did not care for The Shades of Magic series, but after reading the synopsis…this book sounds very cool.

Lightbringer (The Empirium Trilogy #3) by Claire Legrand (October 13th)

This series is just so entertaining to me! It’s not my favorite or anything, but it’s addicting.

God Storm (Shadow Frost #2) by Coco Ma (October 20th)

I read Shadow Frost recently, and while I had mixed feelings, I did enjoy where it went in the end, so I would definitely be curious to read more from the series eventually.

The Tea Dragon Tapestry (Tea Dragon #3) by Katie O’Neill (October 27th)

Anything Katie O’Neill writes/illustrates, I will read. Her stories are so soft, inclusive, and meaningful!

Send Me Their Souls (Bring Me Their Hearts #3) by Sara Wolf (November 3rd)

I am a little peeved about the re-covers of this series, but I am still SOO excited for this conclusion! This is an underrrated favorite of mine.

The Camelot Betrayal (Camelot Rising #2) by Kiersten White (November 10th)

I thoroughly enjoyed The Guinevere Deception, so I am very much looking forward to this book! Arthurian retellings really hit the spot for me.

Rhythm of War (The Stormlight Archive #4) by Brandon Sanderson (November 17th)

Do I even need words for this one? I’m HYPED.

These Violent Delights (These Violent Delights #1) by Chloe Gong (November 17th)

I finally read the description for this one and it sounds GOOD, so onto the list it goes.

How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories (The Folk of Air #3.5) by Holly Black (November 24th)

I was reluctant about wanting to read this one because I was fine with the series being done, but I do love the series.

A Sky Beyond the Storm (An Ember in the Ashes #4) by Sabaa Tahir (December 1st)

Out of all the books on this list, I think that this one is going to hit me the most! I just care so much about these characters and I want them to be happy, but based on what Sabaa has said, who knows what will happen!

When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain (The Singing Hills Cycle #2) by Nghi Vo (December 8th)

I really enjoyed Nghi’s first book, so I am very curious to see what else she does in this world!


15 books in 3 months! I will definitely not be getting to all of these soon, which is sad because I am really excited for them all. At least having a lull in December releases means that I can at least catch up a little bit.

What books are you looking forward to for the rest of the year?

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5 thoughts on “Anticipated Fall 2020 Releases!

    1. I read Oathbringer a few months ago, but I’m definitely going to need to brush up on what happened lol! Honestly, props to you if do a reread, they take me forever to read, so a reread is probably far out in the future for me lol

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      1. I remember the audiobooks were 40 hours each, I’ll be faster reading it the regular way, but yes it will be a commitment, and we’ll see if I’ll get to it. 😀

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