“Waiting on” Wednesday | Legendary by Stephanie Garber

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Breaking the Spine created this feature – “Waiting on” Wednesday, where bloggers could gush about their most coveted upcoming releases. Here’s mine:

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Stephanie Garber’s limitless imagination takes flight once more in the colorful, mesmerizing, and immersive sequel to the bestselling and breakout debut Caraval, following Scarlett’s younger sister, Tella, on a journey to the empire’s capital to fulfill a mysterious bargain.

Publication date: May 29th, 2018

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If you read my discussion post with Birdie Bookworm about the first book in this series, Caraval, then this pick probably comes as no surprise to you. This was a world that swept you away from the very beginning to the end; I loved every minute of it. I wanted more, and I am so thrilled that with Legendary, I’ll get it! I am hoping this book lives up to his name, and the mystery surrounding Legend himself will be revealed.

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34 thoughts on ““Waiting on” Wednesday | Legendary by Stephanie Garber

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  1. I wasn’t the biggest one of the first one, but I still want to read this. I’m curious about Legend and who exactly he is, and I’m also just excited for Tella’s story in general. Plus, the cover is stunning!

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  2. I have the audio book of Caraval, and still haven’t listened to it. I really need to apparently, cuz this sounds really good. Thanks for sharing it.

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  3. I honestly had no idea that this was going to be a series. I won a copy of Caraval so I really need to get busy reading. Great pick!

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  4. I am so happy that these books are working for you. I hope to read them one day, I have them on my list to read, but want to be in the right mood for them. I love authors that create these worlds that become so real for the reader.

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  5. I wasn’t as blown away by the first book as I had hoped to be, but I am interested in continuing the series, especially since this book focuses on Tella, who I thought was more interesting than Scarlett in the first book.

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