2023’s New Fantasy Releases
Written by Eva
Whether you are someone who has made a New Year's resolution to read books and the last book you remember enjoying was Harry Potter, or are generally into reading and interested in the fantasy genre, I have prepared a list of exciting new fantasy book releases this year for you.
by Holly Black
We are back in Elphame a couple years after the Battle of the Serpent on an adventure with Wren and Oak. Childhood friends as well as faeries unable to lie with many secrets that make up many plot twists. I highly recommend this book to fans of Cruel Prince, but bear in mind Jude or Cardan do not appear in the story, however they are mentioned frequently and will play a big part in the second book, as this series is set to be a duology.
by Ivelisse Housman
This story follows two twin sisters,who are as different as day and night. Our main character is on the autistic spectrum which adds something new to the fantasy genre. The book has great world building and makes you want to keep reading. The author is also autistic, which helps bring Iselia (the main character) to life.
by Leight Bardugo
This is a continuation of the book Ninth House with its "circles of hell” theme. This story follows Galaxy "Alex" Stern. If you enjoy Leight Bardugo's style of writing, such as in Shadow and Bone or Six of Crows, you are likely to have a good time reading this book.
Emily Wilde's Encyclopaedia of Faeries
By Heather Fawcett
Emily Wilde is a Cambridge professor who has never really fit in and enjoys the presence of her books and pet. In this book she sets off on a magical journey, discovering the hidden beings of her world.
Mysteries of Thorn Manor
by Margaret Rogerson
A novella and sequel to Sorcery of Thorns, a lightweight feel-good read with plot that isn’t very drastic, but is more focused on the relationship between Nathaniel and Elisabeth. The Thorn Manor is full of magic and sorcery yet to be discovered. I personally read this book and rated it five stars because of how well it fits with the main story from the first book, the ending of which it’s made even better, in my opinion.
Chain of Thorns
by Cassandra Clare
Are you a big fan of the Shadowhunter world and have already read all the books? Don't worry, Cassandra Clare's got you with a new one. However if you've never heard of the Shadowhunters you ought to start from the beginning with City of Bones as I am also yet to do.
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