Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Top Ten Most Anticipated Releases For the Rest of 2015

Here are some of the books I'm eagerly awaiting this year:

No surprise here. July of 2015.


First Kundera in fifteen years.


Maybe this summer's Girl on a Train.


Mysterious tale of a man starting over. From zero.


Linked short stories, set in Maine.


Judy Blume. 


A personal journey through the art world.


A guide to modern romance.


You know me. I can't pass up anything French.


Adore Brene Brown. Looking forward to her new book.


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26 comments:

  1. Oh nice picks! Gotta say they're nearly all new to me! Recognize the first one naturally from all the buzz around it! LOL! Hope you love them all this year!


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  2. a great choise! some of them are new to me and I´ll put them on my TBR - lists

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    1. I've put lots of new books on my wish list today. I had no idea these were coming out: a new Sue Grafton, a new Stephanie Plum, a new Brian Selznick, a new Rick Riordan, a new Margaret Atwood....

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  3. Great picks. You have introduced me to books that I didn't know were coming out or even being written. I will watch out for The Divers Clothes Lie Empty, In the Unlikely Event and the Festival of Insignificance.

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  4. In a French Kitchen has caught my eye as well. I love the cover and I can't resist foodie books. I'm curious about Go Set a Watchman. I'll probably wait for the first handful of reviews before I decide if I'm going to read it or not. Great choices!

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  5. Wonderful choices and almost all of these are on my TBR pile as well. Since I write for a speculative review blog I mostly try to get my books in that scope, but I definitely can't wait for Harper Lee's book!

    Tiara @ Bibliosanctum

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  6. Wow really great list. I never would have thought to add Go Set a Watchman to my list. 4

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  7. Nice list! I really need to read something by Brene Brown. I hope you enjoy them all!

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  8. You've got several that I was already interested in and I added a couple to my list. I really want to try the Judy Blume book. And I'm trying not to have too high of expectations. :-)

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  9. Definitely excited fro Go Set A Watchman. Great list!

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  10. You picked a number of titles I haven't yet heard of but which sound interesting. I admit to not being too eager to read Harper Lee's new book. I have mixed feelings about it. It'll be interesting though to see what others think about it. I've been hearing good things about Judy Blume's new book.

    I'm really curious about The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty and A Cure for Suicide.

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  11. Love the variety of your list and always something new and interesting to me. I'm reading To Kill A Mockinbird this month for a read-a-long, so I'm pretty excited about that one. I would like to read Judy Blume's new book too sometime. Happy reading.

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  12. Judy Blume has a new book coming out?! How did I miss that?! I love her! Now I can't wait for it :D

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  13. So many great picks! I also can't wait for the Harper Lee and Judy Blume! I am definitely going to check out In a French Kitchen now, too!!

    Thanks for stopping by My TTT!

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  14. I only put Harper Lee on my list. I should look into the Judy Blume, too.

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  15. I'm not sure if any of these are for me, but I'll definitely look into them. And I hope you'll enjoy them. :)
    Thanks for stopping by my TTT earlier!

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  16. Oooooo, Modern Romance looks good! Really like Aziz Ansari as a comedian. Haven't heard of a few of these but now I'm definitely intrigued. :) Thanks for stopping by earlier and Happy Reading

    Erica @ Read It. Note It.
    My Top Ten List!

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  17. I'm so nervous for Harper Lee's. How can she ever top To Kill a Mockingbird!?

    C.J.
    Sarcasm & Lemons

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  18. The Aziz Ansari (and Judy Blume!) ought to have been in my list. Happy reading!

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  19. Awesome list, Deb. I'm planning to check out Aziz's book and In the Unlikely Event as well. Hope you love Go Set a Watchman! Happy reading :)

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  20. I can't believe I forgot the new Harper Lee story! I can't wait for it.;)

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  21. Great list! I think you've picked some of the ones people will definitely be buzzing about come Thanksgiving & Christmas-time.

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  22. I didn't know Brené Brown had a new book coming out this year! I DEFINITELY need to read that one.

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  23. I'm curious about The Driver's Clothes Lie Empty. Will it be that good? I'll be reading Harper Lee's for sure

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  24. A new Judy Blume. I need to look for this one.

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