July #BookBattle: What’s Your Most Anticipated Read for the Month?

#BookBattle is a monthly post where you vote for your most anticipated new release of the month (from specially selected match-ups, that is!). Which are you most excited to read and why?

That’s not all. If you release a review on any #BookBattle books during the month, post a link in the comments below to help readers build their TBRs.

*The point of #BookBattles is not to say “one book is bad and the other is good.” It’s to see what piques your personal interest. No criticism is given to any author(s)!

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An Impossible Distance to FallvsThe Best Lies

AN IMPOSSIBLE DISTANCE TO FALL. It’s 1930, and Birdie William’s life has crashed along with the stock market. Her father’s bank has failed, and worse, he’s disappeared along with his Jenny biplane. When Birdie sees a leaflet for a barnstorming circus with a picture of Dad’s plane on it, she goes to Coney Island in search of answers. The barnstorming circus has lady pilots, daredevil stuntmen, fire-spinners, and wing walkers, and Birdie is instantly enchanted―especially with a girl pilot named June. RELEASE DATE: June 4 (Hardcover), July 2 (Audio/Kindle).

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THE BEST LIES. Remy Tsai used to know how her story would turn out. But now, she doesn’t even know what tomorrow will look like. She was happy once. Remy had her boyfriend Jack, and Elise, her best friend—her soulmate—who understood her better than anyone else in the world. But now Jack is dead, shot through the chest— And it was Elise who pulled the trigger. RELEASE DATE: July 2 2019.

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Destroy All MonstersvsPan's Labyrinth: The Labyrinth of the Faun

DESTROY ALL MONSTERS. As Solomon slips further into the place he calls Darkside, Ash realizes her only chance to free her best friend from his pain is to recall exactly what happened that day in his backyard and face the truth—together. RELEASE DATE: July 2 2019.

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PAN’S LABYRINTH: THE LABYRINTH OF THE FAUN. Inspired by the critically acclaimed film written and directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro and reimagined by New York Times bestselling author Cornelia Funke, this haunting tale takes readers to a darkly magical and war-torn world filled with richly drawn characters like trickster fauns, murderous men, child-eating monsters, courageous rebels, and a long-lost princess hoping to be reunited with her family. RELEASE DATE: July 2 2019

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The Storm Crow (The Storm Crow, #1)vsThe Arrival of Someday

THE STORM CROW. In the tropical kingdom of Rhodaire, magical, elemental Crows are part of every aspect of life…until the Illucian empire invades, destroying everything. That terrible night has thrown Princess Anthia into a deep depression. Her sister Caliza is busy running the kingdom after their mother’s death, but all Thia can do is think of all she has lost.  RELEASE DATE: July 9 2019

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THE ARRIVAL OF SOMEDAY.Hard-charging and irrepressible eighteen-year-old Amelia Linehan could see a roller derby opponent a mile away—and that’s while crouched down, bent over skates, and zooming around a track at the speed of light. They don’t call her Rolldemort for nothing! What she couldn’t see coming, however, was the unexpected flare-up of a rare liver disorder she was born with. But now it’s the only thing she—and everyone around her—can think about. RELEASE DATE: July 23 2019


Time to vote! From the three matches, what are your top picks? 

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13 thoughts on “July #BookBattle: What’s Your Most Anticipated Read for the Month?

  1. From all of these I only know the storm crow 🙈 and I recently read an arc of that, but was quite disappointed..

    (www.evelynreads.com)

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  2. Pan’s Labyrinth, for sure!
    I’m a huge fan of both Guillermo del Toro and Cornelia Funke, plus I really loved Pan’s Labyrinth. It was spooky without delving so deep into horror that I wouldn’t enjoy it. Monsters and creepy fairy tales are totally my thing. My aunt pre-ordered a copy for my birthday and I cannot wait to read it!

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      1. OMG I’d die for an ARC. I kind of want to compare notes on the ARC vs the finished copy in terms of looks because the finished book was a total knockout aesthetically. (The day I read it, I literally sent out snaps to everyone on snapchat about how gorgeous various parts of it were.)
        So, I’ve read your review and saw that it did indeed have the illustrations on every page (LOVED IT) and the full page illustrations, but under the jacket on the book, the book casing was actually glossy and had full illustrations entirely different from the cover and I just about screamed. Was there anything similar for the ARC?
        I love book design and this book blew me away.

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  3. Oh I didn’t know Labyrinth of the Faun was already released?! Huh, that’s one of my most anticipated reads this year, so gotta get on that! (I finally watched the movie last week btw; so proud of myself hehe)

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      1. Absolutely loved it! I can’t believe I was so scared to watch it, though to be fair that clip with the child-eating monster was something I watched in my English class years ago, so that’s why I thought it was a straight-up horror movie. 😂 But yeah, the dark fairytale vibe was stunning!

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