March Most Anticipated Releases

Happy Wednesday folks! This post comes a little late, because two of the books on this list literally published last Tuesday, but better late than never!

I low-key forgot to make these type of posts, whoops. But there are certainly some books that come/came out this month that I’m excited for! You can check out my most anticipated releases for the whole year here! march most anticipated releases, march most anticipated releases

Chain of Iron book cover

Chain of Iron

By Cassandra Clare

Published: March 2

So, this one came out Tuesday of course. I really wanted to order it, but Amazon made me pay 25 euros plus six euros shipping (lol no thanks) and the other website I checked had a delivery time of two to three weeks (also no thanks). Soooo, I’m going to have to avoid spoilers again lol. Either way, I’ve seen people’s reactions to it, so I’m going to prepare for heartbreak.
Bridge of Souls book cover

Bridge of Souls

By Victoria Schwab

Published March 2

Bridge of souls also finally came out last Tuesday! This is the third book in one of my favorite middle grade series. I’m a little sad it didn’t publish last September like was planned, because these books are so perfect for Fall. But I don’t think I’m going to let that stop me from reading it ASAP. This one takes place in New Orleans, which should be interesting. Though I had secretly hoped it would’ve taken place in another European city.
Lost in the Neverwoods book cover

Lost in the Never Woods

By Aiden Thomas

Expected Publication: March 23

Funny that the last time I talked about this book I was still excited for it to be released, and now I’ve already read it thanks to NetGalley. I really enjoyed it, partly because I’d never read a Peter Pan retelling before. This book is a standalone, and not too big, so it’s the perfect read if you want something quick but good. You can find my full review here!
Rule of Wolves book cover

Rule of Wolves

By Leigh Bardugo

Expected Publication: March 30

Copied this from my previous post, because my stance on it still stands. I’ve been waiting for this book since I finished King of Scars all the way back in June 2019. Even though for some reason it feels like I read it longer ago than that. I’m very excited for this sequel! I want more Nikolai. And more Zoya. And more Nikolai and Zoya. I believe King of Scars somewhat ended on a cliffhanger, so I hope to get answers on page one of Rule of Wolves.

And that’s it! I saw some more interesting releases on Goodreads for this month, but I’m sticking to these four for now. They are the ones I’m for sure most excited for! What are your most anticipated releases for this month?

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