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Top Ten 2015 Releases (I cannot wait to get my hands on)

June 9, 2015 | 6 comments


 

Every year I tell myself that this is the year when I will finally make progress on my massive tbr-list, but it never works since I constantly keep adding new books – both new discoveries and new releases – to the list. Because of my self-imposed book buying ban this year, I at least have a chance to read some of the old books on my list while I wait for my library to get in the new releases. The top ten (as hosted by The Broke and the Bookish) releases for the rest of 2015 that I’m most excited about, and might not have the patience to wait to get from the library, are in order:

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1. The Girl in the Spider’s Web by David Lagercrantz | September 1
A Lisbeth Salander novel, continuing the Millennium series by Stieg Larsson. The Millennium series is one of my all-time favourites, and I wished Stieg Larsson had been able to finish the series as he envisioned. I’m not sure if I want to read the new addition, because it won’t be the same thing (but in reality, I won’t be able to resist and I’ll probably buy it the day it is released).

2. The Breaking Point by Jefferson Bass | Released today
This series about forensic anthropologist Bill Brockton, who runs a research facility called The Body Farm in Tennessee, is one of my favourites.

3 & 4. A New Hope and Wildest Dreams by Robyn Carr | June 30/August 25
Books #8 and 9 in the Thunder Point series about the people in small quiet coastal town Thunder Point. This series is one of my guilty pleasure, feel good series.

5. That Chesapeake Summer by Mariah Stewart | June 23
Another feel good series, similar in style to Thunder Point and equally good.

6. Tonight the Street Are Ours by Leila Sales | September 15
I just finished This Song Will Save Your Life, which is one of the best young adult novels I’ve read. I really hope Sales’ next book is just as wonderful.

7. Beyond the Kingdoms by Chris Colfer | July 7
The fourth book in Colfer’s wonderful series Land of Stories, where he re-imagines classic fairy tales (which I so have a soft spot for when it is done right).

8. Fear the Dark by Kay Hooper | October 6
The 16th book in the Bishop/Special Crimes Unit series (which is one of the rare paranormal series I actually like). This time, people are disappearing in a small town.

9. The Night We Said Yes by Lauren Gibaldi | June 16
A fun, romantic read, about a girl trying to get over a boy but then plans change. Sounds like a cute book.

10. Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts | November 3
The first book in the new The Guardian Trilogy. Nora Roberts does romance novels really good (or occasionally very badly) but I usually like her trilogies and have high hopes for this one.

Which future releases are you looking forward to the most?

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