I’m a bit late, but still here! There are a couple of huge deadlines at work and I’ve been working 10+ hours a day to make that deadline. But that doesn’t mean I should withhold some awesome books! Here we gooooo
House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas
This is probably an anticipated book for a lot of people, including me! I love reading about magic and angels and demons. This definitely is an new adult book, please make sure to look up the trigger warnings, because I do think there are a lot and not everyone can bear them. Maybe read some reviews aswell.. just to know what you’re starting.
House of Earth and Blood is out March 3.
Imagine Me by Tahereh Mafi
Okay this is book 6, and I don’t usually include sequels, let alone a book so far in the series as this. BUT! I basically grew up with this series and this is the finale.. I’m just really excited for it. It might be a bit hard to get into, the layout of the writing is a bit different and I can understand that people don’t like it. But the premise was different when the first book came out, and there are some really interesting characters in the story!
Imagine Me is out March 3
The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu
I adore Lu’s books, and I’m really interested in this one! It’s about Mozart.. Nannerl, the older sister to Wolfgang. So.. a retelling of Mozart. Where Nannerl meets a mysterious stranger that could give her a chance to be the one to shine instead of her brother.. Because well.. it’s the 18th century and she can’t perform. I’m excited to see what the choice will be, will it destroy the relationship between Nannerl and Wolfgang, and what direction the story will go!
The Kindom of Back is out March 3
Bone Crier’s Moon by Kathryn Purdie
In this story, Bone Criers prevent the dead from preying on the living. They can ferry the spirits of the dead to the Underworld.. for a cost.. of their one true love.
Ailesse will become the matriarch of the Bone Criers, but to become that she has to kill the boy she’s destined to love. And that boy, Bastien, his dad was killed by a Bone Crier (oh the drama!). When he takes Ailesse captive, Ailesse’s best friend, Sabine has to save her. She has to break the bond between Ailesse and Bastien. Before they all die. Such suspense! I predict Bastien and Sabine will fall in love, thereby erasing the need for Bastien to be killed by Ailesse.
Bone Crier’s Moon is out March 3
Anna K. by Jenny Lee
Anna’s life is perfect, she is at the top of Manhattans and Greenwich society, has a perfect boyfriend, and always made her dad proud. Her brother.. well, he hasn’t. But they she meants Alexia, a playboy who only lives for himself. They’re pulled towards eachother and Anna is forced to find out who she is.
Anna K. is out March 3
Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco
Yesss, a snow queen, a war and the only surviver of a royal family. Prince Alexei is hiding in a town where there is no magic and only one person knows who he is. That person is Tala, who is a spellbreaker, someone who negates magic. then the countries most powerful weapon appears, the Firebeard. All they have to do know is fix the world.
Wicked As You Wish is out March 3
Hearts, Heroes, and Heath Hall by Kasie West
I love Kasie Wests books! This one is abou tHadley, who is a swimmer, and swimming will get her to college. But of course that might change because of Heath Hall, Hollywoods latest action hero. Hadley doesn’t know who he is though.. So as she works to discover who he is she finds out who she is, that she might not be happy.. and that she might be falling for the last person she ever thought she would like.
Hearts, Heroes and Heath Hall is out March 3
The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune
Linus Baker works as a Case Worker at the Department in Charge of Magical Youth he oversees the well-being of children in government-sanctioned orphanages. But then he has to go to Marsyas Island Orphanage, where six dangerous children live. The childrens caretaker, Arthur Parnassus and Linus grow close, secrets are unveiled and Linus must make a choice: destroy a home or watch the world burn. I’m afraid to ask whether that’s literal or figuratively..
The House in theCerulean Sea is out March 17
And that’s he books I’m excited for this month! I’ve already started a couple, but with my huge deadline at work I haven’t been able to read more that a couple of graphic novels. But! With the next couple of weeks being confined to my house (I have to work from home and probably hvae to babysit my sisters kids who is a doctor on the ICU), I might have more time to read (woo!) And also probably more time to make posts so that’s also a good thing 🙂
Anyways, are you going to read any of these books? Let me know in the comments below!