Top Ten Tuesday [4]: HEY, SANTA!


Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by the lovelies over at The Broke and The Bookish.

This week, the list is:
Top Ten Books I wouldn't mind Santa bringing me.

Limit myself to ten? REALLY?! 
Okay fine. I'll try.
But with some adjustments, of course.

First, the top five books I've read and loved that I do not own. Le sob.







And now, for the top five books I want to read for the first time and fall in looooove with!






The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart
Soulless by Gail Carriger
Touch by Jus Accardo
Shade Series by Jeri-Smith Ready
Sloppy Firsts Series by Meg McCafferty

Do you want Santa to bring you any of these books too? DO SHARE!

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33 comments:

  1. I really want Sloppy Firsts as well. Santa needs to help some girls out. :) Also you soooo need to read Soulless. Gail always makes me giggle in a good way. Love her!

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    1. Yes he does! When I start SF, I'll let you know!

      I have heard SUCH good things about Soulless and it seems like such a ME book.

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  2. When Santa shows up with Frankie, I think you and I need to read that together. It's been sitting on my shelf & needs to be read!

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  3. I haven't read the Jessica Darling series either, so you are totally not alone! I really need to get my hands on that first book.

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  4. WOW...so many books I want to read as well, and even though they did not make my Top Ten - 'The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer', 'The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks' and 'Soulless'- I still want them! Great list!

    Hopping by, Here's my list...

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  5. I want Legend too since I loved it and think I'd read it again!

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    1. I JUST donated my ARC, otherwise I would have sent it your way! I mean of course I know you want a finished copy but still.

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  6. Ooooo, I really enjoyed The Lightning Thief, but if you have seen the movie you have to be prepared for how completely different the two are. And I don't mean just a little different. It is almost like the movie is loosely based on the idea of the book. But the book is very enjoyable. I thought about adding Legend to mine, but there just wasn't room!

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    1. I haven't watched the movie, and I don't plan to. I hear it's just not good. And Percy Jackson is SO GOOD that I don't want it ruined in any way, shape, or form.

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  7. I *want* to love Soulless, I do! But I didn't...it's the writing style that gets me. I loved the plot, I loved the characters, but I had to force myself to read it. If you like victorian style novels, you will LOVE IT, and that's why I didn't--I'm not a fan of victorian style novels.

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    1. Blurg - I hate when that happens! I am a fan of the victorian so it should be good for me! :)

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  8. I want to read the Shade series as well! I haven't read Legend yet and I want too. Great list :) I like that you limited it to ten by picking series LOL :)

    My TTT

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    1. I'm glad I'm not alone with the Shade series! ONE DAY!

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  9. OOhhhh great choices! I just picked up the first Jessica Darling at the used bookstore and I can't wait to read Mara Dyer and Frankie Landau-Banks!!!

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    1. Thank you! I wish I had a used bookstore around here. Although I'm sure my husband is glad I don't! HA!

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  10. I already begged my 14 year old cousin to bring Mara Dyer (1&2) to our family Christmas gathering this year. She read them and is now ADDICTED. I can't wait to share in the experience with her ;)

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  11. I think all but 2 of your books are on my GR wish list. Here's hoping we were good enough to get a few of our wishes.

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  12. A little something might be on the way to you from Santa via Anna ;)

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  13. Legend is so good! I can understand why you want a copy for yourself! The Soulless series is fantastic! I hope Santa is good to you! :)

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  14. I love Please Ignore Vera Dietz, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, and The Lightning Thief. (: I really need to read the Sloppy Firsts series, as well. I hope you get all the books you want for Christmas! (:

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    1. I hope we all get all the books we want for Christmas! <3

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  15. AHHHH THE LIGHTNING THIEF!!!! It never gets old, really. I could just read it again and again. Percy will always be my one and only true love. ;)

    And Mara Dyer looks so good! I need to read it! Like, really bad. Hopefully it'll come in for me at the library soon. ;) I also keep hearing the best of things about Legend. Suppose I should get that one too! ;)

    Great list!

    Sierra @ Yearning to Read
    My TTT: http://yearningtoread.blogspot.com/2012/12/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-wouldnt-mind.html

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  16. I'd love to have a copy of Mara Dyer too. I've never read the Shade series either. Great list.

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  17. You don't own Percy!? That IS le sob! I want to buy ALL OF THESE books for you. Especially Legend. And Percy. And FRANKIE LANDAU-BANKS. And I'm totally with you on needing to read Shade. I even bought the paperback a while ago to do as a Rewind and Review, but alas. Still haven't read it. SOON.

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  18. I'm wishing so hard for the Percy box set for Christmas, you don't even know. Every time I go "you HAVE to read them!" to my brother he just goes "do you own them?" and then I get all sad inside.

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  19. Can Santa bring you Soulless, you read it first and then tell me if I want to read it too? Because my hear tells me to read these, but my brain tells me my TBR is already too long. So I need you to tell me what to do...

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