5 Fantasy Books Coming Out This Month

As we carry on into another month of quarantine, let’s sit down with a fantasy book. Here are five new fantasy books coming out this month.

These five fantasy releases each promises a tantalizing read. I can most definitely say that I will be reading each and every one of these books when I can, and then I will burrow away into my reading corner (which is honestly just my couch covered in blankets, plushies, and book stacks), to inhale these stories.

Here are five fantasy books coming out this month.


1. seasons of the storm, by Elle Cosimano

Seasons of the Storm (Seasons of the Storm, #1) by Elle Cosimano
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Seasons of the Storm is the first book in Elle Cosimano‘s Seasons of the Storm series. The book’s Goodreads page provides the following synopsis: “One cold, crisp night, Jack Sommers was faced with a choice—live forever according to the ancient, magical rules of Gaia, or die. Jack chose to live, and in exchange, he became a Winter—an immortal physical embodiment of the season on Earth. Every year, he must hunt the Season who comes before him. Summer kills Spring. Autumn kills Summer. Winter kills Autumn. And Spring kills Winter. Jack and Fleur, a Winter and a Spring, fall for each other against all odds. To be together, they’ll have to escape the cycle that’s been forcing them apart. But their creator won’t let them go without a fight.”



2. sisters of sword and song, by Rebecca Ross

Sisters of Sword and Song by Rebecca Ross

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This book definitely sounds promising. Rebecca Ross‘s tale Sisters of Sword and Song is set for release later this month. The book’s Goodreads page provides the following synopsis: “After eight long years, Evadne will finally be reunited with her older sister, Halcyon, who has been proudly serving in the queen’s army. But when Halcyon appears earlier than expected, Eva knows something has gone terribly wrong. Halcyon is on the run, hunted by her commander and charged with murder. Though Halcyon’s life is spared during her trial, the punishment is heavy. And when Eva volunteers to serve part of Halcyon’s sentence, she’s determined to find out exactly what happened. But as Eva begins her sentence, she quickly learns that there are fates much worse than death.”


3. hunted by the sky, by Tanaz Bhathena

Hunted by the Sky (Hunted by the Sky, #1) by Tanaz Bhathena
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Look for Hunted by The Sky this month! Tanaz Bhathena‘s book provides a promising read with the synopsis: “Gul has spent her life running. She has a star-shaped birthmark on her arm, and in the kingdom of Ambar, girls with such birthmarks have been disappearing for years. Gul’s mark is what caused her parents’ murder at the hand of King Lohar’s ruthless soldiers and forced her into hiding to protect her own life. So when a group of rebel women called the Sisters of the Golden Lotus rescue her, take her in, and train her in warrior magic, Gul wants only one thing: revenge. Cavas lives in the tenements, and he’s just about ready to sign his life over to the king’s army. His father is terminally ill, and Cavas will do anything to save him. But sparks fly when he meets a mysterious girl–Gul–in the capital’s bazaar, and as the chemistry between them undeniably grows, he becomes entangled in a mission of vengeance–and discovers a magic he never expected to find.”



4. hood, by Jenny Elder Moke

Hood (9781368047456): Moke, Jenny Elder: Books - Amazon.com

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Who can say no to a story inspired by Robin Hood? Well, I guess some folks can, but definitely see if Hoodby Jenny Elder Moke offers any intrigue. The synopsis of this story reads: “Isabelle of Kirklees has only ever known a quiet life inside the sheltered walls of the convent, where she lives with her mother, Marien. But after she is arrested by royal soldiers for defending innocent villagers, Isabelle becomes the target of the Wolf, King John’s ruthless right hand. Desperate to keep her daughter safe, Marien helps Isabelle escape and sends her on a mission to find the one person who can help: Isabelle’s father, Robin Hood. As Isabelle races to stay out of the Wolf’s clutches and find the father she’s never known, she is thrust into a world of thieves and mercenaries, handsome young outlaws, new enemies with old grudges, and a king who wants her entire family dead. As she joins forces with Robin and his Merry Men in a final battle against the Wolf, will Isabelle find the strength to defy the crown and save the lives of everyone she holds dear?”



5. the kinder poison, Natalie Mae

Amazon.com: The Kinder Poison (9781984835215): Mae, Natalie: Books
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Lastly, but most certainly not least, is The Kinder Poison, written by Natalie MaeThe Kinder Poison provides the following description to encourage readers to give these tale a read: “Zahru has long dreamed of leaving the kingdom of Orkena and having the kinds of adventures she’s only ever heard about in stories. But as a lowly Whisperer, her power to commune with animals means that her place is serving in the royal stables until the day her magic runs dry. All that changes when the ailing ruler invokes the Crossing: a death-defying race across the desert, in which the first of his heirs to finish—and take the life of a human sacrifice at the journey’s end—will ascend to the throne and be granted unparalleled abilities. With all of the kingdom abuzz, Zahru leaps at the chance to change her fate if just for a night by sneaking into the palace for a taste of the revelry. But the minor indiscretion turns into a deadly mistake when she gets caught up in a feud between the heirs and is forced to become the Crossing’s human sacrifice. Zahru is left with only one hope for survival: somehow figuring out how to overcome the most dangerous people in the world.”

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