Top most anticipated literary novelties of the year Automatic translate
A peculiar top of literary premieres appeared on the network, which will soon be released and will be immediately sold out. The list of the most anticipated books was compiled according to the estimates of the literary predilections of Internet users.
Undoubtedly, the sixth novel of the Song of Ice and Fire by George Raymond Richard Martin, Wind of Winter, is rightfully in first place in the ranking. There is still no exact release date for the book, but the author himself hinted at a possible premiere in the spring of 2015. Fans of the cycle of epic fantasy novels by J. Martin can only wait and hope that the author will soon finish work on the sixth book.
With no less interest, readers expect the release of the most complete of the currently published stories about the legendary music group of Liverpool, the book “The Beatles: All These Years, Tune In”, which was written by Mark Lewison for the whole 10 years. The book about the great British four musicians in the ranking of the most anticipated works takes an honorable second place.
Bert Reynolds’ autobiographical book, in which he talks about the hidden life of Hollywood from society and even reveals the secrets of American cinema, closes the top three. In fourth place on the list is a collection of unknown poems by Scottish writer Ian Banks. By the way, in 2008, The Times newspaper included the name of the author in the list of the 50 best writers in Great Britain since 1945.
The list of the most anticipated literary novelties of 2015 ends with the book “The Dark Apprentice” by the writer Christie Golden, who previously became famous for the novel “The Fate of the Jedi”, co-written with Aaron Allston and Troy Denning.
Svetlana Korableva © Gallerix.ru
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