2018 TBR & Printable!

Hey everyone! I’m back today with a little list of some books that I’ve added to my 2018 TBR list.


 

The Immortalists by Chloe Benjamin is about 4 teenagers who live in NYC and catch word of a traveling psychic and they all set out to hear their fates. The mystical woman tells them of their destinies for the next 50 years.

Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller is the sequel to Daughter of the Pirate King. Alosa has found all three pieces to the mystical map that leads to unimaginable wealth, but now she is in a deadly race against her father, the pirate king.

Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian is about Theo, a princess who’s family is murdered before her and has survived under the Kaiser who has held her captive for 10 years. When the Kaiser decides to execute Theo, she vows revenge for what he did to her family and begins to plan to kill his son.

The Forest Queen by Betsy Cornwell is basically the female YA equivalent of Robin Hood. 16 year-old Sylvie’s family estate is taken over by her brother when she runs away to gather a force that will force him to stop abusing villagers.

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi is about Zelie who remembers what magic felt like and the night it disappeared. The king targeted Maji, killing Zelie’s mother and people. She now hides in the mountains, attempting to contain her powers and her feelings for her enemy.

 


In addition, I have made a little printable with a little challenge for your 2018 TBR to help all of us branch out of our normal reading patterns.

18 Books to Read in 2018 Printable

 


 

See you all next year! 😉

Are there any new releases in 2018 that you’re looking forward to or that I should add to my list?

 

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