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Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2015
So, I've been hiding in the writing cave for a month now and I have emerged to tell you all about the books I'm looking forward to getting my hands on next year!
All the Rage by Courtney Summers (April)
I adore Courtney Summers, I do. I am so excited for this book and luckily I have the sequel to This is Not a Test to tide me over until this arrives in April.
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas (May)
I have basically become a HUGE Sarah J. Maas fan this year. Last year, I liked her work but after meeting her this summer and reading Heir of Fire, I am a fully paid up member of the fan club. And now we'll be getting two books a year instead of one! Could not be more excited.
The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski (March)
I really liked The Winner's Curse, despite the patchy war-bit that lost me for a while in the middle and I'm keen to see where the sequel goes. Probably more war stuff, probably I won't actually like this book, but I am totally going to take a chance on it!
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo (October)
Leigh Bardugo. Enough said. Want. Now. Please.
The Shadow Cabinet by Maureen Johnson (February)
I feel like I have been waiting for this book for my ENTIRE life. And I will finally get to read it in a little under three months. Think I might be due a re-read of the first two to prepare. I can't wait.
Tonight the Streets are Ours by Leila Sales (September)
I loved This Song Will Save Your Life. I took a chance by reading it, I picked it up on a whim after hearing a few people chat about it and I loved it. It was such a surprise and I'm looking forward to reading something else by Leila Sales.
Liars, Inc by Paula Stokes (March)
I know very little about this book except that I want it. It's a very Lesley book.
The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma (March)
How pretty is that cover? (I realise I could have said this about almost every book on that list, and that is no way indicative of how I choose which books to read.) I liked the other two books of hers I've read and I hope I'll like this one, too.
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard (February)
Again, look at that cover. I don't know much about this book either, but it was described as being like X-Men, and how could that be a bad thing? Seriously, how? (Unless it's like Days of Future Past, I cannot even talk about that movie.)
Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge (May)
I have to admit, I didn't really like Cruel Beauty, despite its AMAZING cover. I'm hoping I like this one a little more. I think going in with slightly lower expectations will help!