Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted on The Broke and Bookish about the top ten of almost anything book related. I thought it was a great idea and decided to join in on the fun!
Top Ten Books I Wouldn't Mind Santa Bringing Me
The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin: I recently read the sirst book in the series and loved it. It was really unique and left me yearning for more after a cliffhanger. It was unlike anything I've ever read and I'm desperate to read this book.
Reached by Ally Condie: Reached is the series finale to a dystopian trilogy I love. It is about a girl fighting for what/ who you believe in and becoming her own person. I have it on hold at the library so hopefully Santa brings it to me quick.
Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter: I want to read this book so much because not only is the author a great writer, but the story appeals to me. It's about a seemingly normal teenage girl fighting zombies. Need I say more?
We'll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han: This is the finale to a cute contemporary summer trilogy. I read the first books and they were amazing, so I have to get my hands on this one. Soon. ;)
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick: This book looks like another cute contemporary that I'd love to read for fun. It's also a summer story. I love to curl up and read summer novels on a cold winter day because they helps warm me up. They also help me forget about school for a while, which is always a good thing.
Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Geir: This is the second book in The Ruby Red Trilogy. I read the first book and it astounded me. It was unique, had good writing, and kept me on the edge of my seat. It's about time travelers, good- versus evil, and action with some romance.
The Diviners by Libba Bray: I've heard so many good things about this book which makes me extremely excited for it. It has paranormal aspects, a good mystery, and action. Oooh, it sounds great! Santa bring it to me please.
Shadows by Ilsa Bick: This is the second book in a series about an apocalypse. The heroine is a strong character who, despite having her heart pulled in different directions, is just trying to do the right thing. She fights for the people she loves. It's just a touching story and I want more.
Finale by Becca Fitzpatrick: This is the finale to an addictive series about fallen angels. The main character has become such a strong heroine. She started out as a normal teenager and became this amazing person that I find myself looking up to. I am eager to read more about Nora and Patch, although I'll be sad to see the series end.
So Santa like the title says, I'd love it if you brought me these books! It would make me this happy.
Yes, that is Elena from Vampire Diaries. Gotta love that show.
Anyway, what is on your Christmas list? And what do you think of mine?