Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke & The Bookish.
Each week they release a Top Ten Theme and invite everyone to join in and make their own Top Ten List.
Happy Freebie Week!
We all have this really bad habit of adding books that we like to our TBR and then totally forgetting about them. I don;t know about yours, but my list currently stands at over 900 books so I decided a few weeks ago to do a little bit of culling. Easy enough, right? Wrong! I was so shocked to find that there were amazing books on my list (and had been there fore years!) that I still hadn’t read.
So I decided to take a look at the oldest ones on my list, all added in August 2013, and picked the ten that I still most want to read!
Delirium – A world in which people can’t love? Sounds TERRIBLE, I need to read it NOW!
You Against Me – I actually own this one as a hardback, I put it on my TBR because I had bought it and wanted to read it. Yet I still haven’t. Silly Hannah!
Almost – The cover is kind of weird, but apparently the book is so much better!
Jack and Yani Love Harry Potter – It’s Harry Potter, I MUST read this!
The Rules of Disappearing – I’ve always wanted to read a book about Witness Protection and here one is and I’ve ignored it for the past 2 years! Oops!
Me Before You – The SHAME! There is no excuse with this one, I am a terrible human being a deserve to have eggs thrown at my head.
Something Like Normal – I’ve always wanted to read a really great romance featuring a young soldier back from war. I found this book and added it to my list…then forgot about it.
The Sea of Tranquility – Totally forgot about this one and then clicked on it, read the description and was like ‘Oh my god, this looks amazing. I need to add it to my TBR immediately…’ You can see how I have this problem right?
Shatter Me – I don’t even know why I haven’t read this one yet. It’s ridiculous! I am actually the worst kind of bookworm ever!
Alienated – Alien love stories? They are my FAVOURITE TYPE! (of the 1 alien romance I’ve actually read!) No idea why I haven’t read this already?