goodreads challenge I’m probably a little late writing this, but one of my goals in 2015 is to make more time for reading. Now that I have a little bit of a commute to work, I am really leveraging audiobooks to help fill the gap. Below, I’ve listed the majority of the books that I have on the docket for this year as of today. Of course, I reserve the right to add or remove books depending on how the reading goes. After reading through the list, I feel like I am actually behind a couple years. I tend to read several book at once (as you can see below), which makes things a little crazy sometimes, but should help me get caught up. I recently finished The Lost Hero, which was a good middle-grade read. Now I’m struggling mightily to get into The Iron Trial. What are you going to read this year? Leave a comment below and give me your recommendations.

 My 2015 Reading List, In No Particular Order:

  1. The Heroes of Olympus: The Lost Hero, Rick Riordan (Finished!)
  2. Wool, by Hugh Howey
  3. The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss
  4. The Atrocity Archive, Charles Stross
  5. The Way of Kings, Brandon Sanderson (Currently reading)
  6. The Thirteenth Tale, Daine Setterfield
  7. Red Rising, Pierce Brown (Currently reading)
  8. City of Ashes, Cassandra Clare
  9. Monster Hunter Alpha, Larry Correia
  10. Legion, Brandon Sanderson
  11. Carrion Comfort, Dan Simmons
  12. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Seth Grahame-Smith
  13. The Screaming Staircase, Jonathan Stroud
  14. The Raven Boys, Maggie Stiefvater
  15. The Cuckoo’s Calling, Robert Galbraith
  16. Coraline, Neil Gaiman (Finished!)
  17. Ready Player One, Ernest Cline
  18. Croak, Gina Damico
  19. The Iron Trial, Holly Black & Cassandra Clare (Finished!)
  20. The School for Good & Evil, Soman Chainani
  21. Nightrise: The Gatekeepers Book 3, Anthony Horowitz
  22. The Rithmatist, Brandon Sanderson (Currently reading)
  23. Steelheart, Brandon Sanderson
  24. The Graveyard Book, Neil Gaiman (Currently reading)
  25. The Final Empire: Mistborn Book 1, Brandon Sanderson
  26. Hard Magic, Larry Correia (Currently reading)
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