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TBR 2024

TBR 2024

January 15, 2024 at 6:30:00 AM

Wishing an awesome New Year to the amazing Booknerds community!!!

2023 was a very happening year for us and we are grateful for all the love and dedication you guys showed.

Our community had never been more vibrant and livelier than it was the past year.

And we hope it continues to thrive more.

Every year, our TBR pile increases, and we hope it continues to do so because there is no better joy than looking at worlds waiting to be explored.

Every fresh page, every beautifully crafted world and every incredible penmanship is a story waiting to be unravelled, and there is nothing more beautiful than that.

The TBR list of the Booknerds team is a wide array of mystery, romance, philosophy and loads of literary love.

1.Lore by Alexandra Bracken

‘Greek Mythology meets The Hunger Games.’ The book is set in contemporary New York City where ancient Greek mythology lives. Alexandra Bracken weaves a tale of gods, mortals, and an age-old competition that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

2.Adventures of Shrilok Homeless by Pika Nani

Shrilok Homeless is the Indian adaptation of Sherlock Holmes, clearly visible in the name itself. With simple writing and amazing characters, the book is a perfect combination of adventure, mystery, action and humour.

3. Sidney Sheldon's After the Darkness by Tilly Bagshawe

Tilly Bagshawe continues the legacy of the master storyteller Sidney Sheldon in this gripping novel. Intrigue, suspense, and unexpected twists await you in this page-turner.

4.Creativity Rules by Tina Seelig

A practical guide on how to put your best ideas into action, the book is a bucket-load of wisdom, inspiration and guidance.

5. Ruthless Vows by Rebecca Ross

A much-awaited sequel to the Letters of Enchantment duology, it is a perfect pick for fantasy lovers. Perfect storyline, character development and a hefty dose of romance make this the perfect book to start your new year.

6. Everything the Light Touches by Janice Pariat

A magnificent epic that moves across continents and centuries. Janice Pariat explores the transient nature of the universe and life itself, inviting readers into the depths of discovery, science, and human connection.

7. To the Light House by Virginia Woolf

“What was the meaning of life? That was all – a simple question; one that tended to close in on one with years. The great revelation had never come. The great revelation perhaps never did come.”

There is nothing better to start your new year with than a Virginia Woolf novel. The book promises a beautiful exploration of human relationships, emotions, and the passage of time.

8. Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi

In the cosy corners of a cafe, time takes on a fascinating twist in Toshikazu Kawaguchi's novel. It is a tale that explores the magical possibilities that unfold within the confines of a coffee shop, we can only dream of something so beautiful happening with us in real life.

9. Women by Charles Bukowski

This book is a journey through the raw and unfiltered landscapes of Charles Bukowski's world. Untangling the chaos of love and lust, its gritty prose and unfiltered honesty offer a candid exploration of life's highs and lows through the eyes of its unapologetically flawed characters.

10. The Reappearance of Rachel Price by Holly Jackson

Holly Jackson, the mastermind behind ‘A Good Girl's Guide to Murder,’ invites us into a new mystery. Suspense, twists, and a gripping narrative await as we attempt to untangle the web of secrets. Brace yourselves for the fangirling that will ensue on 2nd April, 2024.

11. House of Flame and Shadow by Sarah J. Maas

The queen of fantasy, Sarah J. Maas, beckons us into the mysterious world of Crescent City. Uncover secrets, wield magic, and lose yourself in a world where every page is a portal to unparalleled adventure.

12. Yellowface by R. F. Kuang

‘Yellowface’ navigates the complexities of diversity, racism, and cultural appropriation, while also delving into the unsettling sense of isolation exemplified by the world of social media.

‘It all boils down to self-interest…If publishing is rigged, you might as well make sure it's rigged in your favour.’

13. Too Late to Repent by Hitesh Trehon

Hitesh Trehon has woven a tale full of love, ambition, and how circumstances change relationships. It is a story with loads of twists and turns that will keep your heart racing. This novel might not be your usual HEA, but it's beautiful nonetheless.

14.Spin of Fate: 1 (The Fifth Realm) by AA Vora

Magnificent Beasts. Unforgiving Magic. Epic Battles.

An Ember in the Ashes meets Avatar: The Last Airbender in this propulsive, not-to-be-missed high fantasy debut loosely inspired by karma.

Well, that’s all we have on our TBR list, but the adventure is just beginning.

Here is to the stories waiting to be unfolded, the characters waiting to be embraced, and the countless moments of joy that literature brings.

So, let's raise our glasses to a fantastic year of reading, learning, and growing together.

Welcome to 2024, dear readers – let the literary adventure commence!

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