All right, people! The moment™ has come. That one in which we readers are going to realize how many books are about to coming out in the following months: spring months so March, April and May. I already hear my wallet crying and my TBR yelling at me, but let's get started because there are so many books I can totally drown in the amount of it.
MARCH 6TH, don't know why, but publishers love this day and decided to publish 10 books at the same time (they were more, but I couldn't obviously include them all).
Restore Me by Tahereh Mafi: More books about Warner, Juliette and Kenji?! Oh God, the best thing could ever happen to us! If you haven't read this series yet, what are you doing?? Go read the first book 'Shatter Me'. Super recommended if you need great writing style, amazing character development and a villain you can't help but love (like most of them).
Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi: Dark magic and west African- inspired! Did you even have to say more?
To Kill a Kingdom by Alexandra Christo: Reading the plot, it made me think a lot of The Little Mermaid, but cooler and darker.
Hero at the Fall by Alwyn Hamilton: Haven't read the first one in the series, but I put this third book here in case anyone was interested. Anyway, I heard great things about this series!
The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw: Dead witches return to seek their revenge?! I'm in!
Pacifica by Kristen Simmons: A YA book about pirates. I repeat: pirates!
More Than We can Tell by Brigid Kemmerer: There is nothing to say if not: read this book. I had the privilege to read it as an ARC and even if you haven't read the other book set in the same universe (Letters to The Lost) which I haven't either at that time, you can still read it. You will have minor spoilers, but nothing that could ruin your experience of reading it, in my point of view.
In Search Of Us by Ava Dellaira: This seemes a cute and heartbreaking contemporary at the same time. So exicted!
Mapping the Bones by Jane Yolen: Historical fiction book about World War II and a couple of Polish twins. #youhadmeathistorical
The Beauty That Remains by Ashley Woodfolk: This is about three people bonded by grief and music. There will be a band and this seems like a cute book.
Obsidio by Amie Kaufman: Most people maybe have already marked this date to their calendar, but this is a reminder
(also to me to read the first book)!
Twelve Steps to Normal by Farrah Penn: Contemporary book with a complex plot. Hope it won't disappoint.
Tyler Johnson Was Here by Jay Coles: I am so happy other authors decided to treat the #BlackLivesMatter subject. I think it could be the next The Hate U Give or Dear Martin.
The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan: Wow, the plot of this book makes me want to read it now!
The Heart Forger by Rin Chupeco: Once again haven't read the first one in the series yet, but I really want to.
Orphan Monster Spy by Matt Killeen: A Jewish girl turned into a spy to hear secrets from a Nazi boarding school?! Woah.
The Beloved Wild by Melissa Ostrom: You had me at Pride and Prejudice meets Cold Mountain.
And She Was by Jessica Verdi: Dealing such delicate subject as transgender topic could lead this book to two things: success or hate.
In Her Skin by Kim Savage: The premise really looks good! YA mistery in which a homeless girl pretending to be the missing (now found) girl of a wealthy family.
We are done with March! Let's discover April ones:
As She Fades by Abbi Glines: We are reaching 'sweet and heartbreaking contemporary for spring/summer' mood with this book.
Defy the Worlds by Claudia Gray: Another sequel of a series I haven't read yet.
Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody: Author of Daughter of Burning City (which I haven't read, but heard only great things about) returns with a new book!
Picture Us in the Light by Kelly Loy Gilbert: I bet this one is going to be an interesting read, full of secrets to discover!
Sam & Ilsa's Last Hurrah by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. The plot sounds cute and not so cliche (which is good).
Beyond a Darkened Shore by Jessica Leake: Irish mythology, Norse mythology, Vikings and Fae allert!
The Fates Divide by Veronica Roth: Sequel of Carve The Mark, book that I haven't read yet (how many times did I tipe this?).
Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey: Historical Fiction is enough to get me interested!
Love Songs & Other Lies by Jessica Pennington: Summer comes early with this cute romance book!
Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian: This looks like a dark royal fantasy. Give me!
Leah on the Offbeat by Becky Albertalli: Spin-off about Simon's from Simon vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda best friend!
Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young: Vikings, folks!
Inferno by Julie Kagawa: Finale of The Talon Saga!
Here we go, May!
May 1st ist the new March 6, apprently.
Ship It by Britta Lundin: This sounds weird and confusing, but I like it. Girl who loves a particular show and ships a gay one meets the cast of this show. Turns out that the actor and the character isn't gay or doesn't want to have anything to do with LGBT+ community. Claire is hired to help the show with this.
Bookish Boyfriends by Tiffany Schmidt: It is described as a book about a girl whose classic literary crushes manifest in real life. I am s-p-e-e-c-h-l-e-s-s.
Royals by Rachel Hawkins: Basically, this is a contemporary about -you couldn't even guessed- princes and it seems so cute.
August and Everything After by Jennifer Salvato Doktorski: A contemporary perfect for spring!
Brightly Burning by Alexa Donne: THAT'S an interesting release!
The Smoke Thieves by Sally Green: The author of The Half Bad trilogy returns with a new series!
A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J. Maas: A new novella by Sarah J. Maas!
The Burning Maze by Rick Riordan: Just a reminder for those who wants to read this third book in The Trials of Apollo series!
Dating Disasters of Emma Nash by Chloe Seager: Since my dating life is inexistent, reading about people ones is pretty interesting and funny.
Undead Girl Gang by Lily Anderson: Please, read the plot because THIS IS SO AMAZING, OH.
Love & Luck by Jenna Evans Lynch: New book for the author of Love & Gelato. This time guess what? It's set in Ireland. I haven't read her other book about Italy yet, but I saw a video-review in which an Italian reader was complaining about how she described Italy. So I'm a little bit scared about that book.
We'll Fly Away by Bryan Bliss: Just some words about it: Teenager in jail explains why he is there. Woah. Definitely a hard, but captivating subject.
The Handsome Girl & Her Beautiful Boy by B.T. Gottfred: Something about this book -the fact it's treated a delicate topic- makes me realize this book is going to be a well-written book or a terrible one.
War Storm by Victoria Aveyard: The final installment of the Red Queen series!!
Onyx and Ivory by Mindee Arnett: DRAGONSSSS. Deadly flightless dragons.
Girl Made of Stars by Ashley Herring Blake: Contemporary novel about twins. I heard great things about it.
Airports, Exes, and Other Things I'm Over by Shani Petroff: Contemporary book in which a girl has to wait in an airport with a hot stranger (yeah, that's what Goodreads says) and her ex.
Love and Other Carnivorous Plants by Florence Gonsalves: Don't know why it's shelved as a young adult, if it talks about college, buuuuut sometimes books that talk about college (like Fangirl) are perfect for YA lovers, so.
My So-Called Bollywood Life by Nisha Sharma: I already know because of the title (I am hoping to, at least), this one will be refreshing and cute!
The Brightsiders by Jen Wilde: Contemporary about a teen rockstar!
Furyborn by Claire Legrand: The plot is complicated, but this is so hyped and #fantasy.
Always Never Yours by Emily Wibberley: Cute contemporary about a girl who always after stopping dating someone, that someone finally finds the love of their lives.
Legendary by Stephanie Garber: The sequel of the hyped book Caraval!
We are done, folks! It took really a while, but I am glad to share these amazing new releases with you. What are you going to buy? Are you exicted for a book in particular? I'd love to know!