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Top 10: Looking forward to in 2016



Welcome to Day Five and the last day in the Top 10 of 2015 Week, today is another favorite and i'm excited to narrow these down. 2016 will be  a great year for books Debuts and Series Ending.


Top 10 books i'm looking forward to in 2016


Series Ending








Debut Authors/series                                                                                                                                       
       


   




















































Series Continuation



























Untitled (Throne of glass #5)
Untitled (The young elites #3)



























Honorable Mentions
















Comments

  1. Oooh great list! 2016 looks like it’s going to be an awesome reading year! Thanks so much for taking part in the Top 10 of 2015! I hope to see you next year for the Top 10 of 2016!
    Hugs,
    Jaime @ Two Chicks On Books

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  2. I haven't heard of Ivory and Bone but I'm definitely checking it out. Great list! I'm looking forward to most of these books, too. I really like Earth's End's cover, by the way :)

    Haraiah @ Random Things In Action

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  3. Egad, more than half of this list is my most anticipated as well!

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  4. AHHH I CANNOT WAIT FOR REBEL OF THE SANDS!!!!! It sounds so good and I'm like 99.9% sure I'll love it!! ;') ASSASSIN'S HEART, omggggg. I was lucky enough to get a review copy of EW and let me tell you: IT IS AWESOME. In my humble opinion, anyway :'P And so is BURNING GLASS!! It's even MORE epic then ASSASSIN'S HEART! THE ROMANCE ASDFGHJKL!!!!! Best. Thing. EVER. *melts*

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  5. DJFJBFJFBBJHFJHBFH DFKGJGGF
    YES YES YES REBEL OF THE SAND IS SO GOOD CAN'T WAIT TO READ
    FJGHFGGJFGH BURNING GLASS!!!!!!

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