What to read for 2015:


2015 is the year to start reading. With all the incredible, heartwarming, and keep-you-on-the-edge-of-your-seat-books, these are a just a few that will keep new and old readers occupied for a while.

  1. The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty
    by Amanda Filipacchi
    This novel follows two girls who differ in appearance or- one super beautiful and one not so much. They are on a mission for people to see them for who they really are and go to all lengths to try to mask their looks. The question of true identity comes into play in this bizarre, but funny novel.
  2. Yes Please
    by Amy Poehler
    The autobiography of Amy Poehler can’t be described as anything else but hysterical. She tells the story of her life from childhood to present day while adding in humorous tidbits about her outlook on life. This story will make the reader appreciate friends, family, and will teach them to work for what they want.
  3.  All the Bright Places
    by Jennifer Niven
    If you mixed Eleanor and Park with The Fault in Our Stars, this book would be the product. The main characters, Theodore and Violet are both a little down and out with their lives, but then they meet at school. Their relationship saves them both in this adorable love story.
  4. Velocity
    by Dean Koontz
    Bill is a bartender that leads a pretty normal life. After one shift, he walks to his car to find a note with the ultimate ultimatum on it. Bill’s normal life takes a spin for the worse in this twisted but must read that focuses on life and death decisions.
  5. We Were Liars
    by E. Lockhart
    We Were Liars is the classic book about secrets, lies, and love. On an island with her family, a girl meets a boy, and her destructive friends, the liars, get involved. The only parts that will matter at the end is truth and true love.