1. Doors of Stone
The final chapter in the Kingkiller Chronicle trilogy, the 170-page novel by Patrick Rothfuss provides the much awaited ending to the series. The plot is divided into two realities: the present, where main character Kvothe tells the story of his life to Devan Lochees, and Kvothe’s past, which is the majority of the books. One of the most compelling portions of the story is the metafictional stories-within-stories from varying perspectives.
2.The Winds of Winter
The sixth installment of the “A Song of Fire and Ice” series by George R.R. Martin is set to be published in 2015.
The previous installment, “A Dance with Dragons,” covered less of the story than the author intended. Martin has said that he intends to resolve the cliffhangers of the last novel early on in this installment.
“I’m going to open with the two big battles that I was building up to, the battle in the ice and the battle at Meereen—the battle of Slaver’s Bay. And then take it from there,” he said in a statement.