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If you are a book lover and you can’t stop spending time on TikTok, then chances are you are well aware of #BookTok. But justttt in case you’ve never heard of it, know that the BookTok community is a place where TikTok users share their favorite books, and there’s something for everyone. Certain titles have made it big thanks to the app, including older books. Instead of scrolling all over TikTok collecting recommendations, we took a deep dive into BookTok ourselves and picked out the best of the best to put on top of your TBR pile.
These are the best books on BookTok:
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For women in STEM
‘The Love Hypothesis’ by Ali Hazelwood
Ali Hazelwood’s debut became an instant BookTok sensation, and it’s pretty obvious why. Olive Smith lies to her friend that she is currently seeing someone and kisses the first man she sees in the hallway to prove her point. It turns out that the random guy is actually the toughest professor on her program, Dr. Adam Carlson. They now have to pretend to be in a relationship to help sell the lie and yes, it gets very steamy.
That knife to the throat kind of book
Holly Black’s The Cruel Prince
More than 15 years later, Holly Black finally returns to the fairy world of Elfhame tithes was released. Now the story follows Jude Urgate, a mortal who was kidnapped and taken to live among the fey. Even without her own powers, she tries to prove herself against those who don’t believe she belongs by teaming up with a powerful group and trying to bring down the crown.
‘Twisted Love’ by Ana Huang
After her brother leaves for a special one-year volunteer opportunity, Ava Chen must learn to deal with his very cold best friend, Alex Volkov. But while he knows she’s off limits while he tries to protect her, love has other plans for these two.
Need a good scream?
‘They both die at the end’ by Adam Silvera
This heartbreaking yet uplifting novel will remind you not to take a second of your life for granted. Two teenage boys both receive a terrible phone call that they will die that day. Meteo and Rufus decide to spend their last moments together trying to make the best of what they have while also giving love one last chance.
False Relationship Trope FTW
Elena Armas The Spanish Love Deception
After lying to her family all along about having an American boyfriend, Catalina Martin quickly accepts her colleague’s offer to make him pretend to be her old friend for her sister’s wedding. But what begins as a fake relationship turns into something neither of them expected in this slow romance.
You are the curse of my existence
‘The Viscount Who Loved Me’ by Julia Quinn
Dark Academia Lovers, Rise
‘The Atlas Six’ by Olivie Blake
Olivie Blake’s The Atlas Six is the definition of a BookTok sensation. Her original self-published version became a huge hit, and now it’s been picked up by Tor Books and is a New York Times best seller. When six new magical academics are chosen to join a special association, they must deal with each other over the next year and try to prove themselves, as only five will actually join.
‘Red, White and Royal Blue’ by Casey McQuiston
Read on to find out what happens when the Prince of England and the son of the President of the United States fall in love. It’s the international scandal we all need!
Do you want to be remembered?
‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’ by VE Schwab
VE Schwab continues to leave us breathless with her work, especially in this mature title. In the 18th century, Addie makes a deal with the devil to live forever, but the catch is that no one will ever remember her. Imagine her surprise when she meets a mysterious man who somehow knows who she is.
From the BookTok Queen
‘It Ends With Us’ by Colleen Hoover
Six years after the book’s original publication, BookTok fell in love with It ends with us and took it to number one on the New York Times bestseller list. While Colleen has admitted she still doesn’t understand how all of this happened, fans still can’t get enough of Lily Bloom and her story. Colleen is even releasing a sequel in October 2022!
If you need a new series ASAP
‘Get a Life, Chloe Brown’ by Talia Hibbert
Get ready to fall for the Brown sisters as they try to navigate life and love in their own way. Talia Hibbert’s series begins with Chloe Brown, who is going to change her life with a special to-do list. And she asks her hot neighbor to help her finish it.
Fine, make me your villain
‘Shadow and Bone’ by Leigh Bardugo
The hit Netflix series originally started out as a very popular YA trilogy that has since exploded into its own universe. Fans can relive Alina Starkov’s journey to discover her power in the original books. After that the sky is the limit with the Six of Crows series and The King of Scars duology that follows.
Small Town Romance ~Vibes~
‘It Happened One Summer’ by Tessa Bailey
Tessa Bailey is an author you’ve probably seen on your FYP thanks to her hilarious and viral TikToks about being a novelist. So it’s only clear that everyone loves her books equally, especially the It happened one summer series and the sequel, Hook, line and sinker†
Picture Perfect debut novel
Ashley Herring Blake’s ‘Delilah Green Doesn’t Care’
After taking a moment to take in this beautiful cover, you’ll want to pick up this debut right away. NYC photographer Delilah Green is forced to return to her hometown thanks to her sister’s wedding, and things quickly get interesting when she learns about local bookstore owner Claire Sutherland. Sounds like every book lover’s dream.
The series that changed the entire industry
‘A Garden of Thorns and Roses’ by Sarah J. Maas
If you’ve spent enough time on TikTok, you’ve definitely heard of Sarah J. Maas’s LIMIT series. It’s been a phenomenon since it was first released in 2015, as it was one of the titles that helped create the New Adult genre before it even existed. And thank goodness it did, because now we can still enjoy it years later. So thank you, SJM! We owe you a lot!
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