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Sabaa Tahir – An ember in the ashes.
This book was really hyped up, but then the negative reviews started to pour in on my feed and I lost track of it. I might pick it up anyway, but it's not high on my priority list anymore.
Marie Rutkoski – The winner's crime.
I have no excuses for this one. I definitely need to get a copy and read it.
Julie Kagawa – Iron warrior.
I simply forgot this book was released this year. Definitely a book I want to read any time soon.
Melinda Salisbury – The sin eater's daughter.
I fell in love with the cover and I loved the sound of the blurb, so I bought it – until I found all the negative reviews. I'm still going to read it, but I haven't been very enthusiastic.
Elizabeth May – The vanishing throne.
MUST HAVE IT SOON.
Stephanie Oakes – The sacred lies of Minnow Bly.
Perfect book for this year.
Erin Bowman – Vengeance road.
First, I was waiting for reviews to decided whether it would be something for me. Then, other books happened.
Rachel Cain – Ink and bone.
Why I haven't read this one yet? Good question. I will change that soon.
Ransom Riggs – Library of souls.
I bought it and saved it to read around Halloween, but then I got so busy I hardly touched a book. I wasn't in the mood for this around Christmas, so 2016 will be the year.
Liz Braswell – A whole new world.
Really simple. I haven't bought all the fairytale retellings in the world yet, because I was on a tight budget. I hope 2016 will give me more freedom to purchase this one (and all the others I have to get), despite the fact this has gotten some really bad reviews. I just want it.