BookTok is a community on the social media platform TikTok that allows users to connect with other book lovers and discuss their favorite books. It is a great way to find new books to read and get recommendations from friends.
Here are some books that BookTok recommended.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Sarah J. Maas’s A Court of Thorns and Roses is a best-selling fantasy novel that has been praised by critics and readers alike. The novel tells the story of Feyre, a young woman who is drawn into a world of magic and danger after she kills a faerie.
Feyre soon discovers that the world she has entered is far different from her own, and she must fight to survive in a land where beauty is deadly and love is forbidden. With its captivating blend of romance, adventure, and magic, A Court of Thorns and Roses is an unforgettable tale that will leave readers eager for more.
A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson
Holly Jackson’s A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is the perfect book for anyone who loves a good mystery. The book follows Pippa Fitz-John as she tries to solve the cold case of Andie Bell, her best friend who was murdered two years ago.
Pippa is determined to find Andie’s killer, even if it means putting her own life at risk. With the help of her friend Rufus, Pippa sets out to uncover the truth about what happened to Andie.
A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder is a fast-paced and thrilling read that will keep you guessing until the very end. If you’re looking for a book that will keep you up all night, then this is the one for you.
Archenemies by Marissa Meyer
Archenemies, the long-awaited sequel to Marissa Meyer’s New York Times-bestselling Renegades, will be released on November 6th. In this highly anticipated sequel, Nova and Adrian must put their differences aside and work together to save their city from destruction.
Nova and Adrian first met as enemies. Nova is a world-famous supervillain, while Adrian is a member of the Renegades, a group of superheroes who are sworn to protect their city. But after working together to take down a common enemy, the two began to develop feelings for each other.
Now, with their city on the brink of destruction, they must put aside their differences and work together to save it. Can they put aside their differences long enough to save the city they both love? Or will their rivalry destroy them both?
From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout
From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout is a captivating tale of love, loss, and betrayal. Protagonist Poppy is the perfect blend of strong and vulnerable, making her an instantly relatable character.
Armentrout’s use of descriptive language allows readers to picture the story’s lush setting, while the fast-paced plot keeps them turning the pages. With its twists and turns, From Blood and Ash is a book that will keep you guessing until the very end.
It Ends with Us by Colleen Hoover
It Ends with Us is a novel by Colleen Hoover that was published in 2016. The novel tells the story of Lily, a young woman who falls in love with Atlas, a man she knows is bad for her. Despite her best efforts to stay away from him, Lily can’t help but be drawn to Atlas.
As their relationship unfolds, Lily must confront the dark secrets from her past that have led her to this point. It Ends with Us is a powerful and emotional novel about love, abuse, and hope.
People We Meet on Vacation by Emily Henry
Emily Henry’s novel People We Meet on Vacation tells the story of two best friends, Poppy and Alex, who take a much-needed vacation together after a rough year. The two women have been through a lot together, and they’re both looking forward to some rest and relaxation.
But as it turns out, their vacation is anything but relaxing. From the moment they arrive at their resort, they’re bombarded with unwanted attention from men. And when they meet their charming tour guide, Diego, they both start to develop feelings for him.
As Poppy and Alex navigate the ups and downs of their vacation romance, they learn that sometimes the best vacations are the ones where we least expect to find love.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen is a novel by Victoria Aveyard. The novel is set in a fictional world where people with special abilities, called “gifteds”, are persecuted by the majority who don’t have them.
The story follows Mare Barrow, a 17-year-old girl from the poverty-ridden slums of the kingdom of Norta, as she is forced to become a pawn in the power struggle between the ruling class and the gifteds.
As Mare gets caught up in the intrigue, she discovers that she has her own unique ability, which makes her both a target and a valuable asset. With war looming on the horizon, Mare must decide where her loyalty lies and what she’s willing to fight for.
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo
Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows is a fantasy novel that has something for everyone. With a diverse cast of characters, an intricate plot, and beautiful writing, this book is not to be missed.
Kaz Brekker is a criminal prodigy who is offered the chance to pull off a heist that could make him rich beyond his wildest dreams. But it’s not just the money that Kaz is after – he’s out for revenge.
Joining Kaz on his dangerous mission are five other misfits: Inej, a spy; Nina, a runaway Grisha; Matthias, a volatile mercenary; Wylan, a demolitions expert; and Jesper, a sharpshooter.
With so much at stake, can they possibly succeed? Read Six of Crows to find out!
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
Holly Black’s The Cruel Prince is a dark, enthralling read that will leave you wanting more.
Black weaves a captivating story of jealousy, betrayal, and magic, set in the world of Faersie. Jude, the human protagonist, is fiercely determined to become one of the faes, even if it means dealing with the dangerous and cruel Prince Cardan.
The Cruel Prince is an excellent addition to Black’s already impressive body of work, and will surely delight readers who are looking for a dark, twisted fairy tale.
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
The Hating Game by Sally Thorne is a fun and flirty read that will keep you entertained from start to finish. The story follows Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman, two coworkers who can’t stand each other. As they’re forced to work together on a project, the tension between them starts to heat up.
But what starts out as a battle of wills quickly turns into something more, and soon Lucy and Joshua are caught up in a game of love and hate. The Hating Game is a delightful rom-com that will have you cheering for the protagonists every step of the way. If you’re looking for a feel-good read, this is the book for you.
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig is a novel about a woman who finds a library in the middle of the night that allows her to check out books from her past, present, and future.
The protagonist, Nora Seed, is a 33-year-old woman who is unhappy with her life. She has made many mistakes and regrets not taking different paths.
When she attempts suicide, she wakes up in the midnight library where she meets Librarian Mrs. Elm. Mrs. Elm tells Nora that she can check out any book from the shelves and live out that life for as long as she wants.
Nora begins to check out books and live alternate lives but soon realizes that none of them are perfect. She makes new mistakes and faces difficult challenges in each life. However, these challenges help her grow as a person and learn more about herself.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Evelyn Hugo was one of the most famous actresses of her generation. She was beautiful, and talented, and had a string of successful films. But Evelyn was also a woman with a dark past. She was married seven times, and each husband had a shocking secret.
Evelyn’s first husband, Claude, was an abusive alcoholic. Her second husband, David, was gay. Her third husband, Ryan, was a womanizer. Her fourth husband, Bradford, was secretly in love with her best friend. Her fifth husband, Harry, was cheating on her with her sister. And her sixth husband, Walter… well, Walter was just plain boring.
But it wasn’t until she met her seventh and final husband that Evelyn finally found true happiness. He was kind, gentle, and loving – everything she’d ever wanted in a man.
They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera
Adam Silvera’s “They Both Die at the End” is a heart-wrenching novel about two teens who are both terminally ill and have 24 hours left to live.
The story follows Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio, two 17-year-olds who live in New York City. They are complete strangers, but they’re both dying. They Both Die at the End is a love story, but it’s not just a love story between two people. It’s a love story between two people and the city they live in.
Silvera expertly weaves together the stories of these two teens as they try to make the most of their last day alive. The result is a powerful and moving novel that will stay with you long after you’ve finished reading it.
Verity by Colleen Hoover
Verity is a novel by Colleen Hoover that tells the story of Lowen Ashleigh, a struggling writer who is hired by Verity Crawford to complete her deceased sister’s unfinished series.
As Lowen gets to know Verity, she starts to uncover the dark secrets of her life and realizes that she may not be as different from her as she thought.
With its twists and turns, Verity is a novel that will keep you guessing until the very end. Hoover does an excellent job of creating complex characters and a fast-paced plot that will keep you turning the pages. If you’re looking for a book that will keep you entertained from start to finish, look no further than Verity.
You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao
When Dustin Thao was in high school, he realized that the world was much bigger than he originally thought. He began to travel and explore as much as he could, and eventually wrote a book about his experiences.
“You’ve Reached Sam” is a collection of short stories that chronicle Thao’s journey from small-town Minnesota to the far corners of the globe. In these stories, Thao writes about his encounters with different cultures, his struggles and triumphs, and the people he meets along the way.
Whether he’s hitchhiking across America or getting lost in the streets of Tokyo, Thao’s writing captures the essence of what it means to be young and alive.