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5 Reasons THE BEAUTIFUL should be at the TOP of your October TBR

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Renée Ahdieh’s newest & swooniest book The Beautiful is hitting shelves NEXT. MONTH. Your October TBR is going to be obsessed with it, and here’s why:

 

1. Um RENÉE. AHDIEH.

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Ever since The Wrath & the Dawn hit shelves, Renée has been a beloved author name in the community. Her lush writing and addictive stories are a Must for any YA collection.

 

2. This book is so. freaking. pretty.

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Yes, the cover is STUNNING, but underneath the cover? This book is bright red AND the front is stamped with the symbol of a lion (which, spoilers, so we won’t tell you why the lion.) Oh, and there’s a map of New Orleans inside that’s pretty much to die for. (And then come back to life, because of this next one.)

 

3. VAMPIRES

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Vampires are back and they are Anne Rice-level vampires. Get ready to welcome the swoony creatures of the night back to your shelf.

 

4. Bastien St. Germain

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AKA your new book boyfriend. We love Bastien. Again, we’ll avoid spoilers, but we think you’ll love him too.

 

5. You deserve a book vacation to New Orleans

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This book is combination of creatures of the night, an age-old feud, romance, and mystery. And it all takes place against the stunning backdrop of New Orleans. Prepare for this book to take you straight to the stunning city streets of New Orleans in 1872.

 

The Beautiful is hitting shelves October 8th!

 

 

We’re not the only ones in love, these 9 authors got early tickets to The Beautiful hype train and their reactions are PRICELESS

 

 

 

 

 

 

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