2015 books

Top Ten Tuesday: 2015 books

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is ‘Top ten books I’m looking forward to in 2015 ‘. I prefer to read paperbacks, so I’m going to include books which came out in hardback in 2014 but aren’t published in paperback until 2015.

2015 books

  1. Time and Time Again by Ben Elton – I love Ben Elton’s books, they are always so readable
  2. Hotel Alpha by Mark Watson – Mark Watson is a great comedian and a very talented writer
  3. A Spool of Blue Thread by Anne Tyler – Tyler is probably my favourite author; I believe this will be her last book. A must read.
  4. Us by David Nicholls – Another funny and readable author
  5. Second Life by SJ Watson – I’m intrigued to find out how Watson will follow Before I Go To Sleep
  6. The Stranger by Harlan Coben – I read everything he writes
  7. Saint Anything by Sarah Dessen – I enjoy her work
  8. Curtain Call by Anthony Quinn – I thought Half of the Human Race was great an I am interested in reading more by this author
  9. Funny Girl by Nick Hornby – Yet another funny and easy to read author
  10. The Children Act by Ian McEwan – I heard McEwan talking about this book at Hay last year, it sounded interesting.

8 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: 2015 books”

  1. I just finished Time and Time Again, was a wee bit disappointed but it’s not bad… and how good is that cover?!
    I really want to read The Children Act too!
    I don’t like hardbacks much either, but like the first round of large format paperbacks even less, so there’s a few of the 2014 releases on my list too.

  2. I’m with you — I’d rather wait for the paperbacks! I really enjoyed Us; hope you do too. Looks like you have some great choices coming up in 2015. I didn’t know SJ Watson has a new book — must check it out ASAP!

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