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Top Ten Tuesday: 2015 Releases I Meant To Get To But Didn't

It's Tuesday which means that it is time for a Top Ten Tuesday post. This week's topic is ten 2015 releases that I wanted to get to but didn't. The Top Ten Tuesday feature was created by The Broke and the Bookish and more about it can be found here. Let's get started...


Number 10: The Lost and the Found by Cat Clarke

The Lost and the FoundI love Cat Clarke as an author so when I saw that she has releasing a new book I got really excited. This one sounds really interesting and I hope to get to this one soon. 










Number 9: My Heart and other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga

My Heart and Other Black HolesI have been really excited to read this book for a long time and I don't really know why I haven't read it yet because I really, really want to read it. Again I need to get and read this sometime soon. 









Number 8: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)This has been getting a lot of hype so that is probably the reason why I haven't read this yet and the fact that I currently don't own it. However I would really like to give this a go to see if I like it although I have a lot of books that I want to read this year and this is not a major read for me. I do want to read it though. 







Number 7: Seed by Lisa Heathfield

SeedThis has been getting a lot of hype from 2015 so I really want to read it. This is also set in a cult which is something that I have not read about before so I really want to get to it. 










Number 6: All of the Above by Juno Dawson 

All of the AboveAgain this book has been one of my most anticipated reads of the year and I read an extract of this and I really liked this one. Again another one I need to read SOON. 










Number 5: The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson 

The Art of Being NormalI really want to read this one as it follows transgender character and I have read limited books about this. Again I am sad I didn't get to this last year but hopefully will get to it this year. 









Number 4: Stand Off by Andrew Smith

Stand-Off (Winger, #2)I really, really enjoyed Winger by Andrew Smith and I really need to get to this. Definitely want to do read this. 











Number 3: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo 

Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1)I really enjoyed the Grisha trilogy so when I knew Leigh Bardugo was releasing a new book I really wanted to read it but I didn't get to it. Sometime soon again I hope I really like it...









Number 2: Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Carry OnI have been a fan of Rainbow Rowell for a long time so I am confused to why I haven't read this yet but I did leave it at university over Christmas so now that I am back hopefully I will get to this soon because I really want to. 









Number 1: The Sin Eater's Daughter by Melinda Salisbury 

The Sin Eater’s Daughter (The Sin Eater’s Daughter, #1)The #ukyachat people would probably hate me by that the fact that this is at the top of my list but I just didn't get around to it. I definitely need to get to this in the next month because I really want to read it and it has good reviews. I just hope that I like it...








What 2015 releases do you still want to read? Leave them in the comments below. 

See you soon, 

Amy 

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