It’s almost 2015, which means a new year full of some fantastic book releases. In no particular order, here are my most anticipated reads:
A Court of Thorns and Roses – Sarah J Maas New adult fantasy by my queen? Give it! Now! *grabby hands*
Vision in Silver – Anne Bishop One of my favourite urban fantasy series. Meg and Simon make my heart grow three sizes.
Shadow Scale – Rachel Hartman It’s been a long wait for the sequel to Seraphina, but I’m sure it will be well worth it.
Golden Son – Pierce Brown Judging by ARC reviews, this next installment is just as epic and brutal as the first.
Lair of Dreams – Libba Bray Supernatural mysteries in prohibition New York – it’s been a long two years since the delightful Diviners.
The Mime Order – Samantha Shannon The author set up an intriguing premise in The Bone Season, and I’m looking forward to diving back into the world of psychic London.
Lion Heart – A.C. Gaughen The final book in the Scarlet trilogy, Lion Heart promises to deliver the action, adventure and romance we’ve come to expect.
Black Iris – Leah Raeder After the explosive Unteachable, I’m incredibly excited for the next offering from Leah Raeder.
The Uninvited – Cat Winters After Cat Winters’ beautiful debut, I’m absolutely going to be checking out her next historical/supernatural novel.
Pocket Apocalypse (InCryptid #4) – Seanan McGuire Funny and fast-paced with plenty of mysterious beasties, the InCryptid series is wildly entertaining.
Red Queen – Victoria Aveyard There’s been so much hype about this book – I hope it lives up to my high expectations!
And the beauties without covers:
The Gift of Power – Tamora Pierce Another novel in the Tortall universe! Fans, rejoice.
A Red Rose Chain (October Daye #8) – Seanan McGuire My favourite UF series. Toby/Tybalt FOREVER.
Hidden Legacy #2 – Ilona Andrews One of my auto-buy authors. So much UST, and a great magic system I hope they explore further in this book.
The Boy Most Likely To – Huntley Fitzpatrick Huntley Fitzpatrick writes exquisite contemporary novels. I’ve read and adored her previous work.
Six of Crows – Leigh Bardugo After the popular Grisha series, it seems Ms Bardugo is back with another series set in the same universe. Intrigued!
Throne of Glass #4 – Sarah J Maas NEED I SAY ANY MORE? REALLY?
Winter – Marissa Meyer A series which has just consistently gotten better, the finale to Marissa Meyer’s interconnected retellings of popular fairy tales is set to make us laugh and cry.
Raven Cycle #4 – Maggie Stiefvater PLEASE DON’T KILL GANSEY. Also, Ronan/Adam = hearts in my eyes.
Passenger – Alexandra Bracken A new series brought to us by the author of The Darkest Minds trilogy, one of the strongest YA dystopias out there.