Now that I’ve finished reading every book published in 2014, it’s time to look at the year ahead. The first half of 2015 sees new work from Nobel laureates and rock legends, critical darlings and heavily hyped first-timers. There are books about sasquatches and skateboarding and everything in between. There are, as always, too many good books. What follows are 50 titles, evenly split between Canada and the rest of the world, that I’m looking forward to reading during the next six months.
SuperMutant Magic Academy, by Jillian Tamaki. Perhaps best-known for the stellar work she’s produced with her cousin, Mariko, this new book should prove Jillian is a force on her own, too.