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Top Ten Most Anticipated Debut Novels For 2015
I honestly don’t pay a lot of attention to when books come out, but I have to admit that I always like seeing which debut books are coming out. These 10 really got my attention! (PS- all links go to goodreads!)
- A Wicked Thing by Rhiannon Thomas. Is it just me, or does it seem like there are quite a few Aurora/Sleeping Beauty re-tellings coming out? This one seems particularly interesting, since it focuses on happily ever after.
- The Sacred Lies Of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes. I don’t know why I’m fascinated with stories about girls escaping from religious communes, but I like the sound of this one.
- The Wrong Side Of Right by Jenn Marie Thorne. This book is described as equal parts Princess Diaries and My Life Next Door, and as I love both, I’m even more curious about than I already was.
- Damage Done by Amanda Panitch. A girl dealing with her brother’s crime, and a new, secret identity? This sounds like my kind of book!
- The Distance Between Lost And Found by Kathryn Holmes. A girl choosing not to talk after an incident with a preacher’s son, and then gets stranded on a mountain several months later? I’m excited because I like the idea of a getting stranded on a mountain.
- The Conspiracy Of Us by Maggie Hall. A YA book in the vein of The Da Vinci Code? Sold.
- Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. Just based on the summary, I totally see the comparisons to The Hunger Games and Divergent.
- Skyscraping by Cordelia Jensen. Family secrets abound in this book, especially because of a parent that has HIV.
- The Girl At Midnight by Melissa Grey. This one really reminds me of Shadow And Bone, City Of Bones, and Daughter Of Smoke And Bone, which means I’ll (hopefully) like this book. I mean, an ancient people with feathers for hair, living underground in New York City! Totally different.
- An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir. It’s set in a Rome-like world, which is super-intriguing.