Can’t Wait Wednesday — 10/16/19

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Can’t Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endingsbased on the meme Waiting on Wednesday by Breaking the Spine. In this weekly post people share a book that they’re excited about being released.

I have always loved reading these posts, looking forward at books that people can’t wait for. But I always find that I want a list and it is just one book. So I decided I would share three books that I can’t wait for. If you click on the title of the book it will take you to the book’s Goodreads page


diamond city by francesca flores.jpgDiamond City by Francesca Flores

Publication Date: January 28th, 2020

Welcome to Diamond City, where secret magic could save your life or get you killed.

Meet Aina Solís, whose wit is as sharp as her blade.

At twelve years old, Aina Solís was pulled off of the streets she slept on and trained to be one of the most feared assassins in Sumerand, a kingdom founded by immigrants and built by magic―and in recent years transformed by an industrial revolution. When Aina is given the most lucrative and dangerous job of her career―killing a wealthy industrialist named Kouta―she knows it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to leave her impoverished roots in her past once-and-for-all: the payout is enough to free her from under her boss Kohl’s thumb. But when the job goes wrong and Kouta escapes, she is left without a penny to her name and in the crosshairs of Kohl, who is eager to show the world what happens to those that fail him.

With Kohl on her heels, Aina is running out of time to find Kouta and finish what she started. But the closer she gets to killing him, the more she begins to ask the questions assassins are never meant to ask: who wants Kouta dead? And why? In a city full of half-constructed subway tunnels, hidden magical dens, secret weapons markets, and wolf-sized spiders, Aina discovers a conspiracy that could rewrite her city’s history and―if it isn’t stopped―sink her country into a catastrophic war.

I’ve had an ARC of this for a few weeks now, but it was truly brought to my attention after a friend of mine read it and compared it to Six of Crows and Mistborn. (Two of my favorite books.) Out of all of the ARCs that I currently have this is the one that I am currently most excited for.

the unspoken name by ak larkwood.jpgThe Unspoken Name by A.K. Larkwood

Publication Date: February 11th, 2020

What if you knew how and when you will die?

Csorwe does — she will climb the mountain, enter the Shrine of the Unspoken, and gain the most honored title: sacrifice.

But on the day of her foretold death, a powerful mage offers her a new fate. Leave with him, and live. Turn away from her destiny and her god to become a thief, a spy, an assassin—the wizard’s loyal sword. Topple an empire, and help him reclaim his seat of power.

But Csorwe will soon learn – gods remember, and if you live long enough, all debts come due.

The synopsis of this book was basically screaming my name. At the center of this story there is a mage and a main character who has to become a spy, thief and assassin. I am so thrilled to have an ARC of this book because I’m already really excited to read it.

the midnight lie by marie rutkoski.jpgThe Midnight Lie by Marie Rutkoski

Publication Date: March 3rd, 2020

Where Nirrim lives, crime abounds, a harsh tribunal rules, and society’s pleasures are reserved for the High Kith. Life in the Ward is grim and punishing. People of her low status are forbidden from sampling sweets or wearing colors. You either follow the rules, or pay a tithe and suffer the consequences.

Nirrim keeps her head down and a dangerous secret close to her chest.

But then she encounters Sid, a rakish traveler from far away who whispers rumors that the High Caste possesses magic. Sid tempts Nirrim to seek that magic for herself. But to do that, Nirrim must surrender her old life. She must place her trust in this sly stranger who asks, above all, not to be trusted.

Set in the world of the New York Times–bestselling Winner’s Trilogy, beloved author Marie Rutkoski returns with an epic LGBTQ romantic fantasy about learning to free ourselves from the lies others tell us—and the lies we tell ourselves.

While I am really interested in the synopsis of this book, it’s the author that grabbed me. I loved The Winner’s Curse and really need to catch up on that series, but the fact that Marie Rutkoski is coming out with a new book got me really excited.


Let’s Chat!

What books can you not wait for? Are you excited for the books I listed? Are you going to add any of these to your TBR? Have you read any of them yet? Have you read any other titles that any of these authors have written? Make sure to comment so we can talk about titles we can’t wait to read!

 

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    1. Always happy to add to someone else’s TBR mountain! Lol

      As for Diamond City… I dont want to go in with too high of hopes bc of the recent letdown that was Into the Crooked Place.. but I hope it compares to mistborn or six of crows

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  1. I feel like I’m betraying myself that I am just not grabbed by Diamond City. I know I should be but I’m not. It is odd. Unspoken Name we are on the same page about. And the last book just screams triggers.

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    1. I get why you might not want Midnight Lie. Sad that you dont want Diamond City. I feel like initially I questioned even getting an ARC but the more I hear about it the more interested I am. I just hope it doesn’t let me down like Into the Crooked Place did

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