First of all, I’d like to apologize for being MIA—I haven’t posted anything for about ten days, I think? I really miss blogging and I haven’t been able to read much as well (well there goes the readathon). I didn’t have much school work either but I just haven’t had the spirit and I didn’t want to really force myself. But today, I’m back with a Top Ten Tuesday!
1. Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas
It’s confirmed. I’m the only person who hasn’t read the Throne of Glass series yet. And the internet is already full of Queen of Shadows spoilers!
2. Legacy of Kings by Eleanor Herman
I’ll admit it: it was the cover. But even though it was love at first sight, I really like the historical aspect of the book and the fact that the author is a historian? Awe-some.
3. Cress by Marissa Meyer
Scarlet was just so good. I can’t wait to see Cinder, Scarlet, Captain Thorne and Prince Kai on their adventures again! And let’s not forget little Iko (although she would kill me if she knew I called her “little”).
4. Shattered Blue by Lauren Bird Horowitz
I’ve seen some good reviews on this one and I have an e-arc from NetGalley, so why not?
5. The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima
I might read The Warrior Heir too but considering that this series is already finished, I’d probably start with this one. Ooh, also the name ‘Demon King’ sounds so Halloween-esque.
6. Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon
The (bookish) internet is exploding with reviews of this book and how could I possibly not read a book everyone else is reading? (That’s dry sarcasm—I’ve read very few ‘popular’ books!)
7. Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo
Shadow and Bone left me with a weird feeling. A good-weird feeling, and now I can’t wait for this one. I want to know if my suspicions about the Darkling are right and how the plot progresses.
8. Armada by Ernest Cline
I haven’t read Ready Player One but a book about gaming and videogames sounds so cool! I don’t play much myself but I do like to watch others and talk about it.
9. The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski
The Winner’s Crime was one of my best reads this year and I’m totally up to something a little political, so this book seems perfect for that. And of course, I’d like to meet Arin again 🙂
10. A Magic Dark and Bright by Jenny Adams Perinovic
It’s something to do with mental asylums and thrillers, I think. Sounds good for around October.
I’ll try to be back tomorrow with a book review, so stay by me. I promise I won’t fail you again. (Not intentionally, anyways.)