January 03, 2019

10 Books To Watch Out For This January 2019

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  • It’s the start of a brand new year and for book lovers, a new year also means a new bookshelf. And what better time to start refurbishing those shelves than now?

    Here are ten fresh and exciting book releases to watch out for this January!

    King of Scars (Nikolai Duology #1) by Leigh Bardugo

    New York Times bestselling author Leigh Bardugo gives an early treat to her readers as she is set to release the first book of the Nikolai Duology: King of Scars this month. The book centers on the story of Nikolai Lantsov, the young king of Ravka.

    Release date: January 29

    The Wicked King (The Folk of the Air #2) by Holly Black

    The Wicked King continues the story of The Cruel Prince, the first book of The Folk of the Air series by New York Times bestselling author Holly Black. The book follows on the story of Jude, a mortal in the Faerie World.

    Release date: January 8

    Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus

    From the author of One of Us is Lying, Karen M. McManus brings another mystery teen fiction to look forward to with Two Can Keep A Secret. The book is about Ellery, who recently transferred to Echo Ridge, and how she unearths the deeply buried secrets of the picture-perfect town.

    Release date: January 8

    The Love & Lies of Rukhsana Ali by Sabina Khan

    Sabina Khan’s latest novel tackles the life of a seventeen-year-old conservative Muslim Rukhsana Ali who was sent to Bangladesh after her parents caught her and her girlfriend kissing.

    Release date: January 29

    The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker

    New York Times bestselling author Kate Thompson Walker’s The Dreamers centers on a town where a mysterious illness has suddenly spread in which the affected people do not wake up after sleeping the night before.

    Release date: January 15

    The Au Pair by Emma Rous

    The Au Pair unmasks the dark family secrets of Seraphine Meyers after discovering a family photo from her recently deceased father’s belongings.

    Release date: January 8

    An Anonymous Girl by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

    Blockbuster psychological suspense duo Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen are back with another novel, An Anonymous Girl, which follows the story of Jessica Farris who signed up for a psychological study administered by Dr. Shields.

    Release date: January 8

    The Suspect by Fiona Barton

    Another psychological suspense also from a New York Times bestselling author is set to take over your bookshelves. Fiona Barton’s The Suspect is a story of the life of Journalist Kate Waters and the search for the two eighteen-year-old girls that went missing in Thailand.

    Release date: January 22

    Golden Child by Claire Adam

    Set in Trinidad, Golden Child follows the story of the family of Clyde, his wife Joy, and their two twin sons Paul and Peter. Follow through their lives as they are faced with choices about scarcity, loyalty, and love.

    Release date: January 29

    The Afterlives by Thomas Pierce

    Jim Bryd, a thirty-year-old man who died of a heart attack for a few minutes, but has no recollection of the afterlife. The Afterlives follows his life after his momentary death where he and his new wife Annie got thrown into the world of holograms, psychics, and ghosts.

    Release date: January 8

    What books are you looking forward to reading this 2019? Share to us your own list in the comments below!

               
               
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