Top Ten Tuesday || Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2015

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme/feature hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week we are talking about all those book we look forward to in 2015. For this list I've tried to exclude debut novels, simply because there's going to be a Top Ten Tuesday topic about 2015 debut novels in January. It was hard choosing just ten, but I managed to do so.

Tonight the Streets Are Ours - Leila Sales
This book sounds really interesting. I read This Song Will Save Your Life earlier this year, and I really loved it. Therefore I'm really excited for this book to come out.
Expected publication date is September 15th 2015

I only heard about this book a couple of days ago. The concept of this book seems really interesting, and like something I haven't read before.
Expected publication date is June 16th 2015

The Fill-In Boyfriend - Kasie West
I haven't read a Kasie West book before, but I've heard a lot of great things about her writing. It sounds like a really good and fun contemporary. Well, maybe not "fun-fun", but still.
Expected publication date is May 5th 2015

I have heard a lot of people getting excited by this book, and when I read the synopsis, I must admit that it got me too. This sounds amazing. Again, I haven't read any of Sarah J. Maas' books, but I do have Throne of Glass on my December TBR
Expected publication date is May 5th 2015

I've seen this book (arc) around the book-blogging world for some time, and I've heard some good things about it. Luckily, the publication date is not all that far away.
Expected publication date is March 24th 2015

Magic and historical fiction. This is bound to be awesome. I know a lot of people love Victoria Schwab's writing, so I'm really excited to get my hands on this. Also, the cover is really beautiful.
Expected publication date is February 24th 2015

Norse mythology + Rick Rioardan - I need this book. I'm currently reading the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, and I am loving it! So, I was really excited when I found out that Rick Riordan was writing a series based on Norse mythology. I'm Scandinavian, come on, I'm bound to be excited. (not that it has anything to do with that, anyway). Sadly, this book is really far away - all the way to October.
Expected publication date is October 6th 2015

All Fall Down - Ally Carter
Another book I haven't heard all that much about. However, I was browsing around Goodreads, and I came across this one. The cover look pretty cool, so I decided to look at the synopsis, and wow. This sounds really cool. Also, it's not that far away - the publication date that is.
Expected publication date is January 27th 2015

The Game of Love and Death - Martha Brockenbrough
I haven't actually heard people talking about this one. Again it was just one of those books I found while browsing Goodreads. It sounds like a love story right after my own heart. Maybe not one I would want for myself, but one I would love to read.
Expected publication date is April 28th 2015

The Witches of Echo Park - Amber Benson
Urban Fantasy, and witches. It's not something I would usually pick up. However, it's gonna be a new year, so it would be the perfect time to broaden my reading, and this book sounds like something that could help with just that.
Expected publication date is January 6th 2015

1 comment:

  1. I fell in love with the cover for a Darker Shade of Magic as well! The combination of historical fiction, magic and parallel worlds seems really cool! The others on your list are interesting, I've been hearing a lot about The Sword of Summer as well. :)