Today, I’m going to be talking about my most anticipated releases of November, of which there are only four because there are barely any books out (to the best of my knowledge, anyway!). Onto the post!
The Girl, the Cat and the Navigator by Matilda Woods– as I write this, my review copy has just arrived and I’m very excited to read it soon. It sounds so charming and lovely, and I’m looking forward to mythology playing a part in the story, as well as the sea setting and a prominent animal (I’m presuming the cat will be prominent anyway, given the title).
The Punk Factor by Rebecca Denton– while I’ve not read her second book yet, I enjoyed Rebecca Denton’s debut a huge amount, so I’m looking forward to this. I’m slightly apprehensive ad I’ve heard it’s darker than its predecessors are, but I’m hoping for a similar sense of humour as that was my absolute favourite part of This Beats Perfect.
Frostfire by Jamie Smith– this is an MG adventure, and we all know that I love a good MG adventure. This is about a girl chosen for the honour of bonding with a frostliver, and what happens when she’s trapped on the mountain that she’s climbed to do this on by an avalanche. It sounds like a perfect wintry read, and I look forward to seeing how the hell the heroine will get out of such a difficult sounding situation. I’m also very excited to see which of the cover options I get, as there’s one for both frost and fire- I’m hoping for red I think.
Explorers on Witch Mountain by Alex Bell– the first book in this series (Polar Bear Explorers’ Club) was one of my favourite books last year, and I’m so excited to read this. I cannot wait to learn more about the amazing world it’s set in and see more aspects of it, see the absolutely lovely characters who formed the main quartet of the first book (most especially Beanie!) and follow them on an adventure I’m sure will be even more exciting and enthralling than their first.
What books are you anticipating in November? I’d love to hear about them in the comments!