Here are some of the most exciting new releases of February 2018 for your book-loving pleasure!
The world of Three Dark Crowns is back with this prequel novella that gives us insight into the lives of the three queens before they had to start attempting to kill each other.
The Power, explores what we think we know about gender roles, the human body and the human condition, and imagines a world you want to read more and more about.
Kasie West is the new queen of YA romances.
A kidnapping, a boarding school mystery as old as the school itself, a new girl in town, and a suspicious death. It’s a recipe for a great book, and it’s the recipe Maureen Johnson used to craft Truly Devious
If you love diving into the past where the leader was way more dramatic and womanizing than Donald Trump could ever hope to be, pick up one of these books about Henry VIII
Fantasy, magic, bisexual protagonists, and people coming back from the dead. If those things pique your interest, Reign of the Fallen might be the book for you
One of my 2018 goals is to finish my reread of the beloved Harry Potter series, and I really do love this series, but I still have a “least favorite” and that is Order of the Phoenix.
I’ve heard a lot of talk about Marie Lu through the years, especially in YA book groups, but I finally checked her out for myself when I picked up Warcross and absolutely devoured i
Another popular “reading challenge” prompt, along with “fruits and vegetables” is a book with a certain color in the title. I think the PopSugar prompt for this year is “A book with your favorite color in the title.”
I am the worst English major ever, because I am 22 years old, in my final semester of college, and I just read Catcher in the Rye for the first time.
If you love books about royalty, real or fictional, these are the books for you. We all dreamed of being princesses when we grew up, and since that didn’t work out for most of us, we might as well get lost in a book where it happens to someone else!