There are set to be some absolute bangers this year in books. While most of these are YA, I am going to try and expand my reading (which is why this is part 1) BUT most of these I’ve been looking forward to for a long time and are part of a series I’ve been reading.
All of these dates are what’s currently listed on Goodreads and may change!
House of Earth and Blood – Sarah J Maas
I absolutely adored A Court of Thorns and Roses and so I’m really excited for this series. There are demons, fallen angels and despite the fact it’s going to be over 800 pages (eek). I’m super excited for this one.
Released: 3rd March
The Invisible Life of Addie La Rue – V.E Schwab
There’s no cover for this yet but it’s a new V.E Schwab so of course I’m super hyped! She’s been talking about this online for a while and in her own words it’s about ‘A French girl makes a deal with the devil, ends up cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. Until 300 years later, when she meets a boy who remembers her name.’
I’m so, so in.
Released: 6th October
Loveless – Alice Oseman
I think Alice Oseman is not only an excellent writer but seems like a pretty great human being. Loveless is a really important book to her with Ace representation and I’m really excited to read it.
Released: 9th July
The Gravity of Us – Phil Stamper
So, I met Phil while we were both studying at Kingston and both up for awards a few years ago and he’s such a lovely guy. There’s a lot of hype about The Gravity Of Us and for good reason, there’s space, there’s social media and a first romance between two guys. So excited.
Released: 4th February (out now!)
Heartstopper Volume 3 – Alice Oseman
I’ve talked about Heartstopper a lot in the past year, it’s one of my favourites and just makes my heart so happy. I’m so excited for volume 3 to see what Nick and Charlie are up to. Roll on February!
Released: 6th February (out now!)
Bridge of Souls (Cassidy Blake #3) – Victoria Schwab
I started this series in 2019 and both books made it into my favourites of 2019. If you haven’t heard about it Cassidy can see ghosts, her best friend Jacob is a ghost and her parents travel around the world making documentaries (although they can’t see them) they also have an adorable cat called Grim. Have I sold it to you yet?
Released: 1st September
Clap When You Land – Elizabeth Acevedo
Two girls who both adore their father are devastated when he dies in a plane crash which soon turns to shock when they learn about each other. I’ve heard a lot about this on American BookTube so I’m looking forward to getting hold of a copy.
Released: 14th May
The Love Hypothesis – Laura Steven
Laura Steven is one of my favourite YA authors and she’s got a pretty great Instagram too. The Love Hypothesis is about a girl who is all about the academics and an over-achiever (guilty) who can’t quite work out love. She also happens to be in love with her best friend. We’re in for a hell of a ride.
Released: 5th March
What else should I be looking out for? Let me know below!
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I haven’t heard of a bunch of these, I’m definitely adding a few to my TBR!! I also REALLY need to read Alice Oseman. Everyone seems to love her books! Great post, Chloe!