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Most Anticipated Reads of 2018

There are some great books coming out in 2018 and I thought that I would mention 5 that I am really excited about. These are in no particular order so let get started...

1. Floored by Sara Barnard, Holly BourneTanya ByrneNon PrattMelinda SalisburyLisa Williamson, Eleanor Wood

I am so excited for this book! I got to read a sampler at YALC and this was definitely one of my favourites. I found the plot to be interesting and I can't wait to see where it goes. The authors aren't telling us who writes who which makes it even more intriguing. I just have to wait until July... 

2. As yet titled Book by Alice Oseman

I have been a fan of Alice's for the longest time and I love both of her books that she has released so far. I am therefore excited about Alice's new release which states that it is being released in January but I don't think that this is the case. I am excited about it whenever it will come out.

3. Second Best Friend by Non Pratt


Second Best Friend
As I have mentioned before Non Pratt is one of my favourite authors and I just can't wait to read this short story. It comes out in January so the only consolation is that I don't have to wait too long. 














4. Clean by Juno Dawson

CleanAgain I really love Juno's work and after reading the sampler at YALC I am really excited to get the whole book. I only have to wait until April so...
















5. Purple Hearts by Michael Grant


Purple Hearts (The Front Lines #3)
I love the Solider Girls series so I can't wait for the final book to get released which I think comes out in January. I do have an early copy of this one but I don't think I will get to it before then so it is on the list.













What books are you most excited for in 2018? 

See you soon,

Amy

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