I've started Dhonielle Clayton's 'The Belles' already, so I may as well finish it. I have pretty high hopes for it actually, especially as it's received such positive praise. I'm excited to see what a prominent advocate for PoC MCs will do!
The next book, 'Doing It!' by Hannah Witton, has been on my shelf for an age. I am really in the mood to read some non-fiction, and this looks like a great book to do so! I advocate for more sex-positive books, and there's a section on LGBT+ relationships too so I'm eager to see what Witton comes up with!
I really love the idea of delving into a classic, and this one is a little creepy but intriguing all at once. I like to read books that are a bit different, and it's not every day that you get to read about paedophilia written in a way that borders on romantic. 'Lolita' by Vladimir Nabokov is a book that promises to be both horrifying and morbidly fascinating at once.
There are a couple of books from last month's TBR that I couldn't let go. 'Retribution Rails' by Erin Bowman is one of them. I loved 'Vengeance Road' so much and, as a result, have really high hopes for this one!
Another I want to read still? 'Ash Princess' by Laura Sebastian. Gosh, I'm so excited by the prospect of this book! I love revolution, I love fantasy, I love Cinderella, and this looks to be a fresh spin on all of those things. Plus, it's had such great reviews!
A book about a writer? Written by Riley Redgate? Count me in for 'Final Draft', I loved Redgate's previous books so much and this looks to be another cracking contribution into the world of YA!
I need to revisit some old series that I never finished, and 'The Voyage Of The Basilisk' is a book I've wanted to read for a while because I loved the previous two books so much!
This is another series that I need to get through - Ben Aaronovitch's 'Peter Grant' series. These books have such a summery vibe to them and 'Whispers Underground' is probably going to make or break this series for me, as I'm a little unsure how I feel about it.