May 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

Let’s break down the entire year into months when it comes to anticipated reads.

January 2019
February 2019
March 2019

TEN MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF MAY 2019

1. RED, WHITE & ROYAL BLUE BY CASEY MCQUISTON

|| M/M Romantic Comedy
|| First Son of America meets Prince of England
|| Enemies to friends to lovers

OTHER BOOKS WITH ENEMIES TO LOVERS TROPE:
THE CRUEL PRINCE & THE WICKED KING
KISS OF THE ROYAL
PRIDE & PREJUDICE

2. AURORA RISING BY JAY KRISTOFF AND AMIE KAUFMAN

|| YA Science Fiction
|| Squad of misfits and losers are the only hope to save the entire galaxy
|| Girl trapped in cryo-sleep for two centuries wakes up

3. WE HUNT THE FLAME BY HAFSAH FAIZAL

|| YA Fantasy
|| Female Hunter + Male Assassin
|| World set in Ancient Arabia

4. WITH THE FIRE ON HIGH BY ELIZABETH ACEVEDO

|| YA Coming of Age Contemporary
|| Diverse and Sexual representation
|| High School Senior loves cooking and cooking and cooking

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE THE POET X BY ELIZABETH ACEVEDO

5. MIDDLEGAME by SEANAN MCGUIRE

|| Adult Fantasy
|| Twins who “aren’t exactly human but aren’t exactly God either”
|| One loves linguistics and the other loves math

6. THE CANDLE AND THE FLAME BY NAFIZA AZAD

|| YA Fantasy
|| Multicultural world, diverse representation
|| “Fiercely independent women”

7. THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT SWEETIE BY SANDHYA MENON

|| YA Contemporary Romance
|| Indian-American characters; brown representation
|| Fat protagonist

THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT SWEETIE IS ALSO MENTIONED IN THIS POST: 8 BOOKS WITH SOUTH ASIAN CHARACTERS RELEASING IN 2019 || MAKE YOUR TBR MORE BROWN

8. GIRL GONE VIRAL by ARVIN AHMADI

|| YA Science Fiction
|| Girl who loves to code
|| Virtual reality, missing dad, a contest to win!

9. NOCTURN BY maya motayne

|| YA Fantasy
|| Face-changing thief + Grief-stricken prince
|| Latinx inspired world with dark magic

10. PRIDE, PREJUDICE, AND OTHER FLAVOURS BY SONALI DEV

|| Contemporary retelling of the classic! aka Masala Pride & Prejudice
|| Chef + Neurosurgeon romance
|| Indian-American representation

AND THAT’S IT! WHAT ARE SOME OF THE BOOKS YOU’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS MONTH?

A quick end note: any and all support toward this blog is appreciated and if you’re currently willing to help out this blog, please do consider donating through my ko-fi page. [all donations through this will be used for the blog/content creation/giveaways] Though, that’s not the only way you can support the blog–you can even purchase/pre-order any of these releases via my affiliate links that are spread throughout this post and that can help me earn a little through Amazon without any extra cost to you. But if you’re not able to do any of these two, (I still love you!!!) you can help the content by sharing it on social media and commenting.

F A N N A

Instagram Tumblr | Goodreads | Twitter

Advertisements

21 thoughts on “May 2019 – Ten Books To Look Out For This Month

  1. This is a lovely list, Fanna, I love your picks! There are so many great books releasing this May, I’m very excited about We Hunt The Flame, Girl Gone Viral, With The Fire On High and, you didn’t mention it, but ROSA SANTOS 😀

    Like

  2. Ugh, this is such an amazing list! I’m so excited for May releases! Somehow spring and summer have the most amazing books coming out. I’m most excited for Something About Sweetie and With The Fire On High, but all of these sound so great. Happy reading!! ❤

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Yeah, I guess the fact that schools are closed and everyone just has more time on their hands is a reason 🙂 With The Fire On High is amazing, do pick it up whenever you get the chance. Thank you and happy reading to you too ❤

      Liked by 1 person

  3. So many great books are being released in may that it’s unreal. Only Girl Gone Viral makes it into my most anticipated list for this month (it sounds SO GOOD!) but all of these others sound great too. Too many books!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Many of these are on my TBR already, though I have no idea when I am getting to them. Thanks for sharing.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.