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5 Novels That Need To Be On Your 2015 To-Read List

Multiple Londons, psychic flappers, and a memory-swiping drug await you.

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1. A Darker Shade of Magic, V.E. Schwab (Feb. 24)

Schwab's amazingly fantastic imagination ranges from witches on moors to supervillains, so it's no surprise that her next adventure appears to be her biggest and boldest yet: A tale that includes parallel Londons, magic, AND pirates? Count us so in.
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Schwab's amazingly fantastic imagination ranges from witches on moors to supervillains, so it's no surprise that her next adventure appears to be her biggest and boldest yet: A tale that includes parallel Londons, magic, AND pirates? Count us so in.

2. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Becky Albertalli (Apr. 7)

In what promises to be quite the adorkable debut, Simon tackles the issue of sexuality in youth in a way that seems to be funny yet poignant. Plus, a guy with good grammar? *swoon*
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In what promises to be quite the adorkable debut, Simon tackles the issue of sexuality in youth in a way that seems to be funny yet poignant. Plus, a guy with good grammar? *swoon*

3. More Happy Than Not, Adam Silvera (Jun. 16)

2015 is shaping up to be a banner year for LGBTQ literature, and along with Albertalli, Silvera leads the pack with his "YA Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" that poses the compelling question: Without a certain memory--a memory that makes us who we are--can we truly be happy? Can't wait for this one.
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2015 is shaping up to be a banner year for LGBTQ literature, and along with Albertalli, Silvera leads the pack with his "YA Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" that poses the compelling question: Without a certain memory--a memory that makes us who we are--can we truly be happy? Can't wait for this one.

4. Lair of Dreams, Libba Bray (Jul. 7)

In order to read this one, you'll first need to read the first Diviners novel, but hey, you've got time. The sequel looks to be just as winningly spectacular as its predecessor. If you've ever wanted your Roaring Twenties with a side cocktail of supernatural, this marvelous series is for you.
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In order to read this one, you'll first need to read the first Diviners novel, but hey, you've got time. The sequel looks to be just as winningly spectacular as its predecessor. If you've ever wanted your Roaring Twenties with a side cocktail of supernatural, this marvelous series is for you.

5. Carry On, Rainbow Rowell (Oct. 6)

Fans of Rowell's supreme achievement Fangirl are familiar with the story of magician Simon Snow and his fangy nemesis Baz, and now we'll get even more insight into these two and their magical world with a book of their very own. In other words, get ready to fangirl all over again.
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Fans of Rowell's supreme achievement Fangirl are familiar with the story of magician Simon Snow and his fangy nemesis Baz, and now we'll get even more insight into these two and their magical world with a book of their very own. In other words, get ready to fangirl all over again.

Now, do yourself a favor and add these all on Goodreads immediately!

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