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The most anticipated books to add to your spring reading list


The must-add books for your TBR pile (Picture: Getty)

Whether you’re an avid reader and need some more book club recommendations or you’re looking to cut down your screen time by sinking your teeth into a book or two, there are plenty of new releases to add to your ‘to be read’ pile this spring.

From gripping edge-of-your-seat thrillers to heart-warming chick lit that’ll add a little bit of extra romance to your life, there’s a book for every kind of reader.

Celebrate World Book Day 2021 by adding these much-anticipated books to your spring reading list.

Bright Burning Things

Sonya fights to stay with her son (Picture: Bloomsbury Publishing)

A once-successful actress, single mother Sonya Moriarty’s life is spiralling out of control as she battles alcoholism and faces the possibility of losing her 4-year-old son, Tommy, forever.

A story of love, loss and addiction, Bright Burning Things is an incredibly raw and moving tale that will stay with you long after you close the final page.

Released March 4th 2021, Bloomsbury Publishing.

Pre-order now for £14.99.

Girls in the Walls

A thrilling tale of overcoming grief (Photo: HarperCollins Publishers)

An unputdownable thriller, Girl in the Walls is a story about a house that’s willing to give up its secrets.

Eddie must no longer believe in the girl he sometimes sees from the corner of his eye. He needs her to disappear. But when his older brother senses her, too, they are faced with a question: how do they get rid of someone they aren’t sure even exists?

Released April 1st 2021, HarperCollins.

Pre-order now for £12.99.

This One Sky Day

This One Sky Day is set across an enchanting twenty four hours (Picture: Faber & Faber)

Dawn breaks across the archipelago of Popisho and two star-crossed lovers ar e trying to find their way back to one another.

Set across an enchanting twenty four hours, This One Sky Day is a whimsical novel with unforgettable characters.

Released April 15th 2021, Faber & Faber.

Pre-order now for £14.99.

One Last Stop

A must-read romance this season (Picture: MacMillan)

From the best-selling author of Red, Royal & Blue comes One Last Stop, a heartwarming romance that’s sure to put a smile on readers’ faces.

The coming-of-age novel is a love story with a difference, as 23-year-old August does everything in her power to save her subway crush Jane, who is lost in time.

One Last Stop is a tale of hope and wonder, showing that love can really stop you in your tracks.

Released May 6th 2021, MacMillan.

Pre-order now for £11.99.

Pretty Things

Soon to be a hit series with Nicole Kidman (Picture: Penguin Random House)

Two women are brought together by the scam of a lifetime. One a grifter and the other a heiress, Nina and Vanessa are more alike then they can ever imagine as the damaged women try to survive the greatest game of deceit and destruction they will ever play.

Released April 6th 2021, Penguin Random House.

Pre-order now for £7.91.

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish tells all in her self-titled book (Picture: Hachette Children’s Group)

The award-winning musical superstar opens up in her highly-anticipated book.

Take an intimate look into the life of a cultural phenomenon – both on and off-stage – with a visual narrative of Billie’s life, featuring hundreds of previously unseen photos.

Released May 11th 2021, Hachette Children’s Group.

Pre-order now for £16.99.

Under the Blue

A chilling and timely read (Picture: Profile Books Ltd)

An extremely timely read, Under the Blue is a chilling novel that is set in a post-apocalyptical near future informed and shaped by the most pressing issues of our present.

Suspenseful and thought-provoking, it’s a must-read now more than ever.

Released March 11th 2021, Profile Books Ltd.

Pre-order now for £14.99.

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