Six For Sunday – 2019 books

I’m currently planning three separate posts with some of the 2019 books I’m most looking forward to so narrowing that down to just six to share today has proved tricky!

Make sure you check back next week for more of the 2019 books I’m looking forward to!

Six for Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely Steph at ALITTLEBUTALOT

2019 Books I’m Looking Forward To

Two Can Keep A Secret by Karen M. McManus – I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for a follow up to One Of Us Is Lying and this was pre-ordered as soon as it appeared. Roll on January 10th!

Cold As The Grave by James Oswald – There will never be a year where an Inspector McLean novel is due for release when it doesn’t make a list like this!

A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder by Holly Jackson – This is such an interesting sounding YA debut!

The Farm by Joanne Ramos – This one appeals to me in the same way The Handmaid’s Tale did. It sounds terrifying yet utterly unputdownable.

Sanctuary by V. V. James – V. V. James is more commonly known in the YA community as Vic James, author of the Dark Gifts trilogy. I’m really looking forward to her debut adult novel

The Secret Commonwealth by Philip Pullman – This one may be cheating slightly there’s not confirmed release date but rumours suggest the second in the Book of Dust trilogy will be arriving in 2019

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They were my #SixforSunday! If you’ve taken part leave a link to your post below and I’ll be sure to check it out!

With Love Sarah

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