It’s time for Top Ten Tuesdays, hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. Todays’ s topic is Top Ten Most Anticipated Novels of 2015!
Okay, I really hate to admit this, but I have very little knowledge for what novels are coming out this year, so if you all could give me some recommendations in the comments that would be great.
1. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
Okay, this sounds like and AWESOME book! Not only have I read so many rave reviews about it, I LOVE the cover and the premise. A retelling of Beauty and the Beast with a Faerie lord? YES PLEASE!
2. The Untitled Fourth Book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities Series by Shannon Messenger
I’ve read the first three in the series and I AM HOOKED. This is my favorite series, ever. Like seriously. THE BEST. And it left off on a cliffhanger.
Kind of. It’s hard to explain without ruining the whole series. But yeah. Definitely want to read that one.
3. The Sword Of Summer by Rick Riordan
RICK RIORDAN. Cue the freaking out of the fangirls and boys.
Yeah. Norse gods, trolls, giants, RICK RIORDAN. Enough said.
4. The Penderwicks in Spring
I love The Penderwicks series and I can’t wait for the next one. I’ve been reading them since I was younger, and I’m hooked.
Now comes the request part. These are all of the books I am looking forward to reading in 2015. I NEED MORE!
Please comment below with book recommendations for books that are coming out this year, and books that are already out. You can check my Book Review Requests to find out what I can and can’t read.
I REALLY need more books. My Goodreads goal is to read 101 books this year, but idealisticly, I would like to read ten new books a month. I’m a super quick reader. I read The Book Thief in one evening. In like three hours. But guess how many books I’ve read so far this year? ONE.
It’s incredibly sad. So please, just go to my Book Review Request page, see what I like to read, and comment here on what books you think I might enjoy.
Thank you so much, and don’t forget to come back tomorrow for Katie’s fabulous what we can learn post.