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Top Ten 2015 Releases I Didn’t Get A Chance To Read
It seems like every year, there are book I want to read, and never get to, so I’m hoping this year, I’ll get to read the following books!
- Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. A society divided by the color of your blood sounds super-interesting. I wanted to get to it, but I just never got the chance to read it.
- The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows. I loved her Incarnate trilogy, and was really excited about The Orphan Queen. I definitely want to get to it this year!
- Black Dove, White Raven by Elizabeth Wein. I liked Code Name Verity, and loved Rose Under Fire, and so I knew I had to read Black Dove, White Raven!
- All The Rage by Courtney Summers. I bought this recently, so hopefully, I’ll read it soon.
- Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge. I am very interested in Crimson Bound after reading Cruel Beauty last year. I’ve had a copy from the library for weeks, and yet, I still haven’t picked it up. I’ll try to read it before I have to return it, but if I don’t, I’ll just have to get it later.
- The Heart Of Betrayal by Mary Pearson. I need to read it! The Kiss Of Deception was awesome, and I don’t know why I haven’t read it, because I was so excited about it!
- The Boy Most Likely To by Huntley Fitzpatrick. I forgot it came out last year, but after loving The Boy Next Door, I was so excited when I saw there was going to be another book set in the same world!
- George by Alex Gino. I’ve heard so much about George, and it seems like an awesome book.
- Six Of Crows by Leah Bardugo. I started this one, but wasn’t in the mood for it, so I set it aside. I need to pick it back up because I loved her Grisha trilogy, and any book set in that world is worth reading!
- Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. I LOVED Fangirl so much, and there was a lot of fangirling when I found out that Rowell was writing Carry On. This was another book I started, and set aside. It’s Carry On, and I wanted to read it at the right time. I’m pretty sure I’ll read it this year!