Top 10 of 2015 | Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2016

I was so busy yesterday that I didn’t have a chance to write this up, probably should have written and scheduled it! Whoops. Oh well, here it is now!

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Today’s topic is…

BOOKS I’M LOOKING FORWARD TO IN 2016

There are so many I’m looking to get my hands on this upcoming year, which unfortunately is going to be somewhat hindered by myself in an attempt to not go on constant book splurges. More information on that in an upcoming post, stay tuned for my New Year’s Resolutions.

#1

The Winds of Winter
By George R. R. Martin

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Will it finally come out this year? I can hope!

#2

Salt to the Sea
By Ruta Sepetys

#3

Lady Midnight
By Cassandra Clare

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#4

Heartless
By Marissa Meyer

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#5

Strange the Dreamer
By Laini Taylor

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#6

Firstlife
By Gena Showalter

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#7

The Shadow Queen
By C.J. Redwine

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#8

The Rose and the Dagger
By Renee Ahdieh

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#9

And I Darken
By Kiersten White

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#10

The Glittering Court
By Richelle Mead

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And that’s roughly my top ten can’t-waits of 2016! I had some trouble picking just ten, but I think this will suffice.

What are you looking forward to in 2016? Let me know, please! The more books I need from this upcoming year, the better.

(Just don’t tell my wallet.)

Thanks for reading!

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8 thoughts on “Top 10 of 2015 | Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2016

    1. Thank you! And same, I’m so excited!! I’ve yet to finish the Lunar Chronicles simply because I know I’ll be wanting more from her as soon as I finish. I can’t wait!

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      1. I’ve not finished The Lunar Chronicles yet either. I still need to get the novella and Winter. I;ve been told to read the novella first because it’ll be better for timing, but I’m so tempted to just buy and read Winter then go back to the novella at a later point!

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      2. Really? 😮
        I guess that makes sense, since people usually tell me to read things in publishing order, but I was going to read the novella after Winter, too! I’ve also held off on Cress, so maybe I should read the novella before Cress, too… Hm, I’ll have to look more into this.

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      3. Apparently the order is meant to be Cinder, Scarlet, Cress, Fairest, Winter, and then Stars Above (another set of novellas coming next year). Only thing is the novella is more expensive than the actual books and that really bugs me for some reason, probably because it’s so short! But oh well, I need to carry on the series eventually haha!

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      4. Oh! Sweet, thank you. That saves me some time. I’ll read it after Cress, then, once I get around to reading it. I feel the same about the price, especially considering it’s quite a bit smaller than the actual books. I wish they’d price novellas cheaper since you’re not really getting a full-sized book from the series. It always seems to be more expensive than I’d like. :
        I might try to see if I can find a good used copy somewhere, or wait for BookOutlet to maybe get some copies. 😉

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      5. That’s what I’ve been planning on doing haha! Since I usually buy books on Amazon, every time there’s a sale on that’s the first thing I check, to see if it’s reduced at all – never is though. It’s a shame they don’t have it in my local bookstore because Winter is always on a “buy one get one half price” offer so that one should be too, but they don’t seem to sell it unfortunately. Ah well, I’ll get it one day 🙂

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