Get ready to find best reads of 2019
We know your must read list is probably still heaving from the plethora of incredible titles of 2018 but it’s 2019 and it’s time to meet your next favourite book. We have read the tea leaves of the upcoming season to pick the popular and promising titles coming out this year.
The prolific writer James Cameron has no less than three new adult titles coming out this year.
The third riveting thriller in the series of books, Never Never and Fifty Fifty ,is Liar, Liar which continues the story of Detective Harriet Blue, who is this time hunting her brother’s killer.
January is a great month for crime lovers. Stuart Woods also releases A Delicate Touch while James Lee Burke’s The New Iberia Blues also hits the shelves in January.
Danielle Steel’s powerful new novel Turning Point features four San Francisco trauma doctors — the best and brightest in their field — who have to confront exciting and exacting new challenges, both personally and professionally, when given a rare opportunity.
From V.C. Andrews (Flowers in the Attic, My Sweet Audrina) comes a gripping and suspenseful psychological thriller, The Silhouette Girl, about a stalker hellbent on destroying a young woman’s life. With over 22 million copies of her books sold this new thriller is bound to be popular. Look out for this title in May.
The final book from Graeme Simpsion, bestselling author of The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect is published on February 5. Don and Rosie are back in Australia — and this time the problem to solve is how to help their 11-year-old son, Hudson, make his way in the world. The third book in the Rosie series is a heart-warming, hilarious finale that will have readers cheering for joy.
The Testaments by Margaret Atwood, the sequel to the bestselling The Handmaid’s Tale, is due to be published in September 2019. The book regained popularity with the 2017 Hulu TV adaptation but the sequel isn’t connected to the TV series. The Testaments is set 15 years after Offred’s final scene in The Handmaid’s Tale and is narrated by three female characters.
The ambiguous ending of The Handmaid’s Tale leaves us the reader desperate for more. I, for one, cannot wait!
2019 sees the release of great novels, some new books by beloved authors, and plenty of non-fiction that will help you digest the crazy world around us.
Book lovers consider your year booked!