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Top Ten Anticipated Books For The Rest Of 2015
This is a fun topic for me! I took a look back at my ten most anticipated debuts, and my ten most anticipated non-debuts, and since most of them are indeed skewed towards the books published in the first few months of the year, it’s fun to do a list focusing on the 2nd half of the year. (And I think this is the reason why this is a topic).
- Winter by Marissa Meyer. I included this one a few months back, but I’m so excited about that I’ve already pre-ordered it. And I rarely pre-order books, so this is huge to me!
- The Heart Of Betrayal by Mary Pearson. I loved The Kiss Of Deception, and I’m really looking forward to the 2nd one!
- The Iron Warrior by Julie Kagawa. It’s another Iron Fey book and it’s by Julie Kagawa. Of course I’m looking forward to it!
- The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick. I loved The Boy Next Door, and when I heard there was a sequel, I was really excited.
- Manners & Mutiny by Gail Carriger. It’s another Finishing School book! It’s by Gail Carriger! It’s steampunk! (Can you tell I’m excited?)
- A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston. The summary makes it seem like a really interesting re-telling of A Thousand And One Nights (although I could be wrong about the re-telling part, but it sounds like one to me). And the cover is so pretty!
- The Stars Never Rise by Rachel Vincent. I loved her Soul Screamers series, and I’m looking forward to reading this one.
- Time Salvager by Wesley Chu. I don’t read a lot of sci-fi (or books for adults) but this one caught my eye because it’s about a time-traveler who has to get resources from earth without altering any timelines.
- Even When You Lie To Me by Jessica Alcott. This one seems like there’s a potential student-teacher romance, and for some reason that fascinates me. (Unless it’s like Tampa by Alyssa Nutting, in which case, I’m massively creeped out, but YA teacher-student romances don’t creep me out, even though it should).
- Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. This one is about a girl who’s allergic to everything, and hasn’t left her house in 17 years…until this guy moves in next door and seemingly changes everything. This book sounds like something I’d love.