Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Top Ten Tuesday Nine

Top ten most anticipated novels for 2015 

Top ten tuesday is a weekly feature/meme by The Broke and Bookish.  This weeks topic was actually quite a hard one for me, as I have only recently started paying any attention to new releases, so I had to quite a bit of research and searching on Goodreads to find this, given why there are only seven here.  But nonetheless, I found some which genuinely interested me, so here is my list: 


1) Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard - This is personally not something I would usually go for, but I actually loved the sound of this, particularly the divided world, so I am definitely planning on reading this when it gets released.


2) Mosquitioland by David Arnold - I love the sound of this book so much, especially considering it is meant to be both funny and heartbreaking.  It looks like a book that I can imagine myself loving, so I can't wait for the release date of this to come around. 

3) We All Looked Up by Tommy Wallach - I read (and loved) so many contemporaries last year, and the aspect of this one drew me in straight away, so I am definitely excited to hopefully pick this one up later on in the year.  

4) The Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker - I am not usually a fan of fantasy, or historical (this is set in the 16th century) books, but this one really caught my attention, so despite my initial doubt, I am quite excited about the release of this one later on in the year. 

5) The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy - Straight after reading the synopsis for this, I knew I wanted to read it; I love the supernatural aspect, as well as the mystery, so this is another that I will be waiting for.  

6) Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff - Another contemporary that I am looking forward to, but this time I loved the sound of the deeper side of things, as well the (even slight) link to music, so this is one that I am hoping to pick up when it gets released later this year.  

7) Bookishly Ever After by Isabel Bandeira  - I love the sound of this contemporary, the book links being the main reason for this, and honestly the only downside is that it isn't predicted to be out until December!

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