Anticipated Reads of 2020

Hey guys!

Today I’m going to share with you on my anticipated reads of 2020. They consist standalones, sequel and even prequel.

So, let’s dive in!


The Girl and The Ghost by Hanna Alkaf

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I am truly excited for this one because the story line is very promising and it is even better because of the representation of my culture and country.

A Heart So Fierce and Broken by Brigid Kemmerer

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A Curse So Dark and Lonely was one of my best reads of 2018 (Yes, I receive an early copy of the book) and I am interested to know what the second book of the series can offer to us!

Dear Justyce by Nic Stone

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Dear Martin was my #1 read of 2018. It’s a fantastic book about race, privilege and society as a whole. I’ve never read a YA book that has a male main character who is so brilliant as Justyce McAllister. I can’t wait what Nic Stone has to offer next.

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

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This is my number one anticipated reads of 2020. I knew this was coming, for sure. I knew that Suzanne Collins must have something under her sleeve the entire time when she finished writing The Hunger Games trilogy. I am dying to get a copy of the ARC and I will *really really really* hope that I can get one.


So there you go, my most anticipated reads of 2020. What’s your anticipated reads of this year? Let me know in the comment down below.

Thanks for reading!

X

Sabrina

2 thoughts on “Anticipated Reads of 2020

  1. A great selection! I haven’t heard of The Girl and the Ghost – just checked it out – sounds amazing – will definitely add to my TBR. I loved The Hunger Games trilogy and am really looking forward to The Ballard of Songbirds and Snakes!

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