April Most Anticipated New Releases

New month, new books! Find out what will be out in stores this April.

Release Date: April 5 2016

Flamecaster (Shattered Realms #1) by Cinda Williams Chima | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: the first book in a series.

Category | Genre: Young Adult | High Fantasy

I have yet to read any book from Cinda Williams Chima, but I kept hearing how good they are. This book is set in the Seven Realms world, a generation later so if you’re a fan of this book – or Chima – you might want to get this book.

Tell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan | GOODREADS PAGE


Stand-alone or series: stand-alone

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Urban Fantasy, Retellings

If you’ve been following this blog for some time, you might have realize that one of my favorite book ever is The Demon’s Lexicon by Sarah Rees Brennan. Now, Sarah is back with her retelling of A Tale of Two Cities, sets in alternate New York City. I have actually read this book (surprising got approved for an ARC on netgalley) so stay tuned for my review. Either way, I’m pretty sure this book is worth buying for the gorgeous cover alone.

Release Date: April 12 2016

Lady Renegades (Rebel Belle #3) by Rachel Hawkins | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: the last book in the series

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy, Paranormal, Humor

Upon browsing FictFact, I realized that I haven’t read the second book in the Rebel Belle series *facepalm* I think it’s as good time as any to continue reading this series, yes? To be honest, I was quite obsessed with Hawkins’ Hex Hall series, but Rebel Belle didn’t evoke the same kind of obsession. However, if you want a funny, entertaining read of paranormal fantasy sprinkled with romance, you could always depend on Rachel Hawkins.

The Glittering Court (The Glittering Court #1) by Richelle Mead | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: the first book in The Glittering Court series

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy, Paranormal, Historical (?)

Richelle Mead is one prolific author, for sure. After releasing a standalone, Soundless, last November, Mead returns to series with The Glittering Court. The summary promises The Selection meets Reign (which I believe is a historical TV series-correct me if I’m wrong). I’m always up for a good historical read, so I might give this book a chance.

Release Date: April 26 2016

The Raven King (#4 in Raven Cycle) by Maggie Stiefvater | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: The final installment in the Raven Cycle

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy, Paranormal

Many people have been freaking out about this book. Me? I plan to read the whole series after the fourth book is out so I could binge-read them. I hope this book turns out well for the sake of the fans!

The Rose and the Dagger (The Wrath and the Dawn #2) by Renee Ahdieh | GOODREADS PAGE

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Stand-alone or series: the second book in the series

Category | Genre: Young Adult | Fantasy, Retellings

I now own the first book and I’ll be reading it next month in anticipation of The Rose and the Dagger. I am excited for this book, although I cannot tell you what it is about since I didn’t read the synopsis (avoiding spoilers for the first book). I’m quite sure it’s a continuation of the 1001 nights retelling in the first book, but never mind that, it might be a retelling of Ultraman and I’ll still be reading that.

Are you ready for this book?

Let me know, which books are your most anticipated releases for April?

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6 thoughts on “April Most Anticipated New Releases

  1. Binge-reading the Raven Cycle will be heavenly, I promise. It’s soooo gooood! But you’ll also love The Wrath and the Dawn. It’s kind of impossible not to. Oh, you’re in for so many treats!! Best of luck to you! 😀

  2. To be honest, the prequels of some of the books here that are a part of a series have been on my TBR for so long now! Rebel Belle has been sitting on my book shelf for a long time now. I heard Miss Mayhem wasn’t as great. I hope the third book will compensate for it though. 😀

    1. Me too, Trisha! Haha. It’s kind of embarassing to include books from series I haven’t been following into my most anticipated list, but I genuinely want to read them so yeah. lol.
      I wasn’t the biggest fan of Rebel Belle, but it has its moments. Hex Hall was better though, have you read that series?

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