I'm linking up with Top Ten Tuesday over at The Broke and the Bookish (soon to be at That Artsy Reader Girl), this week to talk about the top ten books I'm looking forward to in 2018.
There's sooo many beautiful little book babies due in 2018 that it's almost impossible to choose...but choose I did. This list is just a selection of books I'm excited to get my hands on next year.
BEFORE I LET GO by Marieke Nijkamp - snow-covered small towns, mysterious deaths, creepy locals...where do I sign up for this one?
CHILDREN OF BLOOD AND BONE by Tomi Adeyemi - a Nigerian-based fantasy is all I need to know to jump on this train. Also this cover is STUNNING! I can't stop looking at it. Seriously, someone come and take my eyeballs off it!!
QUEEN OF AIR AND DARKNESS by Cassandra Clare - The final book in the Dark Artifices trilogy...yes please give it to me right now not in DECEMBER like you're actually planning. Please...I asked so nicely.
UNTITLED THRONE OF GLASS 7 by Sarah J. Maas - Don't know the name, don't know the release date, but it's the final book in this epic series and I'm more than ready to eat it.
A COURT OF FROST AND STARLIGHT by Sarah J. Maas - A little novella (though probably not little - its Sarah J. Maas people), with a delicious name and more of my favourite sexy Fae folk...come at me.
IRON GOLD by Pierce Brown - I haven't finished the Red Rising books yet, I've still got Morning Star to read, but I know I'm gonna love it and I know I'm gonna want the next one. So thanks for this, Pierce. I appreciate you.
BATMAN NIGHTWALKER by Marie Lu - I'm living for these DC Icons books, Wonder Woman gave me life so I'm just rocking on my ankles to see Marie's take on Gotham City and a teen Wayne Bruce.
LEGENDARY by Stephanie Garber - I don't even know if I'm REALLY looking forward to this?? Caraval was weird and confusing...but I seem to want more? I'm just trash for circus books, I guess.
KEEPER by Kim Chance - I love Kim, and I can't wait to support her when her debut comes out next year. I don't know much about it, and green is my least favourite colour - but I'M GON BUY IT ANYWAY!
THE HAZEL WOOD by Melissa Albert - Dark fairytales, spooky estates, beautiful cover...need I go on? Please make your way to my shelf immediately, little book.
Which books are YOU looking forward to in 2018?
Tell me, so I can add them to my TBR because it's not already overwhelming right now or anything....link your posts and I will pop on over to check out your lists.
(pictures sourced from Google or taken myself)