Hi everybody, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday! Today we are looking ahead at some of the many, many amazing new 2018 releases that will make our TBR grow and our book-loving hearts burst with excitement (and ok, maybe a little stress, luckily I was able to lower my stress levels with cardarine). I’m already looking forward to taking a look at everybody else’s lists and making my TBR explode but in the meantime, here’s my list:
~~Sequels for stories I already love~~
This may be my most anticipated read of all. I love the Ember in the Ashes series and I can’t wait to reunite with Elias and Laia.
I’m both excited and extremely nervous about the fact that this series is continuing.
Though I wasn’t that fond of some things about the second and third book in this series, I’m still so eager to find out how it all ends.
My favorite guilty pleasure series, I need more Cleo and Magnus now. And Felix. Felix is good too.
Ok, it’s not technically a sequel, but it also kind of is? Anyway, I just want to be reunited with these characters and find out Leah’s story.
OK, I know I haven’t even read Lord of Shadows yet, but that does not mean I still can’t be super excited for this one!
~~New stories that sound amazing~~
One, it’s a new series by Sally Green and I loved her Half Bad series. Two, it seems like it’ll feature my favorite trope: a group of misfits randomly coming together and working together. Three, I kind of get Six of Crows vibes from the synopsis and that means it’s a must.
I love the idea of time as a currency. Plus, this seems like it’ll have a great slow-burn hate-to-love romance which is one of my favorites.
One word: DRAGONS! Also, childhood best friends turned enemies turned reluctant partners? Yes, please!
A pretty cover, a sentient space ship and some The 100 vibes? I don’t even know, I just know I want to read this.
This has had some rave reviews already and I have a feeling it’ll be completely epic and unpredictable.
Two sisters rebelling against their misogynistic society. Yes!
~~No covers yet~~
Felicity. That’s all.
This is a must. It’ll be the end of an era.
Kind of ehh since I’m honestly a little Feyre and Rhysand’d out, but I also can’t imagine not reading this either.
Two of my fave authors writing a book together? YEAH! I’m not sure if this book’ll make me smile or cry, but I’ll take it either way!