Top Ten Tuesday – 2016 Books We’re Looking Forward To


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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish

So, I believe the list for this Tuesday is 2016 debut novels we are looking forward to, but we also included other books we are most looking forward to reading in 2016 when they are released (in addition to the backlog from 2015).

Tab’s List

1.) Passenger, Alexandra Bracken

2.) After the Woods, Kim Savage

3.) A Taste for Monsters, Matthew J. Kirby

4.) Blackhearts, Nicole Castroman

5.)The Memory Thief, Bryce Moore

6.) The Serpent King, Jeff Zentner

Cam’s List (He’s looking forward to finishing series rather than starting new ones)

7.) Winds of Winter, George RR Martin

8.) Doors of Stone, Patrick Rothfuss

9.) The Great Ordeal, R. Scott Bakker

10.) Maybe Tab will publish something 😉



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We're Tab and Cam-just a goofy, geeky couple exploring each other's interests from comic books, board games, video games, TV and movies. Join us in misadventures of learning to accept one's obsession with Magic the Gathering and the other's admiration for Steampunk décor.

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – 2016 Books We’re Looking Forward To”

    1. I like most things written by John Green. Also, the series of Ms. peregrine’s Peculiar Children is fun, but a bit creepy. I like the classics, like The Giver, Number the Stars, absolutely anything by Neil Gaimen (Coraline is a good start, then Sleeper and the Spindle). I found these mostly from perusing through Goodreads and Amazon lists. Lots of options for strong female characters, which I love.
      Some of the books here are in the young adult category.


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