Top Ten Tuesday (159)

Jan 12, 2016

is a weekly feature created by The Broke and the Bookish.

This Tuesday's theme is...

This list could actually be super duper long, but I narrowed it down by only picking 2015 releases that I own physical copies of, whether it be an ARC or a finished copy. There are a lot of backlist titles I need to get to, but then there are also a lot of 2016 titles I need to get to. The following ten novels are just a small, minuscule part of my never ending TBR, but they're a start!



What 2015 releases do you still need to read?

8 comments:

  1. Walk on Earth a Stranger made my list this week as well. The cover and design of the book are both fantastic, and the synopsis sounds really unique!

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  2. So many books and we book readers just never have enough time!!! Lol It would be nice if we could just tell publishers hey could you just pause real quick while we catch up lol!

    Booklove101.com

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  3. So many books and we book readers just never have enough time!!! Lol It would be nice if we could just tell publishers hey could you just pause real quick while we catch up lol!

    Booklove101.com

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  4. I'd like to read This Fractured Light at some point too. I hope you manage to get around to these books! :-)

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  5. First off, I absolutely love that you are wearing a Bowie shirt in your picture. He will be greatly missed :'(

    I haven't read 'Walk on Earth a Stranger' yet either, despite it sitting on my bookshelf. I want to start the series for 'Their Fractured Light' and 'The Heir' as well(I can't remember the series names, bah). Anyway I hope you get to all of these this year!

    Rosie @ Rosie Reads

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  6. First off amazing shirt. David Bowie was the best. On the book from I'll Meet You There and The Distance from Me to You are both ones I want to get to. Great list!

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  7. Love your shirt! I really hope to get to some of these in 2016 too. Hope you'll get to read these soon :)

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  8. Walk on Earth a Stranger and Wolf by Wolf are both excellent! I hope you get the chance to get to them this year :)

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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