6 New Releases I Can’t Wait To Read | 2021 TBR

Yes, I know did one of these posts back in December, but more new releases have been coming under my radar recently, and so here we are back and better than ever!

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Yes, I know did one of these posts back in December, but more new releases have been coming under my radar recently, and so here we are back and better than ever!

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1) As Good As Dead ( A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder #3)by Holly Jackson

Genre: mystery/thriller (YA) | Releases: August (?)

This is the 3rd book in my current favorite series!

The first two books in this series are some of the best mystery/crime thriller books I have read, so I really hope this third one is as good!

My review for book one | My review for book two (Please ignore the cringe of my older reviews)

2) Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

Genre: Science Fiction | Released: May (what’s funny is this was released on Star Wars day)

I loved The Martian, and I made the mistake of reading the first few sneak-peek chapters of this new release the other day…. It was so good, I am totally hooked, I need more, but Libby says my hold will take OVER SIX MONTHS. It follows a guy who wakes up with amnesia on a mysterious spaceship and must figure out what’s going on and save humanity.

3) The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green

Genre: nonfiction/memoir/essays | Released: May

John Green is a little bit of a hit-or-miss author for me, but I think he is a very smart and interesting person and I am very curious what he’ll bring in this deviation from his stereotypical YA contemporary!

4) The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

Genre: Historical Fiction | Released: March

I haven’t read any books by Kate Quinn yet, but both of her books are on my TBR. I’ve seen this new release all over historical fiction lists recently, and it looks really good.

It seems like a dual timeline with one timeline taking place in England during WW2, following three women working at Bletchley Park (something I know a tiny bit about but not that much about, but am super interested in because it’s about cryptography and that’s interesting) and the other taking place after the war with the characters solving a mystery from their past. Very intriguing.

5) The Women of Chateau Lafayette by Stephanie Dray

Genre: Historical Fiction | Released: March

I’ve seen this one all over historical fiction lists too, and what intrigued me about the blurb is that it follows multiple women over different eras of history: American Revolution and French Revolution, WW1 and WW2. There aren’t as many books about those first three eras, so I am excited to read this one.

6) Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishigaru

Genre: Science Fiction | Released: March

I have not read any books by Ishiguro but this one looks really interesting. I love books that have AI characters, so I can’t wait to read this. I have also seen lots of good reviews for it.

Have you read any of these new releases yet? Are any of them on your TBR?

Thanks for stopping by Frappes & Fiction today!

21 comments on “6 New Releases I Can’t Wait To Read | 2021 TBR”

  1. Oooh, I like the sound of The Rose Code and The Women of Chateau Lafayette. I like those types of Historical Fiction novels so I might have to check those out at some point.

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  2. Ooh that will be interesting to see what John Green does outside of the usual genre. I haven’t read many of his books but I agree that they can be a bit hit or miss. I think the last ones I read were back in 2014/13 when TFIOS was my all time fave haha

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    1. yeah, I was kind of young for his books when they first came out, but I read all of them last year and my favorites were TFIOS and TATWD. I wasn’t a huge fan of the others, but I am very curious about this new one especially being in such a different genre

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    1. ooh yeah I don’t like sex scenes either; I usually skip them. Whenever I get to read The Rose Code I’ll let you know how it is in case you decide to try it again. I hope The Women of Chateau Lafayette turns out to be good too! Thanks for reading!

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