Most Anticipated Books Of 2016



What it's December already?! 2015 went by so incredibly fast. The best thing about a new year, is of course new book! Today I will share all my most anticipated books with you, Make sure to share your most anticipated books of 2016 in the comments!







Passenger by Alexandra Bracken (January 5)

On a certain night, prodigy Etta Spencer is trust into an unknown world by an unknown stranger. One thing is certain: Ella didn't go miles, but years from home and she has inherited a legacy she knows nothing about...Until now. Nicholas Carter is happily living on the sea, free from the powerful family Ironwoods. Until an unknown passenger comes onto his ship and the Ironwoods claim there is a stolen object of great value that only his strange passenger can find. In order to protect her, he has to make sure she finds it and returns the object, whether she likes it or not. 


The two of them start a journey across centuries and continents, while trying to find clues left by the traveler who is willing to do anything to keep the object out of the Ironwoods hands. As the two get closer to the truth and the deadly game the Ironwoods are playing, treacherous forces threaten to separate Etta from Nicholas and from her path home.

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Truthwitch by Susan Dennard (January 5)

In a land devided in three empires, some people are born with the gift of witchery, a magical skill that sets them apart from others. In the Witchlands, there are as many witch types as ways to get in trouble.
Safiya is a truthwitch, which means she is able to tell truth from lie. It's a powerful sort of magic and many others would kill to have her on their side, especially amongst the nobility to which Safiya was born. She must keep het gift hidden to not be used as a weapon in the tensions between empires.
Iseult, a Threadwitch, can see invisible ties that bind and entangle lives around her. Her friendship with Safi has taken her from being an outcast, to going on an epic adventure. Both the girls just want to be free and live their lives the way they want to, but war is coming.


Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard (February 9)


Mare Barrow has red blood flowing through her veins, which means that she is not supposed to have powers like the silver blooded, but she has. Mare was born with the power to control lightning and it has turned her into a weapon the royal court tries to control.
The former crown prince and Mare manage to escape their public executions and flee to the place where the rebels hide. Mare now sets out on a journey to find more Red and Silver rebels to join their cause against the crown. King Maven is on her heels though, still trying to find her. 
On her path she finds herself struggling with not turning into the monster she is trying to defeat herself. 

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Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare (March 8)


In Lady Midnight we have yet again returned to the Shadowhunters world, this time following a Shadowhunter from the Los Angeles Institute, Emma. It has been five years since the events of the Mortal Instruments and Emma Carstairs has lost her parents. She has now made it her goal in life to find out what it was that killed her parents and seek revenge. 
Emma is raised with the Blackthorn family and is paired with her best friend Julian Blackthorn for Parabatai. A series of murders in the city catch her attention, they seem to be having the same death as her parents. Emma wonders if the murdered might be the same person. The Shadowhunters of the Institute have to race against time to catch the killers and at the same time, Emma finds herself falling in love with the one person is absolutely forbidden to love according to Shadowhunter law. Emma must now learn to trust her head and heart as she investigates the plot that stretches from the warlock nightclubs to the enchanted sea that pounds the beaches of Santa Monica.

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The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater (April 26)

This is the last book in the Raven Cycle and after waiting literally forever, we will finally find our how the story of Blue and her boys ends. All her life, all Blue has been warned that if she ever kisses her true love, she will kill him. It wasn't a big problem for Blue, she didn't believe in love. Now that she is on a quest to find the ancient King Glendower with her Raven Boys, she is not so sure anymore. 


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A Court Of Mist And Fury by Sarah J Maas (May 3)



Feyre has survived her impossible mission Under The Mountain and freed everybody from Amarantha's clutches. She now had the powers of a High Fae, but her heart will always remain human and it cannot forget the terrible deeds she had to perform in order to save Tamlin's people.
She also hasn't forgotten her bargain with Rhysand, the High Lord of the Night Court: He would heal her arm if she would live with him at the Night Court one week every month. Feyre is thrown into a web of politics, passion and amazing power, while a greater evil looms over the world. She might be the key to stopping it, but only if she learns to control her gifts that came with her new High Fae body.

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Throne Of Glass #5 by Sarah J Maas (September)



We don't know anything about the fifth installment in the Throne Of Glass series yet, but it is already my most anticipated book of the year. There isn't a summary either, but this is what I will be expecting from this book: Now that Aelin and her gang arrived home, she is going to take back her throne and do her duty as a Queen. In the mean time the threat of the Perrington with the Valg King inside of him is becoming bigger and bigger, and more Vlag are let into the world.

As you might already know: Rowan and Aelin is my biggest ship ever and I hope their relationship developes further. Sarah already said Aelin's endgame is revealed in Queen Of Shadows, so she SHOULD en up with Rowan, if what Sarah said is true. I hope so.
I also hope for a Manon and Aelin reunion, I loved the scene between those two in Queen Of Shadows, even though it wasn't very pleasant for either of them.

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Magnus Chase And The Hammer Of Thor (October 4)



The second book in the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series doesn't have a cover or summary either, and I honestly have NO idea where Rick will go with this. I do hope we get to see more of Loki in this book, because I always loved Loki and I just need more of him. I actually loved the entire cast of characters in this book, not only Magnus but also the side characters like Samirah, Blitz and Hearth. 


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Ever The Hunted by Erin Summerill (December 27)


This is actually a book that comes out at the end of 2015, but I still really wanted to include it in this list, because it sounds like a book I highly enjoy. 


Seventeen year old Britta spends her days in the woods, tracking criminals with her dad, a famous bounty hunter. Her life goes well, until her father is murdered. Britta has no rights to her fathers lands or inheritance and seeks the place where she feels most safe: the woods. When she is caught poaching by the royal guards, instead of being sentenced to death, she is offered a choice: Her life in exchange for her father's killer.The choice isn't easy, though. The boy who supposedly killed her father was his former apprentice and Britta's ex-lover. 
Britta crosses kingdoms on a dangerous quest, facing dark magic and insane Kings to find the real killer of her father. What Britta doesn't know, though, is that she is more powerful than she knows herself, which makes her so much more dangerous.


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The Winds Of Winter by George R R Martin (???)


The Winds Of Winter, here we go again: Will it be released next year? I read an article that said George wants to release it before season 6 of Game Of Thrones comes out, but I have no idea if it's true of not. It might just take him 7 years to write this again, with this series you never know. 
(SPOILERS) 
The thing I want to find out the most is whether Jon Snow is alive or not, because that season finale literally wrecked me, I cried for 45 minutes straight just because I couldn't believe he'd kill Jon. I believe the theory that Melisandre will resurrect him. 
Speaking about theories, I can't wait to see whether or no the R+L=J theory is correct, I really hope it is!

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~ Amber

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