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TTT: Most Anticipated Releases for Rest of 2015

Top Ten Tuesday is a Meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

This Week's Topic: Most Anticipated Releases for Rest of 2015


Most Likely to Succeed by Jennifer Echols on August 4th

A Pocket Full of Murder by R.J. Anderson on September 8th


The Hollow Boy by Jonathan Stroud on September 15th

Ash & Bramble by Sarah Prineas on September 15th



The Marvels by Brian Selznick on September 15th

Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson on September 22nd


The Scorpion Rules by Erin Bow on September 22nd

A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston on October 6th


Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt on October 6th

The Immortal Heights by Sherry Thomas on October 13th

September is going to kill me as is usual. WHY, PUBLISHERS, WHY????? And this was a really hard list to make because there are so many good books yet to come this year. 

Comments

Oh yes! A Thousand Nights & Walk the Earth a Stranger! I am VERY excited for these books!!!!! Great list!
Barb said…
I agree with the September. Seems like over half of the books on my list are released that month!
Brenda said…
My September looks horrendous too, why do they all come out in September? Is it a back to school kind of thing? Lovely list, I'm eagerly awaiting the next Stroud book too.
A Pocket Full of Murder sounds like it has a lot of potential! Great list!

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Unknown said…
Great list! Isn't the cover of A Thousand Nights absolutely gorgeous? Here's my <a href="http://www.bookishginger.blogspot.com/2015/06/top-ten-tuesday_9.html>TTT</a>. Happy reading!
Anonymous said…
ooo...haven't heard of A Pocketful of Murder, but that looks great!
Krystianna said…
Great list! Ash & Bramble sounds really wonderful. Retellings are the best!
Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian
Brandy said…
I've been hearing good things about both from early readers which makes me even more excited.
Brandy said…
September and March are always when the most and best books come out. At least for me.
Brandy said…
I think it's a combination of school and it's still a few months before YMAs.
Brandy said…
I love all of R.J. Anderson's books so I'm sure it will be wonderful!
Brandy said…
I have a soft spot for all the covers on my list today, but that one is particularly pretty, yes.
Brandy said…
It has such a fun cover!
Brandy said…
I can not resist retellings of fairy tales, but I also have a lot of faith in Sarah as a writer because I've loved all of her other books.

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