5 Anticipated Fall Fantasy Releases

I don’t know about you, but one thing I am excited for is the long list of fall releases. Here are five of the most anticipated fantasy releases for this fall!

I don’t know about you guys, but one thing I am excited for is the long list of fall releases. Here are five of the most anticipated fantasy releases for this fall!

 

1. Blood and honey

 

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Blood and Honey the sequel to Shelby Mahurin’s hit book Serpent and Dove which came out in 2019. After narrowly escaping with their lives, Reid and Lou are back in this long-anticipated sequel. In this second book we find things beginning where they ended in Serpent and Dove. Lou, Reid, Ansel, and Coco are all on the run, leaving the lives they knew behind. The group knows that the only way for them to survive is to find allies. Will their new relationships save them? Or destroy them in the process? You can get Blood and Honey when it comes out September 1, 2020.

 

 

2. Fable

 

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Fable by Adrienne Young is a story that follows the 17-year-old Fable, who has found her lifelong home in the sea. As the daughter of a powerful trader named Saint, she has known to follow the rules of the sea, one of which being to never reveal anything important about you. Any information can be used against you when it comes to living on the sea.

After surviving the shipwreck that took the life of her mother, Saint left Fable on an island to fend for herself. For 4 years, Fable has been stuck on this island, always having to look over her shoulder, fighting to survive on her own. The only thing that has kept her going is the possibility of getting off this island and finding her father to assume her rightful role on his crew. Once the opportunity presents itself, Fable puts her trust in a young trader named West and his ragtag crew to take her to where she needs to go. Will Fable be able to keep her secrets? Or will they be revealed? You can get Fable when it comes out September 1, 2020.

 

 

3. A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire

 

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A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire is the sequel to Jennifer L. Armentrout’s From Blood and Ash. After learning that her entire life is a lie and that the man she knew as Hawke is really the Dark One that everyone fears, Poppy tries to navigate what to do next. Poppy wants so desperately to be able to trust him, but how can she? For now, Poppy is stuck as a prisoner to Casteel (The Dark One), but she will not go down without a fight. You can get A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire when it comes out September 1, 2020.

 

 

4. The Brightest Night

 

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The Brightest Night by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the third book in the Origin series. After going on the run from the government, Evelyn finds herself under the protection of her otherworldly boyfriend Luc. With the truth about her past and what she is coming to light Evelyn can’t help but fear for what is to come. She will do anything to protect the ones that she loves, but at what cost? You can catch The Brightest Night when it comes out October 20, 2020.

 

5. Crush

 

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Crush by Tracy Wolff is the sequel to the hit book Crave, bringing readers back into the magical Katmere Academy. After leaving us with a gripping cliffhanger wondering what has happened to Grace, we now know that Hudson is back for vengeance. Jaxon and Grace’s love is put to the test when dark forces threaten their lives and their love. Will Grace be able to protect the ones that she loves and survive her time at Katmere? You can catch Crave when it comes out September 29, 2020.

I hope that you guys enjoy these reads as much as I know I will!

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