TBR Tuesday: 2021 Anticipated Reads

Happy New Year, readers! We’re officially back in full swing, ready to bring you regular posts and reviews again. The team was asked which books they’re looking forward to most in 2021, whether that means new releases or some they’re just finally getting to. Check out the answers:

Cait Marie

A Court of Silver Flames
– Sarah J. Maas
(2/16/21)

A Psalm of Storms and Silence
– Roseanne A. Brown
(6/1/21)

The Aurora Cycle #3
– Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
(No date or cover, just wishful thinking…)

Katie Robinson

A Court of Silver Flames
– Sarah J. Maas
(2/16/21)

The Nihryst #3
– Cait Marie
(Spring 2021)

Crescent City #2
– Sarah J. Maas
(Expected Nov. 2021)

Stephanie Wyatt

A Court of Silver Flames
– Sarah J. Maas

A Vow So Bold and Deadly
– Brigid Kemmerer
(1/26/21)

Chain of Gold
– Cassandra Clare

Marissa Allen

A Promised Land
– Barack Obama

Battle Ground
– Jim Butcher

Skyhunter
– Marie Lu

Mariah Brown

A Vow So Bold and Deadly
– Brigid Kemmerer
(1/26/21)

Defy Me
– Tehereh Mafi

Defy the Night
– Brigid Kemmerer
(9/7/21)

Heather Dowell

Ready Player Two
– Ernest Cline

Carve the Mark
– Veronica Roth

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
– Suzanne Collins

Christopher Bartlett

Peace Talks
– Jim Butcher

Becoming
– Michelle Obama

Dying Light
– Kory M. Shrum

Manuela Soares

Sunflower Sisters
– Martha Hall Kelly
(3/30/21)

Magic Lessons
– Alice Hoffman

The Rose Code
– Kate Quinn
(3/9/21)

Destiny Constantin

The Lost Prince
– Cait Marie

Golden Curse
– M. Lynn

The Inheritance Games
– Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Are you excited about any of these? Have read any of the ones already out? What’s your most anticipated read of 2021?

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