Anticipated Books 2019

Hi guys, I hope you are all well. It’s the start of the new year, which means it’s time for me to share my anticipated books of 2019. I’ll warn you now that this is a long one, so grab a cup a tea or a snack :). There are a lot of new releases that I am excited for; some are sequels and others are first in a series or standalones. If a book is part of a series I’ve stated what number the book is in the series, so you know which books are sequels. Since there are a lot of them, I’m not going to go into detail about any of them otherwise this would be a very long post. Instead I’ve linked to each books goodreads page, as well as linked to Waterstones or Wordery using my affiliate links if you guys want to preorder any of them. One last thing before we get started, releases dates are subject to change so the dates shown below may change. The dates used are right as of posting this in the beginning of January but it is possible that some may be pushed back – dates are of UK releases.  Let’s get started.
July & August:
September – December:
  • The Comb with the Two Headed Dragon / Book 3 / William Andrews
  • Harp of Kings / Juliet Marillier / GR
  • The Last Emperox / Book 3 / John Scalzi / GR
  • Unconquerable Sun / Kate Elliott / GR
  • Untitled / Book 3 / Ken Liu / GR
  • Untitled / Book 3 / Nicholas Eames / GR
  • Untitled / Book 3 / David Mealing 
As you can see there are a lot of exciting books releases this year, and I’m sure more will be added to this list as the year progresses. These are the ones I’m aware of and excited for but I’m sure I’ve missed some. What are you most anticipated books of 2019? I’d love to know. I hope you are all having a wonderful day and I will see you next time.

7 thoughts on “Anticipated Books 2019

  1. Oh, a new series by Kate Elliott? I wish she would continue the ‘Black Wolves’ series instead 😀

    And a new Juliet Marillier series – Yay, I didn’t know that was coming, sounds intriguing!

    I’m waiting for the next McClellan as well now – finished ‘Wrath of Empire’ yesterday


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