Life is busy, so you may not always have time to keep track of or scroll through social media for what books are coming out that will have everyone talking at the water cooler or stories that are immersive enough to dust off an old group text. Well, we’ve got you covered. If you’re looking for what books are trending and being heavily talked about on social media, including BookTok and Bookstagram, here are some hot titles that you may want to pick up!
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Age of Vice by Deepti Kapoor
When a wealthy man’s car is seen speeding before an accident that kills five people in New Delhi, a traumatized servant is left behind and the man is nowhere to be found. Soon, the lives of three people will intersect as a result of this accident including a servant born into poverty, a playboy and heir who is determined to outshine his father, and a journalist who will stop at nothing to get the truth.
Spare by Prince Harry
It seems everyone wants some inside info or gossip about the Royal Family, so what better way than to pick up this memoir by Prince Harry. From his life as a carefree child to losing his mother, Princess Diana, to joining the British Army, and meeting Meghan Markle, this is an honest and insightful memoir that you won’t want to miss.
Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson
Eleanor Bennett has just died and left behind an unusual inheritance for her children, Byron and Benny. Left behind is a voice recording and a black cake made from a family recipe. Eleanor’s message is about a young swimmer who escapes her home after being found under suspicion of murder. This story makes Byron and Benny question everything they thought they once knew about Eleanor and their whole family.
All the Dangerous Things by Stacy Willingham
One year ago, Isabelle Drake’s son, Mason, was taken from his crib in the middle of the night. Since then, the case has gone gold and Isabelle has been suffering from insomnia since Mason was taken. When Isabelle reluctantly agrees to talk to a true-crime podcaster to find answers, she is forced to revisit her past, which leads her to question her memories of what happened the night Mason went missing.
Court of the Vampire Queen by Katee Robert
Mina is a half human, half vampire who is feeling constantly torn between the two majorly different worlds. All she wants is independence until her father uses her in a political move and gifts her to Malachi Zion, a vampire. Malachi is strict, dark, and seductive. As Mina spends more time with Malachi, she begins to see him much differently than she once did and soon, he introduces her to two of his close friends, leaving Mina seduced by three men.
Honey & Spice by Bold Babalola
Kiki Banjo is a quick-witted woman who is the host of a popular student radio show called Brown Sugar. Kiki finds herself responsible for making sure the women of the African-Caribbean Society at Whitewell University avoid heartbreak and players of all types. But then, Kiki kisses Malakai Korede, someone she dubbed “The Wastemen of Whitewell.” To try to save their reputations, the two begin to fake date, but Kiki knows she will never let the player Malakai into her heart….or will she? When late-night talks and study sessions make Kiki realize that Malakai may not be the player she once though, she wonders if she’s actually ready to let him in.
I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jeanette McCurdy
Jeanette McCurdy had her first audition at six-years-old and her mother was desperate for her to become a star. From that audition, Jeanette’s mother would be extremely strict with Jeanette about appearance, diet, and finances. Then, Jeanette did become famous, making matters worse. Now, Jeanette has released a darkly humorous and inspiring memoir about her life with addition, eating disorders, and relationship problems from fame to her mother’s death.
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