This weeks post is about the 10 latest books added to your TBR. So I went to Goodreads and sorted my Want to Read shelf. Here are the 10 latest books I added to my TBR, starting with the most recent.
A lot of these are upcoming releases so I made sure to link the Goodreads and mention the release date!
This was added to my TBR as soon as I finished book 1. This currently has no release date but after the cliffhanger book one left me on, I need this ASAP! This is the sequel to The Final Six. It’s a YA science fiction about 6 teens drafted for a mission to settle on Europa.
This is an enemies to lovers, adult romance that was just released yesterday!
I found this on Lala’s overly specific recommendations video and it was available on Hoopla so I picked it up. It a YA, contemporary/science-fiction. Although, this technically isn’t a TBR book anymore, I started the audiobook today!
This comes out in September and the Goodreads synopsis says this is Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Sky in the Deep and there is literally nothing else I need to know!
This is another new release, and this one comes out in March. This sounds like a really cute YA contemporary, sci-fi combo where the main character lives the same day over and over.
This book comes out on February 26th. It’s a YA LGBTQ+, fantasy that takes place a boarding school. Which are some of my favorite bookish key words.
This a YA science-fiction that has serious Stranger Things vibes. This comes out on March 12th. I’ve been on the biggest sci-fi kick so I’m so hyped for this.
This is the only middle grade novel on my radar this year and it’s a LGBTQ+ contemporary. Ashley Herring Blake wrote on of my favorite books of 2018 and I’m hyped to read anything she writes.
This is YA, dystopian, sci-fi coming out March 7th. It follows the 2 youngest people on the planet after an infertility epidemic. Again, I just want all the sci-fi this year. Plus this cover is everything.
This is an African American own voices, adult contemporary that comes our really soon – February 19th. Intense family dramas aren’t my usual genre, but this seems like a great summer read!