10 Books I’m looking forward to reading in 2018

I really liked this post (like all from The Broke and The Bookish) because I don’t normally think ahead this much about books coming out, so again, a new way to think about things :).

Not all of the books I have listed below have a cover or a title yet which is why you won’t see covers for all of them. If there is a cover, you can click on it to go to Goodreads.

A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.5)Another story about Rhys and Feyre but also in the perspective of some of the other characters — I can’t wait!

War Storm (Red Queen, #4)When the third book ended, I remembered thinking: NOOO what happens next?!? I’m pretty excited to see where War Storm takes our characters especially after that bombshell ending.

Legendary (Caraval, #2)I tell you what, whoever does the cover art for the Caravel series is phenomenal. I’m excited to see where this story takes us, the first was so different.

Trouble the WaterA young woman from Britain comes to America to live where she learns that the man she is living with is an abolitionist.

The Great AloneThis story seems to be a lot about rebuilding when your life falls apart, but rebuilding in the Alaskan Frontier — I’ve enjoyed reading Kristin Hannah’s stories in the past so when I saw she had a new one coming out, I knew I needed to remember about it later on.

The Atomic City Girls

A story about the Woman who worked the Manhattan Project during WWII.

Still Me (Me Before You, #3) I had no idea there was a third story in the Me Before You series. Honestly, it could have ended after the story After You but regardless, I’ll be reading this — let’s see what happens next for Louisa Clark!

The Winter of The Witch — Katherine Arden: The third and final story in the Winternight (Hello The Bear and The Nightingale) series

The Cursed Sea — Lauren DeStefano: The second story in the Glass Spare series

Untitled Throne of Glass (#7) — Sarah J Maas: I know this is coming out some time in 2018 so I put it on the list even if it has no title and no date.

 

What’s on your 2018 list? If I can get away with only these 10 books I’ll be happy but I’m sure there are others out there that I’ll be interested in.

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