13 Must-Read #BookTok Books of 2023
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by Alison Bailey
7M ago
BookTok has become a central hub for bookworms and literature enthusiasts to discover new and exciting literary recommendations. In this article, we take a journey through the virtual bookshelves of BookTok to uncover the most captivating, thought-provoking, and unputdownable books that have won the hearts and minds of readers in 2023. Icebreaker by Hannah Grace Icebreaker by Hannah Grace is a delightful read about unexpected romance. Anastasia is a talented skater who has her dreams and ambitions and doesn’t have time for boys. When she discovers that her skating rink is now being shared wi ..read more
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9 Cozy #BookTok Books for Fall 2023
BookScouter Blog » BookTok
by M.M. Hattab
8M ago
As leaves change and evenings draw in (if you’re in the northern hemisphere), thoughts turn to longer nights and crisp, golden days.  (Even we can’t resist this most solid of seasonal clichés, it’s true.)  If you’re lucky, at least a few of those mellow, fruitful hours might be spent deep in a book and sipping your seasonal beverage of choice. Here at Bookscouter HQ, we promise won’t judge you for your PSL, white hot chocolate or chai latte, though we do offer a few recs for your next read, curated from this year’s BookTok buzz (with the merest of minor spoilers ahead): The Starles ..read more
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5 of the Best: Spicy #Booktok Books
BookScouter Blog » BookTok
by M.M. Hattab
8M ago
What does ‘spicy’ mean to you? A fluid, sometimes contentious definition amongst Booktok-ers, Reddit-ors, Tumblr-ites and even the (usually) gentler denizens of Goodreads, this romance novel subgenre covers a surprising range. For some, ‘spice’ might be anything more than coy, bedroom-door-closed, fade-to-black hints at (vanilla) sexual congress between leads, for others, no less than the darkest hinterlands of kink, dirty talk occasionally dubious consent and explicitly anatomical description will do. It’s also a definition that’s loose, welcoming, and democratic enough to take in sex more ..read more
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Things We Never Got Over: The Bestselling #Booktok Sensation
BookScouter Blog » BookTok
by M.M. Hattab
8M ago
Set amongst the quirky residents of the quirkily named small town of  Knockemout, Things We Never Got Over by Lucy Score  works hard to convince of its quirkiness. It’s a town where privacy or personal boundaries dissolve and one unfairly populous with handsome men, some of whom make spectacular coffee. It’s also, rather sweetly, a town where the local library still serves the community. The plot hits so many familiar romantic comedy tropes it scarcely musters any suspense. It does, however, go a little something like this: our heroine, Naomi, fleeing her abortive wedding and a sma ..read more
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10 Hot #BookTok Books for Summer 2022
BookScouter Blog » BookTok
by M.M. Hattab
8M ago
No sooner does July throw on her bikini and head for warmer temperatures do the ‘Beach Read’ lists emerge. Romance and tropical escapes are perfect for suitcase and sun-lounger. But what if you need a little darkness in your seasonal reading? Or a sprinkling of old-Hollywood glamour? Our selection’s got you covered – 10 BookTok favorites to take you places, even if a staycation’s more your speed: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston – This lively romance features perhaps the most public meet-hate imaginable: after tabloid rivalry leads to an international incident ..read more
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The Best #BookTok Romance Book Review: Nick and Charlie by Alice Oseman
BookScouter Blog » BookTok
by M.M. Hattab
8M ago
Here is the review of the “Nick and Charlie” book BookTok is currently obsessed with. The book pretends to be the best #BookTok Romance book. The content is provided by M.M. Hattab, one of the BookScouter blog contributors. Though Alice Oseman’s latest novella is the very definition of ‘fan-service’ in many ways and may not satisfy non-fans as a stand-alone work, it still has enough weight to get a very much not-teenage and extremely cynical reader invested in its central teenage couple and their future. Nick and Charlie picks up the narrative a little after Oseman’s Heartstoppper series of ..read more
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