Walker Books Australia kindly sent me some books so I thought I would share them with you all! Thanks so much to Walker Books, I am so excited to read them all.
1. How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather
Samantha’s life is spiraling, first, her dad has an accident and gets in a mysterious coma and now she’s moved to a town where everyone hates her for her last name. And when people start to die, the blame starts to fall on her.
This one I’ve already read and LOVED! It was a fun and mysterious supernatural YA with a bit of twisted history thrown in! It was a super addicting read and you can click here to read my full thoughts on the book.
2. Small Spaces by Sarah Epstein
Release Date: 1st of April 2018
Tash’s imaginary friend is the stuff of nightmares and now, they’re back. But is it all real or is Tash more dangerous than she thinks?
I’ve really been wanting to read more YA thrillers this year. And after recently finishing Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp, I am more than ready to dive into another chilling thriller. Small Spaces sounds like a creepy read that I need in my life.
3. Relative Strangers by Paula Garner
Release Date: 10th of April 2018
All Jules ever wanted was a close-knit family but after trying to find a missing baby picture she discovers something life changing, she’s adopted. Now she’s on a quest to find out the truth but it’s harder than she imagined, her relationships are straining and some devastating ones are developing.
I probably wouldn’t pick this up if I saw it in a bookshop but sometimes you have to try something new. I’m hoping that this book will surprise me and make me more open to deeper contemporaries.
4. The Price Guide to the Occult by Leslye Walton
Release Date: 13th of March
All Nor wants is to live an unremarkable life. But she has somethings working against her. Like her supernatural powers, her family curse, and this mysterious book that comes with a price.
I’m loving all the lightly dark supernatural books that are coming my way. It has similar vibes to How to Hang a Witch, so hopefully, I’ll like it just as much.
5. Flying Tips for Flightless Birds by Kelly McCaughrain
Release Date: 1st of March
Finch and Birdie are flying trapeze sensations. But when Birdie gets in a terrifying accident, Finch must team up with the geeky new kid to save the family circus school.
This is another book that I’m not sure I would pick up on my own. But it is closer to the contemporaries I normally go for. I like the setting and it seems like a fun read so I guess we’ll see how it goes.
Are there any books on this list that interest you? Let me know down below!
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