New Releases: November 2015

Another month has past and we are now only two month (61 days, you guys!) away from 2016.

Is it just me or is that a huge amount of craziness?

Maybe it is just me.

Here is the list of books i am excited about this month. 

November 3rd:
YA:
Hotel Ruby by Suzanne Young
This is a horror mystery YA book about a grand Hotel -Hotel Ruby (clearly title and all!), where Audrey arrives unplanned after her mothers death while being on her way to her completely unknown father. And apparently once you enter this hotel you can't leave. 
If that doesn't want to make you read this, then you are not someone that likes mysteries! And mix horror into that, yes please!



Ten Thousand Skies above you by Claudia Gray 
I have not yet read part one of this series (Trilogy? I have no idea) but i love the covers of this book series. And i want to read those books. And i do prefer to wait until at least two books are out, so that i don't have to wait quite as long if i really need to read the next book. 
This is the second book in a series so go read what the first book is about to know what this is about. I won't tell you!


Adult:

Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende
My mother loves Allende. I have never read a book by her. This sounds interesting because it is set in 1939 after Poland fell to the Nazis, about a young girl whose parents send her away to live somewhere save with her aunt in San Francisco. Who doesn't want to read a book about 1939 San Francisco? 



Avenue of Mysteries by John Irving
This book is about an older man who takes a trip to the Philippines and what kind of dreams and memories come up during those travels. It is an adult contemporary that is not about sex, or love or any of that stuff. And that makes it interesting to me. Also the cover with all those dogs? Very cute. just saying. 



Along the Infinite Sea by Beatriz Williams
This is a Historical fiction about three sisters and their problems during the fall of 1966. I doN't know me about this book. And honestly? I don't really want to. I kind of just love the cover and it is about 1966 and a sister that does something with cars. No more information needed. Just saying. 


Wolf Winter by Cecilia Ekbäck
Swedish Lapland in 1717, where a family of native Finlands hope to forget their past and put down new roots in the harsh but very beautiful land. But while herding the family's goats on the mountain, the daughter finds a mutilated boy of one of their neighbors. And with that the strange events start to happen. 
This is another mystery/thriller book. And i love those. Also the cover? Really nice and spooky. I think so at least. 



The Traitor by Sydney Horler
This is a thriller that is set in 1918 in Paris. It is about disclosed British military secrets, and a young Frenchwoman. And yeah... i have no idea what else because honestly thrillers are read best when you don't know too much about it, i think. And hearing that it has military secrets in it and takes place in Europe? I am sold. 

November 5th: 
Adult: 

Playing with Fire by Tess Gerritsen 
Another Mystery/Thriller/crime book. what can i say? I love those kinds of books and i read only bad ones the last few months and want to finally read good ones again, so i am trying a few different ones. And i read one book by Gerritsen before and i really enjoyed her thriller writing style in that book. So i why not try her news one?
This is about a beautiful violinist that finds a strange antique shop in Rome, where she picks up a very old piece of music. Overtime she plays the piece, she blacks out and wakes up to find her young daughter implicated in acts of surprising violence. 
There is more to the summary, but i don't want to know more, because murder inspiring music? Yeah enough said. 


November 10th:
YA:

Winter #4 of the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer
This is - i think at least - the last book in the Lunar Chronicles series and since i read Ciner and Scarlet and plan to read Cress very soon, i do want to read Winter. I hope my Library gets it so i don't have to buy it. But depending on how much i like Cress i might buy it. Anyways. It comes out this month. So here it is on this list of new releases for this month. 
I will not tell you what this book is about because it is the fourth book in a series!



Soundless by Richelle Mead
I never read a Richelle Mead book before. And this is a stand alone. And has not even 300 pages. So i think i will try this book by her and see how i like her writing style before I start her many many books series. 
This is about a girl, Fei, who can only remember that there was no sound in her village. And when the villagers begin to lose their sight as well, the entire existence of Fei, her home and her village is plunged into a crisis. When Fei wakes up by a string noise, the sound becomes her weapon. 

All of that sound interesting. And it is a book about some kind of asian area. I do enjoy those. And it just sounds interesting, with being soundless and then sightless. It just sounds different. And who doesn't love a different book? 


Adult: 

If you dare - A. R. Torre
This is the third book in the Deanna Madden series(?) but i think it can also be read as a stand alone. For one the cover is very interesting. 
And then the summary starts with: 
"The rules are the same. I can't open the door. I can't leave. I can't kill anyone."
I mean really? Give me that book!


November 15th: 
YA: 

For the Record by Charlotte Huang 

This is a Debut Novel about love, friendships and music. About Chelsa who thought she became a rockstar, until she actually was one and didn't know what to do with herself anymore. This just sounds fantastic. And i want to read it. 

November 17th: 
Adult:

Sky Lantern by Matt Mikalatos
This is a book about a man that gets a letter send through a Sky Lantern from a girl that lost her father. As a father himself, he finds it impossible not to try and help the clearly sad girl. Trying to help heal her or just make sure that she knows how much fathers love their children. 
this is as far as i know a real story. And i just think it sounds interesting to learn more about the love fathers have for their children.


November 24th: 

Thing Explainer by Randall Munroe
This book is just something fun. And wonderful. It is all about explaining everyday things in simple words. It is an entire book full of explanations that we have words for. Such as Microwave that is explained in a different simple way. Or it says the things you use to steer a plane instead of cockpit controls. And who doesn't want that kind of book in their live?



So those are all the books i am excited about this month. 
What are some of yours?

Do i have some of those you want to read on here as well? Or did i leave your most anticipated book of?

Let me know. 



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