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As terrible as it sounds, there are not too many books I am highly anticipating for the rest of 2015, and it was quite a bit of a stretch to get this list to 10 books! But alas, I did it, and I’m actually pretty excited for a majority of these books!
1. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – One of my favourite authors writing about one of the funnest aspects of her novel Fangirl. I’m damn excited.
2. Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas – The fourth book of the Throne of Glass series is out in September (just in time for my birthday!) and I’m over the moon excited for this one.
3. Winter by Marissa Meyer – While I still haven’t gotten around to reading Cress (why?!) I’m still super excited for this to come out so I can complete the series!
4. The Amazing Book is Not on Fire by Dan Howell and Phil Lester – This is non-fiction about my two favourite youtubers Dan and Phil and I’m going to be anxiously awaiting this ones arrival in October.
5. The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness – I have not read anything by Patrick Ness yet (again, why?!) but I’m intrigued by this ones premise and will definitely be giving it a go!
6. Illuminae by Amie Kaufman – I first heard about this when everyone was receiving their BEAUTIFUL arc copies from BEA, however when I looked more into the story I realised that it actually sounds super interesting and I’ll be looking into it when it’s released.
7. Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone – From the early reviews of this one, it sounds like a brilliant portrayal of mental illness and I’m very excited to get around to it.
8. Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon – I deal with quite a lot of allergies, and while it doesn’t keep me restricted indoors, I found the concept so close to home and plain old interesting that I am definitely anticipating this read.
9. Paperweight by Meg Haston – Eating disorder books grab me from the start. Definitely excited to see how this one goes down.
10. Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl – Although I’m very anxious about how Natasha is going to be portrayed in this book (they better not mis-represent her like in AOU, please!) I definitely want to pick a copy of this up at some point after it’s released and see how it goes down!
What are your most anticipated books for the rest of 2015? Any similar ones? X