Seven books I can't wait to read

So my To Be Read pile may stand at a whopping 294 books (the oldest book on there was added in June 2009!), but there are always more lovely books to add to that never-ending pile. Here are seven books that are out later this year that I can't wait to read (in no particular order):

1. Artemis by Andy Weir: Released November 14th, 2017 (UK)
I absolutely loved The Martian, Andy Weir's debut novel (and the movie they made of it), so I can't wait to read Artemis. This one takes place again in space, but this time it's on the moon.

2. Origin by Dan Brown: Released October 3rd, 2017 (UK)
You'll either love or hate Dan Brown; I'm firmly in the former camp. Origin is the fifth Robert Langdon book, set in Bilbao and Barcelona. After reading the fourth book, Inferno, we booked a trip to Florence... City break in Bilbao?

3. Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas: Released September 5th, 2017 (UK)
I love the Throne of Glass series and, OK, whilst this books is going back in time to tell us Chaol's tale (it takes place the same time as Empire of Storms), I'm more than OK with that!

4. Fallen Heir by Erin Watt: Released August 28th, 2017 (UK)
I loved reading The Royals series last year in Key West. The third one may have wrapped up Reed and Ella's story, but this one's about Easton Royal. Oh, go on then!

5. The Bach Manuscript by Scott Mariani: Released November 16th, 2017 (UK)
The Ben Hope series has become an absolute guilty read of mine. Yes, they pretty much follow the same formula each time, but they're still an enjoyable read.

6. Follow Me by Sara Shepard: Released October 5th, 2017 (UK)
Follow Me is the, errrr, follow-up to The Amateurs, which was brilliant. If you're after something to fill the Pretty Little Liars hole in your life, give Sara Shepard's latest series a go.

7. La Belle Sauvage by Philip Pullman: Released October 19th, 2017 (UK)
Dæmons! Oxford! Lyra! If you've never read His Dark Materials, do it. Do it now. La Belle Sauvage is the first book in the new trilogy by Philip Pullman - The Book of Dust - and this book takes place ten years before the events of Northern Lights. I can't wait!

Which upcoming 2017 releases are you looking forward to reading?

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