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Top Ten Tuesday # 14 (Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward To In 2015)


TOP TEN TUESDAY is a weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.

This week is all about those books we are dying to get our hands on in 2015. There are so many books I wanted to feature but, only 10 could make it. Here is my list!





Untitled (Snow Like Ashes #2) by Sara Raasch. If you've read recent blog posts of mine you would know I loved the first book to pieces. And I cannot wait until the second book comes out. Sara Raasch told on twitter it was most likely to come out in the fall and waiting is gonna a killer, especially since she's working now on book 3 and her tweets are gonna be the end of me.







The Ruby Circle by Richelle Mead. I haven't read The Fiery Heart yet but I'm waiting until the last book is out to marathon them because otherwise I wouldn't be able to just wait. C'mon, you know me and how I feel about waiting. I'm an impatient person. This one comes out February 10th. 







The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black. I've read The Coldest Girl in Coldtown and highly enjoyed it so I wanna give this one a try as well. I mean, FAIRIES! What else can you ask for? January 13th, be ready!










Playlist for the Dead by Michelle Falkoff. This book is about a boy who is trying to understand why his best friend killed himself by listening to a playlist he left him. I'm intrigued. This one also comes out in January, the 27th.








The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows. I've never read anything by Jodi Meadows but I've heard about this book through Regan from PeruseProject and I just had to add it. It's high fantasy. We all know fantasy is my favourite genre and I'm reading this, not matter what. I'm gonna have to wait until March 10th but I think I will be able =P









Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. The cover is calling my name and even though Goodreads says this is dystopian and high-fantasy. I'm not too keen of dystopian books as of right now but I can't say no to fantasy. February 10th is the day.








All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven. Again another contemporary books which deals with mental illness. I'm drawn to those and it comes January 6th. YAY!









The Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Salisbury. This is high-fantasy and the cover is gorgeous. I'm gonna read it. Period. February 24th is the day.








Mechanica by Betsy Cornwell. It's true Cinderella is not my favourite fairytale but I love retellings so I'm going to give this one a go even though it doesn't come out until August 4th.









The last book in my list is An Ember in the Ashes by Sabaa Tahir. Well guys, a Rome-like world and fantasy? GIVE IT TO ME! I'M SO SOLD. April 28th can't come soon enough!







Have you heard about any of those books? Would you be interested in reading them? Also, I wanna know what books are you looking forward to read in 2015, link me your TTTs

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