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WHAT TO READ IN 2018?

A new year, and LOTS of brand new books! We round up the editors’ edit of best new books being published in 2018.

Managed to get through all the books you wanted to read in 2017? You’re doing better than we are! However, with a new year, comes a whole host of brand new books you’ll definitely want to add to your #TBR. From YA debuts and prize-winners to new releases sure to become classics, here’s the best new books being published in 2018 that everyone from The Guardian to Refinery 29 is planning to read…

Julian Barnes, Sebastian Faulks, Leïla Slimani … the best fiction for 2018

Books by Rupert Thomson, Aminatta Forna and a clutch of brilliant debuts are among the novels to look out for this year. Read more here: The Guardian.

The emerging authors to look out for in 2018 – The Independent

From near-future dystopias where the average life expectancy is three hundred, to uncovered histories of South Korean sex slaves, these emerging novelists are set to tell a different story in 2018. Read more here: The Independent.

The 20 must-read books to make room for in 2018

If you can, just cancel everything you’re doing in 2018 so you can spend the entire year reading, because trust me when I say 2018 is full of literary gems. While picking just 20 titles is an almost impossible task, the books here cover all kinds of fiction and non-fiction, and they’re all a guaranteed good read. There’s something for everyone – the first adult novels by YA writers Louise O’Neill and Holly Bourne, powerful life stories by Tara Westover and Afua Hirsch, epic adventures by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi and Kate Mosse, plus many more besides. Read more here: Stylist.

My Most Anticipated 2018 Book Releases

Books coming out in 2018 that I am the most excited for – these are ones that have been on my radar for a few months.

The Best Books Of 2018

Looking ahead to 2018, it’s definite that our Goodreads queues will be getting a whole lot longer. These are the books you’ll want to escape into when you’re having a hard day. These are the books that will stimulate your mind and give you talking points to whip out at awkward parties. These are the books you’ll love so much that you’ll buy copies for your friends. Read more here: Refinery 29.

Here Are the 21 Books We’re Most Excited to Read in 2018

Zadie Smith, Meg Wolitzer, Sloane Crosley: 2018’s notable books read like a who’s who of the bookshelf. Whether you’re thrilled to encounter these favorites again or be enthralled by a totally new literary love, the best way to get into gear is with this guide to the books that will most excite and excel. Read more here: ELLE.

15 books to read before the TV adaptations air in 2018

Some of the best TV shows of 2017 were based on books and as the New Year rolls around we can look forward to a whole host of new adaptations. Whether you’re absolutely fascinated by true life stories, delight in taking a trip back in time with a period classic, love to lose yourself in science fiction, fall head over heels for fantasy stories, or much prefer a modern-day tale, you’re bound to find a book that’s right up your alley hitting your TV screen in the not too distant future. Read more here: Radio Times.

60 Books We Can’t Wait To Read In 2018

We can’t wait to lose ourselves in new fiction from Meg Wolitzer, Laura van den Berg and Leni Zumas, and to absorb thoughtful essays about culture, gender, race and identity from Zadie Smith, Morgan Jerkins and Marilynne Robinson. We’re also excited for the books that don’t appear on this list ― books we don’t even know about yet, but which will end up surprising us with their power and beauty. Here are the 60 books we can’t wait to read in 2018… Read more here: Huffington Post.

Your 2018 Reading List

From a debut author’s time-travelling murder mystery to a hotly anticipated collection by Zadie Smith, 2018 has a whole lotta great lit in store for you. Read more here: Wear & Where.

Most Anticipated Books of 2018

Talking about my most anticipated releases for the first half of 2018

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