Top Ten Tuesday: 2015 Releases I Meant to Read But Didn’t

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There are always those pesky books that, no matter how hard we try, we just never quite manage to read as quickly as we would have liked. There are so many books that I wanted to read in 2015, but there’s only so much time in one year! Since this week’s Top Ten Tuesday theme isΒ 2015 Releases I Meant toΒ Read But Didn’t,Β here are ten of the books I haven’t gotten around to reading yet.

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What 2015 releases did you mean to read but never got a chance to? What do you think of the books on my list? Which ones should I read ASAP? Let me know in the comments section below!

Yours,

HOLLY

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33 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: 2015 Releases I Meant to Read But Didn’t

  1. I totally forgot to put Half Wild on my list … in fact, I forgot all about Half Wild in general :/ not good! I’ve only read Armada and Red Queen from your list and liked them both, but Red Queen definitely more. I can only recommend it πŸ˜‰

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    1. That’s an interesting way of thinking about it– I’ll have to remember that if I ever read it. The entire idea behind Go Set A Watchman is so strange when you think about it. I still can’t believe it was published in the first place!

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    1. I’m so glad you loved Life After Life, too! It’s one of those books that not too many people seem to have read, but those who have LOVE it. Have you read any other Kate Atkinson books? I don’t think I have, but I really need to!

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    1. Ready Player One was SO GOOD! I think that part of the reason why I haven’t read Armada yet is that I’m afraid it won’t compare to Ready Player One, but hopefully it’s just as good, if not better!

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    1. You should definitely check out some of Sarah Dessen’s books! I’ve read so many of them, I’ve lost count. Some of my favorites off the top of my head are The Moon and More, What Happened to Goodbye, The Truth About Forever, and Along for the Ride. They’re great books to read in the summer when you need a break from all that heavy schoolwork!

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    1. I’m so glad you liked it! You should definitely check out some of Sarah Dessen’s other books if you haven’t. She’s written so many of them and the ones I’ve read (I’ve lost count!) have been great!

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  2. The only book on your list that I’ve read would be Red Queen and I loved that book so I hope that counts for something! An Ember in the Ashes seems to be on a lot of lists this week (mine, too)! Maybe hype is killing it a little. The Girl on the Train is a book I want to read but not desperately, maybe I’ll pick it up someday. I’d love to hear your thoughts on it when you pick it up!

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    1. I agree, I think that hype probably has something to do with it. It’s a shame that hype can have such an effect on whether or not we want to read a book or if we like it or not, because I feel as though I probably miss out on a lot of great books that way. Perhaps I’ll try to change that in 2016? We’ll see! πŸ™‚

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  3. I had A God In Ruins on my list too. I feel like I should have wanted to read The Girl on the Train last year, but I find the hype around some books really off-putting. Now that it’s being made into a movie I’m even less inclined to read it – maybe that’s a book for 2017 for me.
    I thought Go Set A Watchman was good, but you have to go into it with a really open mind and definitely don’t read it as if it’s a sequel.

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  4. I have planned to read nearly all of these, yet I haven’t. I ran out and picked up a copy of The Girl on a Train as soon as it released, yet there is sets on my shelf unread. I hope that you make your way to some of these. Happy reading.

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