This week’s waiting on Wednesday is Empire of Storms , which is the fifth book in the Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas. Yes, I’m sure this is very unexpected for all of you. Lauren is excited for Throne of Glass?? Whaaa?? How could she even be excited for the release in one of her favorite series of all time??
This isn’t sarcasm, I swear.
Release Date: September 6, 2016
Pages: 704 (ahh!)
So, I should probably wait until a closer Wednesday to post this, but I currently have a re-readathon going on! Basically, I’m rereading one TOG book every week in the month leading up to Empire of Storms. I would love for you guys to participate. Here are the deets:
Please feel free to repost this on your blog/social media if you are participating! The more the merrier, as I always say… sometimes. Actually I’ve never said that but there’s a first time for everything. Don’t forget to tag it with #tbstog
Also, if you were unaware, Sarah had a ton of exciting news in her July newsletter. We’re getting new books.
A lot of them.
To quote Sarah’s newsletter:
So, the final breakdown of all the new books is this:
* 3 new novels set in the ACOTAR world (so, six books total in this series/world)
* 2 ACOTAR novellas
* 1 TOG novella (with Chaol!)
* The TOG compendium
I am so beyond excited. There isn’t a word for how I feel. All this new stuff, plus Empire of Storms, plus the coloring book. This is going to be a bumpy few years for my poor heart. Not that it hasn’t already been broken by Sarah before, like, several hundred times.
Thank you all for reading! Don’t forget to preorder Empire of Storms and the coloring book before September 6. There’s a promo going on where you can send in your receipts to Bloomsbury and you get FREE swag: a notebook (super, super cute), and colored pencils, respectively. The link is below if you want more details.
- Visit Sarah’s site.
- Sign up for her newsletter for juicy gossip.
- Awesome pre-order offer.
- Preorder Empire of Storms on Amazon
- Preorder the Throne of Glass coloring book on Amazon
Thanks so much if you read the whole thing. Until next time,