Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For the Rest of 2015


Hi everyone! Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish. This week's topic is Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For the Rest of 2015.



I have heard nothing but great things about this book, and to be honest, it just sounds like such great fun.


I loved Richelle's Vampire Academy series, and this one sounds just as good. I am especially interested in the Chinese folklore element of it.


This is the new book from the author of Hugo Cabret, which although I haven't read, it sounds great and so does this.


A lot of people have been talking about this book, and I am intrigued by the protagonist in this.


Even though I've yet to read Robin's last novel, I still have high hopes for this one as pretty much everyone loved Lies We Tell Ourselves.


I don't really know what this one is about, but I have seen the inside and I WANT IT NOW.
It's presented so differently, unlike a normal book, and it just looks really cool.


I WANT THIS BOOK SO MUCH! This is actually the first book that I sent an arc request for, but I haven't heard anything back, so I'm guessing I won't get it. Oh well, guess this just means I'll have to go out and buy myself a copy when it's out.


This book has such a beautiful cover and it just seems like it will be a great story.


This book has REALLY mixed reviews, so now I'm not as excited for it, but I'd still like to give it a go.


I feel like everyone and their mother is excited for this book, me included.

So there we go! I hope you've enjoyed reading about my Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For the Rest of 2015.

Izzy

Comments

  1. I've just read an arc of Everything Everything - it's amazing. Such a great story :)

    Claire @ Book Blog Bird

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    1. I'm so jealous! Glad you enjoyed it, now I want to read it even more :D

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