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Top Ten Tuesday (#71) (12/03/14) Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2015


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Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2015

As always, my want to read pile is much larger than my able to read pile.  Even so, there are a ton of books I'm looking forward to in 2015.  Some of them I covered in last week's post, but here are some others.  I am also going to leave off the sequels and debuts, which I will cover at a later date.

Books on this issue are so important, and Courtney Summers is a terrific writer so I have high hopes for this book.
Expected publication: April 28th 2015 by K-Teen

I have always been pretty vocal about how much I enjoyed her Mythos Academy books, and so I am willing to give this new series a chance.  I hope I love it just as much.

Expected publication: May 5th 2015 by Viking Juvenile

This was my WoW for last week and with good reason.  If I were only allowed to read one book that publishes in 2015 it would be this one. I trust anything that Sarah Dessen writes, and this one is no exception.

Expected publication: March 31st 2015 by Bloomsbury

I absolutely loved her debut, so I am sure I will love this book just as much.  Every time I read the synopsis, I want to drop everything I'm reading and pick this one up.
Expected publication: June 2nd 2015 by Dutton Juvenile

I feel like I've been waiting forever for her to write a new book.  From the description, it will be completely different from the Forest of Hands and Teeth trilogy, which if you haven't read you should check out.
Expected publication: March 1st 2015 by Carolrhoda Books

This book looks like it will be beautiful and heartbreaking.  I love the idea of the story and it kind of feels like it has a White Oleander feeling to it.
Expected publication: March 24th 2015 by Algonquin Young Readers

I enjoyed her last book.  It was so fascinating and so well written.  I have high hopes for this one too.  A good ghost story is always welcome.
Expected publication: 2015 by Simon Pulse

How cute does this book look?  I love the idea of modernizing the story of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.  Technically this is a YA debut, and I'm excited to check out her work.

Expected publication: September 1st 2015 by Headline

Obviously this does not have a cover yet, but since Jennifer E. Smith is quickly joining the ranks of my favorite authors, I have to add it to this list.  I can't wait to find out more info about this one.


  1. OOoh nice! I am curious about Cold Burn of Magic too! I still want to read her first YA series though! Soooo many books and soooooooo very little time is what they should say! lol

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  2. Cold Burn of Magic sounds AWESOME! This is the first I'm hearing about it! I can't believe I forgot to add Daughter of Deep Silence to my list. And yeah, I want to read everything else on your list. Here's my TTT

  3. I still haven't read anything by Sarah Dessen! Does that make me a bad YA reader?

  4. I recently came across Anne and Henry on someone's blog, it looks great! I love to read about the Tudors, so it will be interesting to read a modern YA retelling. I've never read anything by Sarah Dessen but I bought Just Listen, so I'll be reading that soon! I haven't heard of some of the others you mentioned so I'll check them out :-D