More books…

Books…if money could buy time I would spend a good majority of it reading. As if my list of books to read wasn’t already long enough my friend emailed me a list of 50 anticipated books for this year.

Below is the link if you would like to add on to your own list.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/books-and-media/the-50-most-anticipated-books-of-2015-the-first-half-anyway/article22273982/

These are the books that I look forward to reading in 2015:

Our Endless Numbered Days, by Claire Fuller. No, these aren’t the lyrics of the Iron & Wine record. Rather, this debut novel concerns a girl who disappears into the forest with her survivalist father only to reappear, almost a decade later, alone.

The Buried Giant, by Kazuo Ishiguro. Hard to believe it’s been a decade since Never Let Me Go, isn’t it? He could publish his grocery list and I’d still read it. His new novel concerns a couple, Beatrice and Axl, who are searching for their son. The publisher says it is a book “about lost memories, love, revenge, and war.”

All-Day Breakfast, by Adam Lewis Schroeder. Although he’s produced three acclaimed novels, Schroeder has never enjoyed a commercial hit. Considering the public’s infatuation with all things undead, his latest novel, about a man who might be a zombie, might be his breakout.

In The Unlikely Event, by Judy Blume. The YA legend delivers her first novel for adults in 15 years.

Stalin’s Daughter, by Rosemary Sullivan. The professor, poet and biographer investigates how Stalin’s only daughter wound up in a small Wisconsin town.

What books are you most looking forward to reading in 2015? 

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