The year has only just begun, but already there are plenty of books to add to the ever-growing pile on your nightstand. Scroll down for a roundup of the many books to add to your to-read list in 2018.
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Kick the year off with addictive YA fantasy novel The Cruel Prince, which tells the story of Jude, a mortal forced to live in the High Court of Faerie after her parents were murdered. Earning a place in the court is all she wants, but it won’t come easily. Side note: YA author Leigh Bardugo highly recommends this one.
The Widows of Malabar Hill by Sujata Massey
Set in 1920s India, The Widows of Malabar Hill follows lawyer Perveen Mistry as she investigates a strange will on behalf of the titular widows. Author Sujata Massey was partly inspired by the true story of Cornelia Sorabji, who was the first woman to study law at Oxford.
Everything Here Is Beautiful by Mira T. Lee
After their mother dies, sisters Miranda and Lucia must learn to exist without her — a task that proves difficult once Lucia begins hearing voices and making impulsive, life-changing decisions. As the older sister, Miranda feels compelled to rescue Lucia again and again, but discovers that it’s hard to help someone who doesn’t want it.
SOURCE: ( Cosmopolitan.com )