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2015 releases I haven’t got to yet. Let us begin.
1. Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
It looks so beautiful and seems interesting. I have it, haven’t read it yet. SOMETIME. SOON.
2. A Darker Shade of Magic by V. E. Schwab
THIS SOUNDS LIKE THE COOLEST THING. TIME TRAVELLING + THIEVERY + LONDON!!!! Can this be anymore awesome?! MUST FIND AND GORGE MY EYES ON IT.
3. November 9 by Colleen Hoover
I love how her stories are your standard love stories but they’re not. There’s always a twist in the characters or the plot that YOU JUST WON’T SEE. Love the premise of this book, hope to read it soon. 😀
4. Stand Off by Andrew Smith
This is the sequel to Winger, which I only read this year BUT I meant to read both last year and this one came out last year. Review to Winger coming soon!
5. All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
The cover is what drew me to the book. So superficial, I know 😛 I got through half the book but I was in this major reading block after Heir of Fire so I just stopped and thought to pick it up later sometime. Heard a lot of positive things about this book, so I’m hoping to enjoy it!
6. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas
I LOVE fairytale retellings! And I love Sarah J Maas, not just her writing, she genuinely seems like such a cool person. I really want to read this sometime. Beauty and the Beast retelling by Sarah J Maas so there’s definitely some major fantasy elements and plenty of swoon worthy guys I’m sure! What’s not to love?!
7. Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Rick Riordan
I will read everything this man writes. Though it may take a while because he writes books faster than lightning strikes. 😛 I read the first chapter in a book shop but couldn’t buy the book then because I didn’t have enough money. *sigh* SOON. From what I read, it was amazing!
8. The illustrated Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
I mean. I just want to stroke all the pictures and admire the drawings and see if they look vaguely even like how I imagined them xD
9. Never Never by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher
Never heard of Tarryn Fisher but I really liked the premise of this book, so I think I’ll enjoy this! 🙂
And that’s all I have for this week! Couldn’t reach top TEN this week 😛