Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovelies over at The Broke and The Bookish.
Since this weeks topic is which books would we like Santa to bring, and he is magical and all, I decided to put some books on my list that are not yet released.
(This list is in no particular order)
As soon as I read about this book I knew I wanted it, especially since I was going through a "The Bachelor" phase and this was being compared to that show...and it's dystopia. Yeah, I swore I had to have it...but it's been out for a bit now and I still haven't gotten it.
I like the new take on zombies.
And it has been made into a movie. I prefer reading the books before I see the movie.
There is no cover for this one yet, but I'm sure it will be just as cute and romance-y as Stephanie's other covers.
But I've read Anna and the French Kiss and Lola and the Boy Next Door...so this one is a MUST.
Though it doesn't release until May 7th I know Santa could work a little of his Christmas magic ;D
This is another one that I don't want to have to wait for (releases June 4th).
I love apocalyptic and dystopian stories so this was right up my alley.
Come on, Santa! Put this under my tree. It will be a Christmas miracle!
This book may be a little bit more reasonable than the other two, seeing that it releases end of January.
It sounds really creepy though.
And right in the synopsis it pretty much states there will be a love triangle...and I am a sucker for a GOOD love triangle.
Daughter of Smoke and Bone was weird to me. I wasn't sure for a while after I read it how I felt about it.
Now thinking about it I've decided that I really liked it. And all I see is that the sequel is even better, so naturally I want it.
Guys, the synopsis had me giggling. This book came out of nowhere and very few blogger friends seem to have read it, but the ones that have say it's hilarious and really entertaining.
Bring on the funny!
I can haz more Rhine for Christmas, please?
This book just screams emotional summer contemp.
So I met Sarah at ATBF12. She stood on a chair which almost gave Libba Bray a heart attack, talked about killing the other people on her panel Hunger Games style, and was just genuinely funny.
Why have I not added her book to my shelves yet? I really don't know.
So Santa, let's remedy this.
That's only a small part of my Christmas Book Wish List. There are so so many more that I would be perfectly content with showing up underneath my tree.
So, fellow book lovers, what books do you want Santa to bring you?