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2015’s Most Anticipated Books

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With today, March 5th 2015, being World Book Day, we decided it was time to take a look at the most anticipated new novels of the year.

The Buried Giant, by Kazuo Ishiguro. A decade after his hit novel, Never Let Me GO was published, Kazuo Ishiguro is back with The Buried Giant. It follows the story of Axl and Beatrice, who set off across a troubled land to find their son who they have not seen in years.

At The Water’s Edge, by Sara Gruen. The Water for Elephants author brings us this new story about three friends searching for the Loch Ness Monster during the Second World War.  Gruen seems to be at her best with historical settings.

It’s A Long Story, by Willie Nelson. Willie Nelson has had a long, interesting career, which makes it that much more surprising that he hasn’t released a memoir until now. The outlaw country singer is sure to spin quite an interesting tale.

In The Unlikely Event, by Judy Blume. Judy Blume has had a career that has spanned decades, entertaining children, young adults and adults alike. He latest novel comes out 15 years after her last one, and it deals with the effects three plane crashes have had on families, friends and strangers over the course of three generations.

Go Set A Watchman: A Novel, by Harper Lee. Harper Lee won a Pulitzer for her first novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, and never wrote another novel. Now in Go Set A Watchman, Harper Lee returns to her familiar characters 20 years later.


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