Hello Guardians! I’m aware that it’s already February for you guys, so you’re like, why is this post so late?
Well, actually, it isn’t 2021 yet for me. Almost though! I’m just scheduling this post kinda far out because I have a pretty jam-packed schedule in January, and also, it’s Christmas break, so I have a lot of extra time to blog and I’m making use of it.
Anyway, if you didn’t guess from the title, I’m going to be sharing 10 books I’d like to read in 2021! I’m very excited for these books, and there’s a good chance I’ve already read some at this point. But, you can ask future me that in the comments.
I’m just going to get right into the list with…
1. A Dance of Silver and Shadow by Melanie Cellier
I love Melanie Cellier’s books so very much. I just bought most of the books I didn’t already have by her, so I’m hoping I’ll read a lot of her books in 2021! I just put ADOSAS on here because I want to get to that one next. But honestly, the whole Beyond the Four Kingdoms series looks incredible.
2. Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer
Marissa Meyer is my favorite author, so I’d be crazy NOT to read this book in 2021. I got this one for Christmas, and I’ve also been requested to review it by one of you. It’s coming, I promise.
3. The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Yes, I’ve never read the Percy Jackson series. *hides*
I’ve heard however that this is a really good series and one of my friends love this series a lot. Plus, I know it’s supposed to be getting a TV show/movie at some point in the future? I’ve had the first book for a while now, so I want to give it a go.
4. An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir
This just looks so good! I’ve heard a lot of good reviews for this one, and I also think that the last book just came out? I really want to see what all the hype is about.
5. Warcross by Marie Lu
This one also seems incredibly interesting! I’m interested in a few books by Marie Lu, but this one called to me the most. Which is why I need to read it! I want to find out if I like Marie Lu’s writing style so I can get more of her books 🙂
6. Nevermoor by Jessica Townsend
This looks like such a fun and whimsical read? I need to read it ASAP.
7. The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien
I’m not going to lie to you guys, this one intimidates the crap out of me! Do you know how long these books are? But, I do want to read it nontheless. I thought that the movies were excellent stories, and I’m just nervous to actually pick these up(it may take months…)
8. The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye
Honestly I kind of forgot what this one was about. Oops. But, I have the whole duology, so I figure I need to try it and see if I like it.
9. The Healer’s Apprentice by Melanie Dickerson
It seems to me that Melanie Dickerson is a great author? At least, that’s what I’ve heard. Anyway, a lot of her books are free on Amazon Prime, so I thought, why not? I’m interested to find out if I like her books.
10. Our Dark Duet by Victoria Schwab
I mean, I liked This Savage Song, but I wasn’t super into it. I do want to finish out this duology, so I might as well read this one!
Whew, that was fun. Let me know what you think of this type of post and if you want more book related content in the future. Maybe next time I’ll actually give you guys recommendations of books I’ve already read!
And…have you read any of these books? Let me know! Also, feel free to ask future me if she’s read any of these books yet to check up on her. 😉