Happy New Month and welcome to the last month of the year.
Although it’s the last month of 2021, we are still anticipating some new book releases that promise to be great. Here are two highly recommended books set to be released this month to look out for.
Ginika’s Bridesmaids Book 5 (Ginika) by The Fertile Chick
Expected Publication Date: December 24th, 2021
Beasts of A Little Land by Juhea Kim
Expected Publication Date: December 7th 2021 by Ecco
Genre: Historical Fiction
Synopsis: An epic story of love, war, and redemption set against the backdrop of the Korean independence movement, following the intertwined fates of a young girl sold to a courtesan school and the penniless son of a hunter.
In 1917, deep in the snowy mountains of occupied Korea, an impoverished local hunter on the brink of starvation saves a young Japanese officer from an attacking tiger. In an instant, their fates are connected—and from this encounter unfolds a saga that spans half a century.
In the aftermath, a young girl named Jade is sold by her family to Miss Silver’s courtesan school, an act of desperation that will cement her place in the lowest social status. When she befriends an orphan boy named JungHo, who scrapes together a living begging on the streets of Seoul, they form a deep friendship. As they come of age, JungHo is swept up in the revolutionary fight for independence, and Jade becomes a sought-after performer with a new romantic prospect of noble birth. Soon Jade must decide whether she will risk everything for the one who would do the same for her.
From the perfumed chambers of a courtesan school in Pyongyang to the glamorous cafes of a modernizing Seoul and the boreal forests of Manchuria, where battles rage, Juhea Kim’s unforgettable characters forge their own destinies as they wager their nation’s. Immersive and elegant, Beasts of a Little Land unveils a world where friends become enemies, enemies become saviors, heroes are persecuted, and beasts take many shapes.
This year has been quite an interesting reading year for me. I would say it wasn’t as great as last year and I am still trying to evaluate my choice of reads this year and how it affected my general.
I super excited to read these two books this month and I hope you check them out also.
What are your anticipated reads for this month?
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