Sunday, December 23, 2018

19 Books We Can't To Read In 2019


It's that time of the year again where we prep for another year of reading by making our list (and checking it twice!) of books we want to read in the new year.

1.The Wicked King by Holly Black
I've never been more invested in a YA fantasy series since Daughter of Smoke and Bone. I can't wait to see where Black is going with this - Kat

2. Black Enough edited by Ibi Zoboi
An anthology of stories from some of the hottest YA authors spanning the Black American experience - Kat






February

3. Rayne & Delilah's Midnite Matinee by Jeff Zentner
Coming of age YA novel about a pair of teens with a public access television show. Time to see what gut punch Zetner has in store this year - Kat


4. The Opposite of Always by Justin A Reynolds
High school senior Jack gets a chance to go back in time and stop his girlfriend's death - Kat

5. Comics Will Break Your Heart by Faith Erin Hicks
This debut YA novel from an award-winning graphic novelist follows two families in a legal battle over the ownership of a comic - Kat

6. Naturally Tan by Tan France
A memoir from the resident fashion expert on Netflix's Queer Eye  and  the first openly gay Muslim man on television - Kat
March

7. Squad by Mariah MacCarthy
This YA novel follows a high school cheerleader who has to find what life is like without cheerleading. MacCarthy is a playwright and feminist life coach so I'm really curious what her take on this story will be - Kat

April
8. A Prince On Paper by Alyssa Cole
A modern-day wallflower becomes the fake fiance for a playboy step-prince - Jess


9. The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston
The sequel I didn't know I was waiting for to Poston's funny fandom romcom Geekerlla - Jess

10. We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal
A fellow YA book blogger on the come up with a debut fantasy - Jess



11. Pride Prejudice and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev 
An arrogant surgeon finds her match with a chef ready to prove there is more to him than just his pedigree - Jess


12. With The Fire On High by Elizabeth Acevedo
This book has a vibrant cover and the heroine is a teen mom who is a talented cook with dreams of working in a kitchen - Jess


13. The Bride Test by Helen Hoang
In this companion to The Kiss Quotient, a Vietnamese mother brings her autistic son a wife from Vietnam who shows him there is more than one way to love, - Jess

June
14. Red, White and Royally Blue by Casey McQuiston In this enemies to lovers romance, the First Son of the USA and the Prince of Wales stage a fake friendship that turns into something more - Kat


15. Evvie Drake Starts Over by Linda Holmes
Pop Culture Happy Hour host, Linda 
Holmes' debut romance novel about love, family and baseball - Jess

July

16. Wanna Be Where You Are by Kristina Forest
A ballerina sets off on a road trip to secretly audition at a dance conservatory and her neighbor tags along. Guys, not only is this the type of book I would have read in high school, this is the book I would have written in high school  - Kat

August
17. The Demon World by Sally Green
The sequel to the Smoke Thieves one of the few YA fantasy novels to catch my attention - Jess


18. The Wallflower Wager by Tessa Dare

I inhaled The Governess Game and The Duchess Deal so imma need this - Kat


November

19. The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
I've done my waiting. 8 years of it - Kat






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