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Top Ten Tuesday (#33) – Presents! (Day 22)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. They tell us what to write our top ten for, and we do! This week…

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Books I Wouldn’t Mind Santa Bringing

I’m going to be a terrible cheater today, and use this as my Christmas post as well as my usual TTT. Sorry guys!

  1. The Amazing Book Is Not On Fire by Dan Howell and Phil Lester. I’ve mentioned this quite a few times. I adore these two, and it’s not your typical kind of a book. It’s more of a fun one, which I don’t have many ofAmazing Book Is Not On Fire
  2. Binge by Tyler Oakley. My baby wrote a book, I NEED it. It was a tough call between this and Connor Franta’s book, but I decided on this one. Ugh, he’s PERFECTIONBinge
  3. Water for Elephants by Sara Gruen. I saw the movie awhile ago, and still haven’t got around to reading it. I feel so guilty when I watch the movie before I read the book! Water For Elephants
  4. Attachments by Rainbow Rowell. This is almost the last book of hers I have to read. Everything she writes is beautiful, so I need itAttachments.jpg
  5. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell. And this is the other book of hers I have to read! I probably want this one more, since I’ve read (and loved) Fangirl, so I’m more confident I’ll enjoy this oneCarry On
  6. The illustrated edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by J.K. Rowling. I don’t need it, I know that. But I was flicking through it in the shop, and the illustrations are beautiful. Maybe one day…HP1-Illustrated
  7. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas. I’m in love with the Throne of Glass series from this author, but I’ve never got around to reading this book. I’ve heard so many good things about it, so obviously I need it ASAP!A Court of Thorns and Roses
  8. The Lost Hero by Rick Riordan. Now that I’ve finally finished Percy Jackson, I’m struggling. I’ve read the Red Pyramid (although I do plan on re-reading it soon), so I think it’s time I moved on to this seriesThe Lost Hero
  9. City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare. The final book of the Mortal Instruments! I don’t know what I’m going to do with myself when I’m done, but hopefully I’ll be okayCity of Heavenly Fire
  10. Cinder by Marissa Meyer. This is the only one I want based purely on other people’s opinions. I’ve heard so so so many bloggers talk about how much they love this. And I trust you guys, so obviously I need it!

Cinder

Man, it was hard narrowing this down to just ten! I want so many books, it’s ridiculous. I’m really hoping they come as gifts too, because I really can’t afford to buy out my entire TBR shelf! If you participated, send me a link. And tell me; which of these books should I read first?

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I was a book blogger for a while, and I now blog about every little thing in life I can think of. Bear with me while I try all these new posts out... I'm a New Zealand teen who gets angry about the world (but not angry enough for tumblr). I like to capture the world through photos and words, and read in all the moments in nz-squadbetween. I have an overwhelming desire to see every corner of the world I possibly can, and hug the people I love in all those corners. I can't do make up to save myself, and you're more likely to find me buying matching stationary than matching clothes. My nerd hobbies include a new found love of the Avengers, reading YA, watching Game of Thrones, How I Met Your Mother, and every vlogger I can find, and being the last person on the music bandwagons. I have big plans for the rest of my life, including university, teaching, travelling, and having an army of puppies. I plan to blog every second of it!

20 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (#33) – Presents! (Day 22)

  1. Tyler Oakley is queen! You should definitely read Cinder, it’s the start of an amazing series. As for CoHF, it’s been on my shelf for a year and I still haven’t picked it up probably because I’m going to have to cry in a corner afterwards.

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  2. I highly recommend both Cinder and The Lost Hero. Go with The Lost Hero if you are in the mood for some plain, light-hearted and awesome adventure, and with Cinder if you want a fantasy (or science fiction in this case) that’s a little darker. It’s a fantastic read, and a really original take on Cinderella.

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