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The Best Books to Read in 2021


The Best Books to Read in 2021

I had SO much fun with my 100 Book Challenge last year, that I decided I was going to track them again. I am not giving myself a goal this year, because I think I was able to read so many last year because of Covid, and how many hours I spent pumping. I am going to add a new section though for upcoming releases, in case you want to order the book and read it with me! Then I’ll just move those titles up with my thoughts once I read them!

Books to Read in 2021


Books I Read:

Virus Hunters 

by Bobby Akart


Call me a glutton for punishment for reading this in our 10th month of a global pandemic, but It felt timely and relevant. To make matters worse, a big portion of this book is set in Nevada – so the entire thing hit very close to home. But it was super interesting to read about how the beginnings of a pandemic transpire – despite it being fiction. This is a series, and I’ll definitely be continuing on. 7/10.

The Last Sister 

by Kendra Elliott


For whatever reason, I could not get into this book. To be fair, it could be because of the state of the world and how distracted I am with everything that’s going on – but it wasn’t enough to pull me in given the circumstances. 5/10.


The Wife Upstairs

by Rachel Hawkins


Wow – I don’t normally love books based on classics (in this case, Jane Eyre) – but I could not put this down. I still don’t think I even know what exactly happened, or what I’m supposed to believe. I don’t want to say too much more without giving anything away, but read this ASAP. 9/10. 

One of the Good Ones 

by Maika Moulite 

Upcoming Releases:


Black Buck 

by Mateo Askaripour – January 5th

Concrete Rose 

by Angie Thomas – January 5th

The Perfect Guests

by Emma Rous- January 12th

You Have a Match 

by Emma Lord – January 12th

Siri, Who Am I?

by Sam Tschida – January 12th

The Ex Talk

by Rachel Lynn Solomon  – January 26th

Girl With No Job: The Crazy Beautiful Life of an Instagram Thirst Monster

by Claudia Oshry – January 26th

The Four Winds

by Kristin Hannah – February 2nd

Girls with Bright Futures

by Wendy Katzman – February 2nd

Makeup Breakup 

by Lily Menon – February 2nd

The Project 

by Courtney Summers – February 2nd

The Marriage Pass 

by Briana Cole – February 23rd

Every Last Fear

by Alex Finlay – March 2nd

Firekeeper’s Daughter

by Angeline Boulley – March 16th

Every Vow you Break 

by Peter Swanson – March 23rd

You Love Me

by Caroline Kepnes – April 6th

The Good Sister

by Sally Hepworth – April 13th

The Newcomer

by Mary Kay Andrews – May 4th

Family Reunion 

by Nancy Thayer – May 4th

The Summer of Lost and Found

by Mary Alice Monroe – May 11th

People We Meet on Vacation

by Emily Henry – May 11th

The Hunting Wives

by May Cobb – May 18th

Malibu Rising 

by Taylor Jenkins Reid – May 25th

Golden Girl

by Elin Hilderbrand – June 1st

Survive the Night 

by Riley Sager – June 29th

The Therapist 

by B.A. Paris – June 29th

The Woods are Always Watching 

by Stephanie Perkins – August 3rd





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