November Most Wanted

 

November new book releases YA

I know I always highlight upcoming releases in my Catalog Creepin’ posts but typically those are far off when the catalog just comes out. I wanted to highlight the books I’m excited about/intrigued about that I think you should be looking at, too! I change my categories at random! You can find old Most Wanted posts here.

I honestly don’t have many MUST HAVES for November– which is good for my TBR so I can read some of the other Fall releases I’ve neglected. Also, totally didn’t plan to have a Catalog Creepin’ and a Most Wanted post next to each other — I apologize to your TBR in advance.

A Contemporary Pick

The F-It List by Julie Halpern

 

This one is probably going to make me cry. I know it. I love all things bucket list related (and faithfully keep one of my own) and this sounds like a great friendship story. Tissues will be at my disposal!
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A Non-Fiction Pick

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 Princesses Behaving Badly sounds like such a fun read. I always have loved interesting non-fiction and this fits the bill! I love reading about badass women!
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A Sequel

Champion Marie Lu

If you are looking for a really fast-paced, government-twisty dystopian series, check this one out! I’ve really enjoyed it and I can’t wait to get my hands on Champion.
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An Adult Fiction Pick – Contemporary

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I really liked this author’s book called Backseat Saints and this one sounds really good. If you love books that take place in the South, I’d definitely check her books out!
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A Thriller

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I rarely encounter many medical-ish thrillers in YA so I’m intrigued by this one! The MC has had a rare heart condition and has missed out on so much in life that she just aches. Her parents give her three days to prove she can handle school so she takes the plunge and does it but realizes this school is definitely not normal.

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So guys, which ones have you read? Which ones are you excited for? What are some other November releases you are looking forward to or have read that I don’t have on here? And for the love of puppies, please tell me which ones I should read FIRST?

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Jamie is a 28 year old married lady who is in denial that she's actually that old. When she's not reading you can find her doing Pilates followed by eating gelato, listening to music with oversized headphones and teaching her niece how to be as awesome as she is.

Comments

  1. Princesses Behaving Badly is so much fun! Great stories and very interesting. I have an ARC of Someone Else’s Love Story but haven’t had a chance to read it yet. Looks really good though.

  2. The F-It List was SO amazing! I usually try to avoid the cancer/sickness books but LOVED this one!!

  3. Champion!!!! Wahhhoooo!!! I have yet to read Prodigy, but I wanted to read it closer to Champion’s release date, so I’ve just put it on hold at the library. Super excited though, since I LOVED Legend!

  4. I can’t wait to read Champion either :D :D

  5. Ooh, Princesses Behaving Badly sounds like such a fun book! :) And I’m excited for Broken too!

  6. I can’t wait to read Champion, although I’m afraid it’s going to disappoint me like most conclusion books lately..

  7. These all look so good! I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of Broken before…it definitely looks like something I’d really enjoy.

  8. I’m with you on loving bucket lists and I’m SO excited for The F It List. The cover is sooo pretty too! And I haven’t sat down with a good non-fiction in a while so Princesses Behaving Badly sounds fun! I love reading stories of scandals inside royal families. As a child, I used to gobble up the Princess Diaries and whenever something royal family related is on the History Channel, I immediately watch it. And I’ve seen a lot of Broken around lately so I’m definitely waiting for that too! Great picks, Jamie! :)

  9. SO want The F-It List! And of course, Champion is the Next It Book now that Allegiant has been unleashed on the world. All the feelings, they will be ours. I also really need you to hurry up and read the rest of Vampire Academy so you can get on the Bloodlines train, because, hello, Adrian. You need him in your life.

  10. I can’t wait for Champion! So nervous to see how it all ends. And Princesses Behaving Badly looks like so much fun

  11. I’ve actually got copies of all of these, except for the Lu book. I think I’m most excited for Joshilyn Jackson’s new one. It sounds really good!

  12. You should definitely read Champion first! I’m rereading Legend and Prodigy right now so I’m all ready next week! I need to know what happens! Broken sounds amazing! I added it to my TBR list. So Champion, then Broken, the The F-It List (I’ve heard good things about this one).

  13. Princesses Behaving Badly looks so good! I’ll add it to my pile immediately.

  14. Ohhh Princesses Behaving Badly looks SUPER interesting! I hadn’t heard of it before, thanks Jamie :)

  15. YAY for books set in the South. Hahah I might be just a teensy bit partial to that neck of the woods :) Also, the cover of Someone Else’s Love Story is gorgeous. This book is definitely on my radar now!!

  16. Princesses Behaving Badly sounds like fun!! I still need to read ANY of Marie Lu’s books but I really need to start soon! Darn, I should have started that instead of my current read haha. She’s coming to town soon!

  17. I am really interested in reading Princesses Behaving Badly! It sounds like just the type of non-fiction read that I would truly enjoy, so thanks for sharing that title in this post. I’ll be sure to check it out — and soon.

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