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This weeks theme is: Top Ten 2015 Releases I Meant To Get To But Didn’t
There were SO many books I hoped to read last year but somehow I never found the time to get around to them, so here is just a selection of them. Not all of them were 2015 releases, I don’t think, but I intended to read them during 2015 and will hopefully read at least some of them this year.
The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch – I can’t even remember how long I’ve had this book on my e-reader, and I definitely want to give it a go during 2016. The only excuse I cant think of is that I tend my read my library books first because they have to be due back by a certain date so my own books tend to get pushed aside, and yet every time I see this book mentioned online it’s always with high praise.
Thief’s Magic by Trudi Canavan – I’ve never read anything by this author and this one caught my eye on a visit to the library. I think the second book has been published by now too, so hopefully that will be another one to read during 2016.
Welcome to Night Vale by Jeffrey Cranor and Joseph Fink – I started listening to the podcast a while back so when I realised there was a novel too I became curious.
Wolf Hall by Hilary Mantel – I added this one to my TBR after I watched the wonderful BBC tv series with Mark Rylance. I’d attempted to read it before and gave up for some reason, but watching that series really made me want to give the book another go because I thought it was brilliant.
The Watchers by Neil Spring – I read The Ghost Hunters and enjoyed it so I’d like to give the author’s next book a try.
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin – Another offering from an author I really enjoy, I simply must get around to reading this book.
Carry On by Rainbow Rowell – Simon and Baz and their adventures at school, how could I possibly resist this one after falling for Fangirl?
The Vanishing Throne by Elizabeth May – The Falconer was very good, so I hope this sequel will be just as enjoyable.
Half the World by Joe Abercrombie – I really enjoyed Half a King and had planned to read the rest of the series.
Mistborn: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson – I see a lot of love for this series online and I do have the first book on my TBR list.
Have you read any of my picks? Which should I put right to the top of by TBR?