Books of December 2016 and Beyond

Finals week is a great time to start thinking about relaxing activities to partake in as soon as exams are over. Reading is one of the most relaxing activities out there, and the New Year will bring new books.

Here are a few books to help begin a relaxing new year.

December 13: “Doctor Who: Time Lord Fairytales”

The Doctor has taken fans through history and the future in his television shows. Now experience the tales and stories of the heroes and monsters across the Whoniverse.

This collection of Time Lord Fairytales contains a brand new story for 2016 entitled “The Emperor Dalek’s New Clothes.”

December 27: “Take the Key and Lock Her Up” by Ally Carter

The New York Times best-selling author wraps up her gripping young adult trilogy Embassy Row.

Grace Blakely has been desperate to solve her mother’s murder for the last three years. She thought it would bring her peace. The truth only makes her a target.

With secret assassins everywhere and her brother’s life hanging in the balance, Grace just has to survive Embassy Row.

January 3: “Double Plum” by Janet Evanovich

“Double Plum” is a between-the-numbers holiday novel written in the same universe as Janet Evanovich’s best-selling Stephanie Plum series that focuses on reluctant bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. The novel includes two stories surrounding the heroine and will be published on January 3.

January 10: “Windwitch” by Susan Dennard

Prince Merik, the Windwitch, is thought dead after his ship explodes. Scarred but alive, Merik takes on the identity of the Fury, a disfigured demigod who fights for the weak.

Teaming up with the Bloodwitch Aeduan, Merik intends to cross the Witchlands in an effort to find Safi and the Empress of Marstok in exchange for the bounty on their heads.

January 17: “Feversong” by Karen Marie Moning

The epic conclusion to Moning’s Fever series, Mac attempts to restore control on a world that’s been thrown into chaos. Mac is possessed by the Sinsar Dubh, a sentient book of unthinkable evil. To save Fae and Man, unlikely alliances must be forged in the hopes of destroying the Sinsar Dubh and keeping Mac alive.

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