book releases of fall 2022
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Most Anticipated Book Releases Of Fall 2022

Fall in Bangladesh is one of the most beautiful seasons–with sporadic rainstorms, cerulean blue skies dotted with cotton candy clouds, and snowy white blooms of kashful as far as the eye can see. 

In other words, this is the perfect time to cozy up near the window with a good book while enjoying the beautiful, sunny views of autumn in Bangladesh. Here are my most anticipated book releases of Fall 2022.

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Books With Crowns On The Cover
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Top 5 Books With Crowns On The Cover

Happy Tuesday again friends! This week’s Top 5 Tuesday prompt is one fit for royalty. Today, I am going to share my top 5 books with crowns on the cover!

For those who don’t know, Top 5 Tuesday is a bookish meme created by the Bionic Bookworm and now currently being hosted by Meeghan from Meeghan Reads. Meeghan is always coming up with cool fun ideas for Top 5 Tuesday, so make sure to head over to her site and check out her posts too!

Books With Crowns On The Cover
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The Girl From The Well By Rin Chupeco
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Review: The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco

Riveting and full of suspense, The Girl From The Well is an amazing YA horror novel by Rin Chupeco. The creepy narration style combined with incredibly well-developed characters, The Girl From The Well by Rin Chupeco is quite an intriguing story, and unique in the way the story is told from the lens of a dead girl.

The Girl From The Well By Rin Chupeco

That’s right, our main character, Okiku, has been dead for several long years now. And she is the one who tells us a horror story about a cursed young boy named Tarquin, who has demons trapped beneath his skin, and a secret family history involving eerie doll rituals and exorcisms that follow ancient Japanese rituals. 

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Top 10 Books Set In Beautiful Places
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Top 10 Books Set In Places I’d Love to Visit 

Usually, when I am reading any book, I find myself wanting to live in the fictional, fantasy worlds they are set in. But once in a while, I’ll come across books set in beautiful places in the real world, and my inner wanderlust would be instantly triggered!

Unfortunately, I am too broke to travel to all of the beautiful places I read about in books, and even if I could afford it–being a brown girl means I have family restrictions when it comes to traveling solo. Sigh.

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Top 10 Books Set In Beautiful Places

A girl can still dream though, and this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt is one that definitely has me dreaming. Today, I am going to share my favorite, top 10 books set in beautiful places, places that I’d love to visit someday.

For those who don’t know, Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme originally created by The Broke And The Bookish and now being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

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Dauntless by Elisa A. Bonnin
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Blog Tour: Dauntless by Elisa A. Bonnin [Review + Exclusive Giveaway]

As a big fan of all things science-fiction and fantasy, I was super excited to get my hands on Dauntless by Elisa A. Bonnin–an upcoming, Filipino-inspired, young adult fantasy novel about an orphaned teenage girl who must step up to bring peace to a war-torn world.

Dauntless by Elisa A. Bonnin

Set in a lush, vibrant tropical world–one where dangerous beasts roam the earth and humans are forced to build entire villages and cities amidst giant spreading treesDauntless by Elisa A. Bonnin follows a young girl named Seri, who is hired as an assistant for Eshai, a battle-hardened legendary commander whose life is dedicated to protecting humans against the attack of beasts.

However, Seri’s world quickly turns upside down when she runs into Tsana, a mysterious girl who can communicate with these wild beasts and seems to be in league with them.

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Top 5 Rainy Day Reads
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Top 5 Rainy Day Reads

Happy Tuesday, again friends! It’s been a hot two minutes since my last Top 5 Tuesday post, but I am excited to get started with today’s topic because it has two of my favorite things: books, and rain. 

That’s right, today’s prompt is about the top 5 rainy day reads or books you want to cozy up with on a rainy day.

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Review: Someone In Time by Jonathan Strahan
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Review: Someone In Time by Jonathan Strahan

The older I grow, the more fondness I seem to have for romance novels. And the love stories that resonate with me the most are usually the ones where two people need to overcome impossible challenges to find their way back to each other.

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The Makings Of A Great Anthology: Guest Post By 'Someone In Time' Editor Jonathan Strahan
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The Makings Of A Great Anthology: Guest Post By ‘Someone In Time’ Editor Jonathan Strahan

Hi friends! I am thrilled to have the editor of one of the most anticipated, upcoming romance anthologies of this summer with us today. Introducing Jonathan Strahan, editor of ‘Someone In Time’, an incredible collection of time-travel romances brought to you by award-winning authors such as Nina Allan, Carrie Vaughn, and Seanan McGuire.

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Review: Ace of Spades by Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé

An absolutely jaw-dropping and riveting novel that perfectly tackles all the ugliness of systematic racism, Ace of Spades is a terrifying and addictive story about two talented Black kids trying to survive in a world that is hell-bent on bringing them down.

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Review: The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones

An absolutely bewitching tale of a witch on the run, an unwilling muscle for hire who refuses violence, and an adorable corgi, The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones is a fast-paced and enchanting YA fantasy heist story that will keep you turning the pages late into the night.

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