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Mar 19

Tik Tok Made Me Read It

Posted on March 19, 2021 at 12:00 AM by Elizabeth Land

We trending book recommendations found on the social media service Tik Tok.

Tik Tok, a popular video-sharing social networking service, is an awesome places to find inspiration, DIY ideas, or just to connect with other people. However, there is another side to Tik Tok — Book Tok! Today Ms. Jessica is diving deep into the Book Tok world to discover three popular books or series being featured that you will want to check out.

Tik Tok's Top Titles

  • Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake
    Three Dark Crowns book coverFirst up on our list is a whole series! Author Kendare Blake has recently swept Tik Tok Land with her series, Three Dark Crowns. The first book, Three Dark Crowns, sets us off on a whirlwind adventure into a fantasy world where three sisters are set for a royal battle over the crown. The story is dark, gritty, and features strong characters fighting their way to freedom and to the top. York County Public Library has all four of the books available for check out, so start begin reading today to get in on the trend.
  • Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
    If fantasy is not your genre, maybe our next trending title will be more appealing. Red, White, and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston is a light-hearted romance that is all over Book Tok. It follows the American President's son and a U.K. princess being forced into friendship when a slight mishap turns into an international scandal. This has all the happy feelings you need in a rom-com. We have this book in a physical and virtual copy, so get your copy today!
  • Last Call by Elon Green
    Finally, for my crime fans, I have the perfect pick for you! Last Call by Elon Green, is a true crime book set in New York City. In the early 1990’s a serial killer is targeting gay men of the city. Focusing on the lives of the victims, this book explores how justice was found for the men and their families. The author does a stunning job of showing readers not only the community's vibrant life, but also its resilience. This book will be hitting library shelves later this month, so keep an eye out so you can scoop it up before someone else does!