My Top 5: Most Anticipated Reads For The Remainder of 2021

Hey everyone!
Today, I am sharing my top 5 most anticipated reads for the rest of the year. This is not necessarily new books, but books that I am most looking forward to reading.


1 – The Devil’s Advocate by Steve Cavanagh

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The Devil’s Advocate is the next book in the Eddie Flynn series, and is being released in a couple of weeks time! Steve Cavanagh is one of my favourite authors, so I am beyond excited about this one.

2 – Next of Kin by Kia Abdullah

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Next of Kin is Kia Abdullah’s upcoming release. She is also one of my favourite authors, so I can’t wait to read this!

3 – Fluke by James Herbert

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I have been desperate to read more James Herbert, and Fluke is top of that list. As soon as my schedule is clear of ARCs and blog tours, I will be reading this.

4 – The Twins: Men of Violence by Kate Kray

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I think we all know how much I am fascinated by the Kray twins, and this particular book about them has been on my TBR for a while, so I am desperate to fit it in before the year ends.

5 – Why Mummy Doesn’t Give A ****! by Gill Sims

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I loved the first 2 books in the Why Mummy series (Why Mummy Drinks, and Why Mummy Swears), so I am really looking forward to continuing the series.


Which books are you most looking forward to reading before the year ends?
Are any of my top 5 on your list?

Have you read any of the books in my top 5?
If yes, what did you think?

Let me know in the comments!


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