TTT | Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of 2021

Posted January 5, 2021 by TheNonbinaryLibrarian in top ten tuesday / 19 Comments

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly topic hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week she provide a topic and you are free to use that topic and/or variations of that topic to make your top ten list. A full list of the weekly themes can be found here.

Today’s topic is books that are on my winter TBR. I’m super excited because my Christmas break starts tomorrow, and I’ll have 18 uninterrupted days of reading (this does include weekends).

Brittany Cavallaro explores a world where America is a Monarchy and a girl grapples for control of her own life in the middle of a coming war. I love her Charlotte Holmes series, and I’m interested to see how she does with this new series.


Release Date: 2 February

Courtney Summers’s Sadie was heartbreaking and gorgeous. In The Project, the relationship between two sisters is still explored, and in this one, one of the sisters has joined a cult.


Release Date: 2 February

A debut novel about a young girl, Deka, who lives in fear that her blood will run gold. But Deka is then met with a choice: stay in the village and submit to her fate or leave and fight for the emperor in an army of girls like her. Soon, Deka learns that not everything is as it seems, not even herself.


Release Date: 9 February

Sarah J. Maas is one of the authors on my list that is an automatic buy. Any book she comes out with is a pre-order. I’m so excited for this next installment of ACoTaR, especially the fact that it focuses on Nesta and Cassian.


Release Date: 16 February

Kate Quinn’s Alice Network and The Huntress were amazing, so I cannot wait to see how she tackles the story of 3 female code breakers at Bletchley Park.


Release Date: 9 March

Of courses, this one is high up on my list. This traces the life of RBG work on gender equality and a “more perfect union.” RBG passed away as this book was heading to production, so I cannot wait to read the probably last words RBG wrote.


Release Date: 16 March

I absolutely loved the first 2 Montague Sibling Books, and I am super excited for this one!


Release Date: 27 April

The main reason I’m excited for this one is the fact that it’s set in Prague…yup, I’m that easy to please. Prague is at the top of my list of places to visit, so I’m eager to read a fantasy book that is set in Prague.


Release Date: 18 May

As I’ve said before, the fake dating trope is one of my favorites. This one sounds adorable, plus Jaigirdar’s The Henna Wars is adorable (so far, I’ve only just started it).


Release Date: 25 May

I read the Truly Devious series in one weekend. I could not put the books down, and I’m excited to see that there is another one coming out. It’ll be fun to see how Stevie investigates a mystery outside of school, and I cannot wait to see these familiar characters again.


Release Date: 15 June

Honorable Mention

I finished in late December (eARC) and it was beautiful! Find my review of it here. I absolutely need a physical copy for my own library. Molly Greeley explores the life of Anne de Bourgh, a young girl who was a fussy baby, given laudanum, and therefore became addicted. After her engagement to Darcy went away, she decides to take her life in her own hands for once.


Release Date: 5 January

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19 responses to “TTT | Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of 2021

  1. Great list! A few I haven’t heard of on here, like Jaigirdar’s new book (!!!) but I’m quite excited for The Project too. It looks so good! Hope you enjoy all of these and happy reading 🙂

  2. I was lucky enough to get an arc of “The Rose Code” just before our second lockdown, so I’m excited to read it over the next couple of weeks. I really like Kate Quinn’s books, and am excited to see her take on Bletchley Park. Great list!

  3. I want to read The Gilded Ones just on that cover alone. I feel like I see it almost every week on TTT and I can’t get enough of it. I hope you love it!

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