Tuesday, December 2, 2014

TTT - Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2015

It's time to link up with the Broke and the Bookish again!

There's going to be quite a lot of overlap with this list and some of my lists for recent weeks. I don't really pay that much attention to books that are coming up, unless they've been written by my favourite authors. I tend to discover books much closer to their release date, so there are really only a handful of upcoming books that I'm really excited about reading. 

1. Throne of Glass #4 - Sarah J. Maas
I NEEEEEEEEEEEEEEED IT. Even though it doesn't have a title. 

2. Every Move - Ellie Marney
I still haven't read Every Word, but I'm already dying to get my hands on book 3. 

3. Black Dove, White Raven - Elizabeth Wein
Is it another historical fiction book about teenage girls who fly planes? Yes. Will it inevitably tear my heart into tiny pieces and jump on them? Highly likely. Do I want to read it immediately? DEAR GOD, YES, GIVE IT TO ME.

4. Red Queen - Victoria Aveyard
I saw a review of this that said it was like X-Men stuck in a dystopian fantasy world. Uh, yes please.

5. Prudence - Gail Carriger
I've been excited about this book ever since it was announced, and nothing will change that. *grabby hands*

6. Winter - Marissa Meyer
I cannot WAIT to see how this series wraps up. Every single book in it has been phenomenal.

7. Lair of Dreams - Libba Bray
As I said last week, I've been waiting for this book to come out since I read The Diviners in late 2012. It better actually come out next year, or I will cry.

8. All the Bright Places - Jennifer Niven
There's been a fair amount of hype about this one, and I can't wait to see if it lives up to said hype.

9. A Court of Thrones and Roses - Sarah J. Maas
TWO Sarah J. Maas books in one year? YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.

10. Manners and Mutiny - Gail Carriger
My ship is finally sailing and I cannot wait to see how everything pans out OMG. 

What's on your list?

K xx

3 comments:

  1. I'm always curious as to how people fing out about releases for the following year because I seem to mostly stumble into the books I want to read and am also usually late to the party. Netgalley has helped a little with it but not that much.

    I'll probably need to read that Elizabeth Wein book as well, my poor feels.

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  2. Sometimes I think people must just trawl through the forthcoming releases pages for each month on Goodreads...

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  3. I suppose you're right!

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