Most Anticipated 2015 Releases


Wow! It's nearly the end of September and before long 2015 will be with us, and for us book-ish people we are all probably making lists of our most anticipated releases. I know I sure have been. Favourite authors are bringing out books and we all want them immediately, some of which we know we have to wait so long for that we confuse ourselves on whether we should read their most recent one.

So I've jotted down a few releases that I am very excited for. There's about fifteen overall, but I've pulled the list down to five for this blog post. Ps, don't forget to comment what books you're excited for!

BOOK ONE: Lady Midnight (Book 1, The Dark Artifices) by Cassandra Clare.

There's no surprise that this is my most anticipated release. Cassandra Clare is without a doubt one of the best Young Adult authors out there. Her books are addictive and filled with action, but what I love more is that Cassandra Clare includes diverse characters into her books. In fact, Cassandra has stated that she plans to write a transgendered character in one of her series, which I am super happy for. Lady Midnight is planned to be released in September 2015. (There is no cover. Yet.)

Click here for Goodreads page: Lady Midnight

BOOK TWO: I Was Here by Gayle Forman.

Gayle Forman has easily become one of my favourite authors, especially after Where She Went (My review will be up on Wednesday, watch this space!). I was here is another Young Adult contemporary based on a girl, Cody who realises that she never knew her best friend, Meg as well as she thought. It's due to be released on January 27th, so not long to wait.

Click here for Goodreads page: I Was Here

BOOK THREE: The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black.

This is really surprising for me, because I didn't really enjoy The Coldest Girl in Coldtown. I ended up giving up after fifty pages because it was slow paced and Tana didn't really connect to me. However, The Darkest Part of the Forest sounds brilliant. Two teenagers who believe they can stop faeries. There's also a glass coffin in the forest. A GLASS COFFIN! This book is due out in Janurary of 2015.

Click here for Goodreads page: The Darkest Part of the Forest

BOOK FOUR: Confess by Colleen Hoover.

Colleen Hoover should be on everyone's list for anticipated releases. Everyone of her books that I've read (Ugly Love and Maybe Someday) have been amazing, so much feels in everyone. Plus she writes some lovable characters. Ridge and Sydney were perfect, so was Maggie. Tate was such a relatable character with flaws as was Miles. Now I'm excited to read about Owen and Auburn. Plus it's about art, something I've loved since I was a child. Confess is planned to be released in March 2015. (No cover yet.)

Click here for Goodreads page: Confess

BOOK FIVE: Mind Games by Teri Terry.

YES! YES, YES, YES, YES, YES, YES! Teri Terry has another Dystopian/Thriller coming out, like it could get anymore perfect. Slated is one of my all time favourite Dystopia trilogies (Shattered wasn't near as good, but I enjoyed it). And this one had different worlds in there, both the real and virtual. Mind Games will follow a girl called Luna (LOVE THIS NAME!) and is due out in March (Why is everything coming out in March? Insurgent movie, new Colleen Hoover, everything else.)

Click here for Goodreads page: Mind Games

Honorary Mentions
The Orphan Queen by Jodi Meadows.
I've never read anything by Jodi Meadows, but this book has me excited. A high fantasy novel with a female spy and magic. It publishes on March 10th 2015.
Angelfall (Book 3) by Susan EE.
I've been waiting for ages to get my hands on this book (even though there is no title yet.). Angelfall and World After were brilliant and I need this in my life. A post-apocalyptic novel surrounding Angels. Evil angels.
The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey
Once again, I've never read a book by Melissa Grey, but I have wanted too. It's been described as Cassandra Clare's City of Bones and Leigh Bardugo's Shadow and Bone, which excites me! It's published in April 2015 by ATOM.

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