Happy Tuesday my fellow book lovers…!!!!! All of you will relate to me when I say that I have a huge list of authors whose writing I absolutely adore, but I still find it difficult to catch up with all their books, especially the backlist. Following are just some of those books and I’m not sure if I will ever read all of them. But it’s good to know I can always go pick up one of these books because I trust the author.
I have read all the books in Rollins’s Sigma Force series but I never got a chance to catch up with his standalones. I don’t know if I will read them but I’m sure they will be fun.
This duology by N. K. Jemisin is definitely on my TBR and I will read it someday. It’s a fantasy based in Egypt and I can never resist that. Also, I admire her writing too much to miss this one.
This is the fourth book in one of my favorite series ever and I will definitely surely read it very very soon. I just have to start it and I know I won’t be able to put it down. I also have a new motivation now, because I got approved for the ARC of the fifth book in the series The Three Secret Cities, so these two books are going to be read before December.
I love Sarina’s romance novels and her characters, so it is a nobrainer that her first YA novel is on my TBR. I will get to it soon.
Elle Kennedy writes some of the best New Adult romances and I love her Off Campus series. The Chase happens to be spinoff of it and I can’t wait to read this one and hopefully, see some cameos from my favorite characters.
RJB is a genius and I can’t gush enough about his Divine Cities trilogy or his latestbook Foundryside. But I think it will be fun and enlightening to read his debut novel.
Berry’s Cotton Malone series is another favorite of mine and this one happens to be a spinoff of my favorite side character Cassiopia. I will be reading this very very soon.
I love YA contemporaries and I think Emma Mills writes beautiful realistic characters with heartwarming stories. I can’t wait to read this gorgeous looking book soon.
I’ve just finished reading Nevernight by Jay Kristoff and he blew my mind with his thrilling story telling. Though I never read sci-fi, I still want to experience this trilogy.
Last but not the least, this has been lying on my shelf since it’s release and I really have no excuse. Robert Langdon’s adventures are always fun and I think this will be thoroughly entertaining and thrilling too.
Have you read any of these books? Do you like any specific books by these authors? Do share your thoughts…!!!!