Adam Silvera and Becky Albertalli Announce Sequel to ‘What If It’s Us’

Julia
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Bestselling YA authors Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera have had quite an exciting year career-wise. Silvera kicked off the year with the release of his debut fantasy novel Infinity Son, released a deluxe version of his debut novel More Happy Than Not, also announced that the book is in development as a series by HBO Max, and shared the cover and release date of his upcoming Infinity Reaper (the sequel to Infinity Son). Becky Albertalli released Yes No Maybe So, which she co-authored with Aisha Saeed. She is also gearing up to release her next book, titled Kate in Waiting, slated to release April 20, 2021. Her book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, which spawned a feature film in 2018, eventually led to the Hulu original series Love, Victor that premiered in June.

But the news doesn’t stop there. Today, Silvera and Albertalli announced the sequel of What If It’s Us, which they co-authored. That’s right. Arthur and Ben’s story is going to grace our bookshelves once again! The upcoming book is titled Here’s to Us and will publish in Fall 2021. It will follow Arthur and Ben’s chance reunion in New York City during the summer.

What If It’s Us follows Arthur and Ben, who meet one day at the post office. However, they are separated before they have the chance to really connect. But maybe the universe really does believe in true love, as the two finally reunite. The story is told from alternating points of view between Arthur and Ben as they learn about themselves and form a relationship that will live rent-free in your mind long after you finish reading. Purchase a copy here!

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Julia is a writer/editor/content assistant for Nerds who joined the team in 2019.
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