Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish every week. This week we are all talking about the releases that we’re most looking forward to during the second half of 2015! There are quite a few, so let’s get started.
Amie Kaufman is a busy bee. I’ve only read one book from each author (These Broken Stars and Stormdancer, respectively) but I know from experience that both are talented writers and I’m looking forward to seeing how they work together now that they’ve teamed up. I will be reading This Shattered World and hopefully finishing The Lotus Wars before I read Illuminae, which sounds like an awesome space-y book.
Okay, so I have already read this but I loved it so much that I had to include it here. It’s a story about people who would usually be the random extras of a YA novel, and what their world is like when their schoolmates are running around and fighting zombies. Everyone should read every Patrick Ness book ever. They win awards for reasons.
Rachel Vincent is one of my favourite authors and she’s bringing out three whole books this year. SO. EXCITED.
This is the sequel to A Thousand Pieces of You, which I read and loved a few months ago. It incorporates science fiction, time travel, and history really well, and while I had a couple of issues with it, I’m still really looking forward to reading this sequel.
This is another new release that will be incorporating history. This time it’s a history that I haven’t read much about yet: the Great Library of Alexandria. I’m interested in seeing how Caine goes about telling this story.
I LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SERIES! I’m on the hunt for more Locke and Jean, and let’s hope that Sabetha stays far, far away because I’m not here for that romance. Locke/Jean, however, are OTP.
I have a copy of this waiting to be read, and I might just get to it this month. I’m really excited for more fantasy from Carson, even though I haven’t yet finished the Fire and Thorns trilogy. In fact, I might finish it before starting this. I am about to go on a plane for eleven hours, after all.
Amie Kaufman is on this list twice because I want alllll the space books.
There’s been a bit of drama surrounding this book, which is the sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird. However, since nothing out of the ordinary has been proven, I will be reading this book and catching up with my favourite characters.
MOST. ANTICIPATED. BOOK. OF. THE. YEAR. Probably. I neeeeed more Celaena. And Rowan. And Manon. And none for Chaol, bye.