With Bated Breath: November New Releases

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November 6, 2013 by Heidi

With Bated Breath November

After the whirlwind of publishing that is September and October, we’re finally settling down into those quiet winter months.  Which means that this months interest list is short and sweet!  I actually think the title I’m most excited for this month is the non-fiction, Princesses Behaving Badly, but then I still haven’t read Angelfall.  Also, the trailers for Gail Carriger’s series are fantastic and totally worth a watch.

November 5th

WBB November 1

The Naturals by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Twinmaker by Sean Williams
Cold Spell by Jackson Pearce
Curtsies and Conspiracies by Gail Carriger

WBB November 2

Burning Paradise by Robert Charles Wilson
Engines of the Broken World by Jason Vanhee
Champion by Marie Lu
The Creature Department by Robert Paul Wilson

November 12th

WBB November 3

The Pentrals by Crystal Mack
Hostage Three by Nick Lane
Afterglow by Karsten Knight
Extracted by Sherry D. Ficklin

November 12th/19th

WBB November 4

Hild by Nicola Griffith 
The Twistrose Key by Tone Almhiell
World After by Susan Ee
Princess Behaving Badly by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie

What are you most looking forward to this November?
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4 comments »

  1. I feel like publishing always settles down after September and October, only to pick up with a bang in January. In fact, the only book that’s releasing this month and I know I’ll read the moment it hits the shelves is World After, so maybe I’ll finally get more required reading finished! 😉

  2. This month, I am really looking forward to Burning Paradise, Hostage Three, and The Twistrose Key. I had not heard of Princesses Behaving Badly before this, but now I am interested. I’m going to wait and see what kind of reviews pop up first though!

  3. Oh, hey, Niccola Griffith! I’m definitely picking up HILD.

  4. Leandra says:

    Yikes, Engines of the Broken World didn’t have a particularly creepy cover- until I saw the thing under the stairs! So many good books due out soon!

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