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Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR ListIt’s that time again! Let’s look back at my Summer TBR List… 8/10! I only failed on Origin and The School For Good and Evil. I’m rather proud of that to be honest. Considering what a mood reader I am. I doubt I’ll be doing that well this time, but WE’LL SEE. Most of these are sequels I’ve been dying for, so that should up the motivation a bit – but then again, hype scares me off, so I dunno.
1. Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
NO YOUR GUSHING REVIEWS AREN’T HELPING. This book is currently on its way to me and I am impatiently bouncing in my seat in the meantime. And even when it arrives, I may have to wait until November to read it because Judith might make it a book club pick to justify her breaking her book buying ban. *glares* *sigh*
2. The House of Hades by Rick Riordan
I may still occasionally shed a tear over the ending of The Mark of Athena. I’m not over it. The House of Hades is the only thing that will cure the heartache, and likely it’ll end on another cliffhanger that’ll make the pain ten times worse. But such is life when you’re a fan of Uncle Rick. *shakes head* *cries*
3. World After by Susan Ee
*keyboard smashes* Okay, you should all know how much love I have for Angelfall, so this one should be no surprise. BUT IT’S FINALLY ALMOST HERE. asdjfkl; asdjfkl; asdfjkl; More Penryn and Raffe pleeeeeeeeeeeaseeeeeeeeeee!
4. Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier
THIS SERIES IS ENDING. ;_____________; Oh god, I’m so not ready for that. But I am ready for more Gideon in my life. And then I will likely watch that flawless movie again and have another feelsploison, and you guys will be left with the resulting mess on Twitter. You’re welcome.
5. Just One Year by Gayle Foreman
I’m going to need to get my tissue box ready for this one, aren’t I? Oh but more Willem in my life.. *happy sigh* I’d also like to see more of the Netherlands. You know, as opposed to every single day of my life but whatever. This book. I want it.
6. This Song Will Save Your Life by Leila Sales
Everyone’s been raving about this book, but honestly, I would be mega excited for it even if I were the only one in the world to know of it. I just know that I will relate to this on a really deep level, and I feel like it’ll be one of those life ruiningly perfect books. Yeah, that’s a legit term. Shut it.
7. Kinslayer by Jay Kristoff
I started this in August. Yeah. I’m still right around the halfway mark. I will finish, but I was reading it during my down period, so I wasn’t entirely enjoying it. I hope I snap out of it and start loving it as much as everyone else has been.
8. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon
Since I just met Samantha Shannon last week and I was amazed by her sweetness and everything, I need to read this ASAP. I’m so excited about it now!! *bounces*
9. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak
It was brought to my attention that this movie is coming out in November!!! Holy crap. I had no idea. Since now I know bookish people in real life that will probably want to go to the movie, I don’t want to be the n00b who hasn’t read the book. So this needs to happen. Pronto.
10. The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
This, along with The Book Thief, was on my 2013 bookish resolutions list! Both I’ve been putting off
along with most of the rest of that list, but last year, after seeing The Hobbit in theaters, I said I would finally read the book before the next one came out. THE CLOCK’S TICKING, DEBBY. Get a move on.
So… what do you think of my list? Which books are on yours?