My Books of 2017

Every year there are some books I look forward to coming out, mainly the latest in a series I’ve been reading, or I see something in a bookshop or online and think I must read that. Every year I get around to reading a couple of them, mainly because I’ve forgotten about something I’ve read about and thought oh I must pick that up.

This year with this blog I’ve decided to create a list of the books I’m looking forward to, mainly for me to have something to look back on when I’m thinking about what to read next. Below are some of the books due to be published this year (some maybe paperback versions), some are debuts, some are the latest in a series I’ve been reading and others are stand alone books from already established authors. I’ll keep it updated as more books are announced. I can’t promise I’ll read them all but any I do I’ll review.

There’s also a few literary milestones / anniversaries this year that are inspiring me to re-read somethings I’ve read before.

I’ve linked to the book’s Goodreads page – Leave me a comment and let me know if any of them interest you, or what else is due out this year that excites you.

January

Wing Jones by Katherine Webber; You Too Can Have A Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman; The Secret Livers Of The Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain; The Dry by Jane Harper; Little Deaths by Emma Flint; and Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

February

Book - Written In Bones
Book - The Refugees
Book - The Freedom Broker
Book - Swimming Lessons
Book - Ragdoll
Book - The Edge Of Everything
Book - The Last Of August

March

Book - The Roanoke Girls
Book - The Idiot
Book - Sorry To Disrupt The Peace
Book - All Grown Up

April

Book - What It Means When A Man Falls From The Sky
Book - The Cows
Book - No One Is Coming To Save Us

May

Book - New Boy
Book - Into The Water
Book - Based On A True Story
Book - And We're Off
Sarah

One thought on “My Books of 2017

  1. Anzel van der Westhuizen

    Great list! I’m particularly looking forward to reading Little Deaths and The Dry – both sound like excellent reads. Also, No One Is Coming To Save Us… I might just have to add it to my TBR.

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