Bibliophile Commentary

My Most Anticipated Book Releases of November

There is going to be so many amazing books coming out this month and my wallet is going to be so angry with me! 

A Curse of Ash and Embers by Jo Spurrier 

A housemaid is hired by a rude witch to clean up an evil witch’s mess. What could possibly go wrong!?! 

This book sounds like a hilarious and magical thrill ride that I desperately want to be on! It has witches with attitude and magical creatures all demanding something be done. I cannot wait to read it! 

Publication Date: November 3, 2020 

The Ravens by Kass Morgan and Danielle Paige 

Kappa Rho Nu may look like the average sorority with their parties and their fundraisers, but looks can be deceiving! These girls actually witches and when two of them are paired for initiation, all hell will break loose! 

I love love love college paranormal books and this book sounds amazing! It sounds like a more magical version of Ninth House and I am so in!  

Publication Date: November 3, 2020

Rebel Rose by Emma Theriault 

Belle may have broken the curse on her beast, but she has a new struggle to overcome, royalty. In this new installment to the fairytale of Beauty and the Beast, Belle finds herself torn between the life of a commoner and the life of a royal in this mysterious fantasy. 

I love the story of Beauty and the Beast so much and I am so excited to read this! I always wondered how Belle would find being a royal and whether she would actually be able to fit the bill. Hopefully I find out in this new release! 

Publication Date: November 10, 2020 

The Bright and Breaking Sea by Chloe Neill 

Kit Brightling, an orphan trained in the Isls’ Crown Command, has finally achieved her dream of becoming captain of her own ship. Her ship is small, but with her magical powers of the sea make it the one her country needs to journey through dangerous waters to rescue a spy for her queen. 

This is the adventure story that everyone needs! A badass female captain on a perilous journey, what could be a better read for November! I can’t wait! 

Publication Date:  November 17, 2020
How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories by Holly Black 

In the return to the Folk of the Air series, this collection of short stories shows the perspective of Cardan and some never before read scenes of the series. 

I CAN’T WAIT FOR THIS READ!!!!! I am so excited to finally get Cardan’s perspective and to be swept back into one of my favorite book worlds. This publication date could not come any sooner! 

Publication Date:  November 24, 2020 

I can’t wait to dig into these new reads! What reads are you looking forward to this month?!


  • The Yorkshire Dreamer

    Even though my bookshelf is overflowing, I can’t help but be intrigued by new releases. Rebel Rose and The Bright and Breaking Sea sound interesting, and I would love to read either. Thank you for sharing this, I’ll be on the lookout for both. ?

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