Sorry TBR, February is coming to load you up with even more books! I’m super excited for Red Side Story, What Feasts at Night, Bride, and A Tempest of Tea and I’m sure a few more will work their way onto my shelves.

As always, dates mostly refer to UK print editions, and so books may already be out in different formats or territories. Links go to Goodreads (or blog review if marked with ✨) and * indicates I’ve received a review copy.


Jonathan Abernathy You Are Kind by Molly McGhee (Fourth Estate)

A Sign of Her Own by Sarah Marsh (Tinder Press)

The Djinn Waits a Hundred Years by Shubnum Khan (Magpie)

Maude Horton’s Glorious Revenge by Lizzie Pook (Picador)

Quint by Robert Lautner (The Borough Press)

Goddess Crown by Shade Lapite (Walker)

Interesting Facts About Space by Emily Austin (Atlantic Books)

Parasol Against the Axe by Helen Oyeyemi (Faber)


Tides & Drift by Adrienne Young (Titan Books)

Fourteen Days edited by Margaret Atwood (Chatto & Windus)

Red Side Story by Jasper Fforde (Hodder & Stoughton)

Bride by Ali Hazelwood (Sphere)

The Tainted Cup by Robert Jackson Bennett (Hodderscape)

Infinity Alchemist by Kacen Callender (Faber)

Your Shadow Half Remains by Sunny Moraine (St Martin’s Press)


Microlands: The Future of Life on Earth (and Why It’s Smaller Than You Think) by J. Craig Venter + David Ewing Duncan (Robinson)

The Book of Love by Kelly Link (Head of Zeus)

The Secrets of Blythswood Square by Sara Sheridan (Hodder & Stoughton)

The Bone Hunters by Joanne Burn (Sphere)


Wild and Distant Seas by Tara Karr Roberts (WW Norton & Co)


The Fox Wife by Yangsze Choo (Quercus)

What Feasts at Night by T. Kingfisher (Titan Books)

The Frame Up by Gwenda Bond (Wildfire)

Dead Things Are Closer Than They Appear by Robin Wasley (Simon & Schuster US)


The Grace of Wild Things by Heather Fawcett (Harperteen)


Sunbringer by Hannah Kaner (HarperVoyager)*

An Education in Malice by S.T. Gibson (Orbit)

The Night Alphabet by Joelle Taylor (riverrun)

The Book of Doors by Gareth Brown (Bantam)

Meet Me at the Surface by Jodie Matthews (Fourth Estate)

Smoke And Ashes: Opium’s Hidden Histories by Amitav Ghosh (John Murray)

Deadly Animals by Marie Tierney (Zaffre)


The Boy Who Cried Bear by Kelley Armstrong (Self-Published)

My Throat an Open Grave by Tori Bovalino (Titan Books)

Island Witch by Amanda Jayatissa (Berkley)


A Tempest of Tea by Hafsah Faizal (Macmillan)

Wise Animals: How Technology Has Made Us What We Are by Tom Chatfield (Picador)

The Bad Ones by Melissa Albert (Penguin)


The Butcher of the Forest by Premee Mohamed (Titan Books)

Remedial Magic by Melissa Marr (Bramble)


Everyone On This Train Is A Suspect by Benjamin Stevenson (Michael Joseph)

Fathomfolk by Eliza Chan (Orbit)*

Where the Dark Stands Still by A.B. Poranek (Penguin)

In the Shallows by Tanya Byrne (Hodder)

A Bookshop of One’s Own by Jane Cholmeley (Mudlark)

Compass and Blade by Rachel Greenlaw (Harper Fire)

The Crimson Moth by Kristen Ciccarelli  (Magpie)

Snowglobe by Soyoung Park (Penguin)

The Djinn’s Apple by Djamila Morani (Neem Tree Press)

Crypt by Alice Roberts (Simon & Schuster)