New Fantasy Books To Look Out For This Month

By Krishnan

This month marks the release of an array of new novels. It appears to be a great month for fantasy novel fans to acquire a new book and escape into the fantasy novels created by world-class authors’ minds. So, here are the top new fantasy books coming out this month.

  1. These Infinite Threads By Tahereh Mafi
These Infinite Threads By Tahereh Mafi | top new fantasy books

About the Author: Tahereh Mafi is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Shatter Me trilogy. She was raised in a small Connecticut town, and now she and her husband, novelist Ransom Riggs, live in Santa Monica, California.

The second book in Tahereh Mafi’s most recent enthralling trilogy follows up where This Woven Kingdom left off and continues to engage the reader until the last page. This captivating series, based on Persian folklore, combines romance and fantasy.

Summary: Alizeh, the Jinn throne’s successor, will free her people from the half-lives imposed upon them by human rule. Kamran, the successor to the human throne, is forced to doubt all he has been told about Jinn when he falls in love with her.

  1. The Last Tale of The Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi
The Last Tale of The Flower Bride by Roshani Chokshi| top new fantasy books

About the Author: Roshani Chokshi, born February 14, 1991, is an American children’s book author and New York Times bestselling author. Both of Chokshi’s parents are immigrants to the US: her father is Indian, and her mother is Filipino. Hindu mythology was a part of Chokshi’s upbringing, and she frequently uses it in her books. The first books in Chokshi’s series all made their debuts on the New York Times bestseller list.

The story of the Flower Bride is a fabulous gothic story packed with folklore, fairytales, and marriage’s dangerous secrets. With shattered promises and unfulfilled childhood ambitions as her setting, Chokshi narrates her tale while pacing the decaying hallways of the House of Dreams.

Summary: A man who believed in fairy tales wed Indigo Maxwell-Casteada, a stunning and mysterious woman. He was an expert on mythology. She was a wealthy heiress. In exchange for her love, Indigo demanded a promise: that her husband would never enquire about her past. They thought they could live happily ever after. But when the house of dreams slowly reveals his wife’s secrets, the husband is forced to decide between truth and fantasy since it might destroy either their marriage or their life.

  1. The Cage of Dark Hours By Marina. J. Lostetter
The Cage of Dark Hours By Marina. J. Lostetter  | top new fantasy books

About the Author: Marina J. Lostetter was born in Oregon and lived in Arkansas with her husband, Alex. Marina loves travelling, board games, and all things art related.

The Cage of Dark Hours is the second novel in renowned novelist Marina Lostetter’s epic fantasy trilogy and one of the top new fantasy books releasing this month.

Summary: Krona and her Regulators escaped confrontation with Charbon, the long-dead serial killer who reappeared in their city, but the illusion of their world was permanently destroyed. Allied with the healer Melanie, they will face off against the elite who have controlled their planet with deceit, cold steel, and tight control of the magic that might challenge their authority, as well as monsters from beyond the foggy barrier that ties their world together. Now they must pursue every link to discover the truth about the Thalos, who were previously considered to be only a children’s story but are now the world’s silent, creeping puppet masters.

  1. The Lies of The Ajungo by Moses Ose Utomi
The Lies of The Ajungo by Moses Ose Utomi

About the Author: Fantasy author Moses Ose Utomi is a Nigerian-American nomad who resides in Honolulu, Hawaii. His short stories have appeared in Fireside Fiction, Fantasy Magazine, and other magazines. He holds an MFA in creative writing from Sarah Lawrence College.

The epic legend of the Endless Desert is introduced in Moses Ose Utomi’s debut novella, “The Lies of the Ajungo,” which takes the readers to a fascinating world. Moses Ose Utomi works magic with each word he writes.

Summary: The story centres on a little boy’s heroic journey to return water to his city and rescue his mother’s life.

  1. The Iron Wolf by Siri Pettersen, Translated by Tara Chace
The Iron Wolf by Siri Pettersen, Translated by Tara Chace

About the Author: Siri Pettersen, a Norwegian writer and comics artist, was born on October 28, 1971, and has been hailed “Norway’s Fantasy Queen” by the press. She published the first two books in the trilogy, “The Raven Rings” and “Odin’s Child,” in October 2013, forever altering the fantasy scene in Norway. The series soon became famous as a bestseller, garnering many honours, nominations, and praise from critics.

Siri Pettersen’s latest fantasy mystery, Iron Wolf, is about blood, passion, and addiction and is based on Norse mythology. It is the first book of the Vardari trilogy, a stand-alone story set in the same universe as The Raven Rings.

Summary: Juva was raised in a blood-reading family. Despite being praised for their sight, they are little more than scammers that use people’s fears to get power and money. Juva has resolved never to be one of them. Yet the threat posed to her family by the deathless Vardari is real. She must face the horrible childhood memory she struggled to forget to survive.

  1. Arch-Conspirator by Veronica Roth
Arch-Conspirator by Veronica Roth

About the Author: Veronica Anne Roth, born August 19, 1988, is an acclaimed American novelist and short story writer best known for her Divergent series.

Summary: Future Earth is a wasteland with just one city left—the Archive, which houses the gene storage facility. When someone passes away, their genes are stored in an archive to help mankind continue. After Antigone’s parents die and enter the Archive, she is filled with wrath at her uncle Kreon’s attempt to take over her father’s reign. He soon invites her and her siblings as honorary guests to stay at his house, but Antigone recognises the truth: they are captives, and he is imprisoned alongside her.

  1. The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill
The Crane Husband by Kelly Barnhill | top new fantasy books

About the Author: Kelly Barnhill is a children’s, fantasy, and science fiction novelist from the United States. The Girl Who Drank the Moon won the 2017 Newbery Medal. She has received a Charlotte Huck Honor, a Texas Library Association Bluebonnet Award, and the Parent’s Choice Gold Award.

Summary: A fifteen-year-old teenager is the backbone of her little Midwestern family, budgeting household funds and nurturing her younger brother, whereas her artist mother relies far too much on her teenage daughter to bring home guests who never remain. This time, she brings home a scary six-foot crane and commands her two children to call him “dad” while devoting herself to creating the masterpiece the crane wants. The teenage daughter must find a way to alter the story and dismiss the intruder her mother insisted had a role in their lives at all times.

These are the top new fantasy books coming out this month that you should read. Believe me, they are worth checking out.

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