Elitist Book Reviews

Best of 2015

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Here at EBR 2015 was a great year. Not only did we get through a record number of books, but we also participated in Mark Lawrence’s Blog-Off and were nominated for a Hugo. Again. We are that awesome. It was hard to limit the best books from 2015 because there were so many, but we do this for y’all so you can spend your time reading the best books possible. The books aren’t in any particular order and of course we didn’t read every book published this year. If we missed something, definitely leave us a comment.

THE BEST OF 2015
The Liar’s Key by Mark Lawrence (Amazon)
The Border by Robert McCammon (EBR review)
Grunt Traitor by Weston Ochse (EBR review)
Son of the Black Sword by Larry Coreia (EBR review)
Nemesis Games by James S.A. Corey (EBR review)
Half the World by Joe Abercrombie (EBR review)
The Mechanical by Ian Tregillis (EBR review)
The City Stained Red by Sam Sykes (EBR review)
Voyage of the Basilisk by Marie Brennan (EBR review)
Ash and Silver by Carol Berg (EBR review)
The Boy With the Porcelain Blade by Den Patrick (EBR Review)
The Art of Language Invention by David J Peterson (Amazon)
The Aeronaut’s Windlass by Jim Butcher (review forthcoming)
Unbound by Jim C. Hines (Amazon)

THE WORST OF 2015
The Sleeping King by Cindy Dees and Bill Flippin (EBR review)
Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald (EBR review)
Rise of the Automated Aristocrats by Mark Hodder (EBR review)

MOST ANTICIPATED OF 2016
The Wheel of Osheim by Mark Lawrence (Amazon)
Grunt Hero by Weston Ochse
Sharp Ends by Joe Abercrombie (Amazon)
The Blood Mirror by Brent Weeks
Babylon’s Ashes by James S.A. Corey (Amazon)
All the Limited Editions from Subterranean Press
The Mortal Tally by Sam Sykes (Amazon)
Poseidon’s Wake by Alastair Reynolds (AmazonEBR Review)
The Spider’s War by Daniel Abraham (Amazon)
In the Labyrinth of Drakes by Marie Brennan (Amazon)
Staked by Kevin Hearne (Amazon)
Fire Touched by Patricia Briggs (Amazon)
The Girl On the Liar’s Throne by Den Patrick (Amazon)
Gentleman Joe and the Red Queen by Lois McMaster Bujold (Amazon)
Revisionary by Jim C. Hines (Amazon; review forthcoming)
Bluescreen by Dan Wells (Amazon)

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