The best books of 2015

Posted on Nov 25 2015 - 11:00am by Claire Herbaux
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With less than a week to December, I can say it: The countdown to 2016 begins, and with that time to reflect on 2015, cram all your forgotten New Year’s Resolutions into the last few weeks and maybe take another look at the bookshelves in your local shop.

In January, all books from the past year won’t just disappear, but with a new year comes a lot of exciting new releases, so better wrap up your literary year. You have five weeks left – and a lot of cold, dark evenings best spent in a cozy chair with a book – to make sure you read all of the best books which came out this year. Some, of course, I have reviewed here in the past, but here are others which have made it into bestsellers, have been discussed at length, and some even made it into news because they have been awaited for so long or because a film has been announced for next year. You don’t want to miss them, and here they are:

The Stranger, Harlan Coben

The Amazing Book Is Not On Fire, Phil Lester, Dan Howell

Everything Everything, Nicola Yoon

In The Unlikely Event, Judy Blume

Finding Audrey, Sophie Kinsella

Life After Nuclear War, Susan Southard

The Last Kiss Goodbye, Tasmina Perry

Go set a Watchman, Harper Lee

The Girl On The Train, Paula Hawkins

Inside The O’Briens, Lisa Genova

The Royal We, Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan

Pretty Girls, Karin Slaughter

Serafina And The Black Cloak, Robert Beatty

The Ice Twins, Tom Knox

Why Not Me?, Mindy Kaling

What are your favourites of this year? Let us know!

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