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Happy “where’d all my money go?” new release Tuesday, everyone!
As you know, the most exciting day of the week in this community is the day that follows the one we all dread (Mondays for the nope) and today we’re going to highlight some of the new books chipping away at our bank accounts — but each one is so worth it.

Today’s big release, of course, is NINTH HOUSE by Leigh Bardugo. The hype has been the realest for this title and now it’s finally here! Hollis’ review is already up. Find it here.

Another big one for today is THE BEAUTIFUL by Renée Ahdieh. She’s trying to bring vampires back and we can’t wait to figure out if she succeeds for you. Of course, she’s not the only one with a vampire book on the release schedule but that’s another story. We’ll have a double review up tomorrow so keep an eye out for that.

THE GRACE YEAR by Kim Liggett is, “a speculative thriller in the vein of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Power.” Micky and Hollis are both reviewing this, so stay tuned. And speaking of tuned, this title has already been optioned for film! How exciting.

INTO THE CROOKED PLACE by Alexandra Christo is yet another release that we’ll both be reviewing this week. We swear we didn’t plan this. This is the start of a gritty YA duology that is getting comped to SIX OF CROWS.

THE GIVER OF STARS by JoJo Moyes is our final offering and a bit of switch in genre too. It’s set in America’s past and follows the protagonist’s life as a Horseback Librarian of Kentucky with danger, justice and passion on the menu. This actually released on the 6th, so it’s already out.

Are there any titles out today you’re excited for? Let us know in the comments below!

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