January 12, 2016 • Cee • Lists

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish where we list our top tens!

This week’s topic is “top ten 2015 releases I meant to get to but didn’t.” I don’t tend to buy physical copies unless I really desperately want them on my shelves or they’re a favorite author. These ten books you’ll see are the ones that I’ve been meaning to get (because they sound awesome or I’ve read it and want it on my shelf), but just didn’t for whatever reason. I really do want to get these books one of these days, but I gotta curb my book spending, especially since I keep buying books I end up not reading.

Let’s see what books I meant to get but didn’t.

Bone Gap · More Happy Than Not · Echo · Made You Up · Uprooted

Liars, Inc · Lumberjanes Vol. 1 · Challenger Deep · A Little Life · The Revenge Playbook

Have you read any of these books? What 2015 releases did you mean to get but didn’t?


 

7 Responses to “TOP TEN TUESDAY | 2015 Releases I Meant To Get To But Didn’t”

  1. Karen Blue says:

    Challenger Deep was really good. I have More Happy Than Not on my list. I had Made You Up checked out from the library last year and then I never got around to it. I has regrets.

  2. I haven’t read any of these, but they look amazing! Especially the cover on Echo :) Plus, the Revenge Playbook sounds real interesting ^_^

  3. I haven’t read any of these, but I was really excited for Uprooted, Challenger Deep and The Revenge Playbook. And then… well somehow I just forget about them and lost interest in them… I plan to read them this year though! :)

  4. So many good ones! I really want to read A Little Life and Bone Gap, too!!

  5. I bought Bone Gap to read because I saw so many good reviews. And Made You Up is amaaaaazing :) 10/10 would recommend :)

  6. Alexa S. says:

    I actually bought More Happy Than Not on release day (because I was at Adam’s launch and wanted to show support), and I meant to read it… but I haven’t. I definitely plan on fixing that this year though! Here’s to hoping we read some of the books still lingering on our shelves from 2015 ;)

  7. Stormy says:

    More Happy than Not was great! I really liked The Revenge Playbook too. I’m curious to see your thoughts on Bone Gap whenever you read it — for me it was one of those rare books where I understood why everyone loved it so much & why it became awarded, but it didn’t personally resonant.