Hello! I have decided that I am now only doing the Top Ten Tuesdays that really interest me, otherwise they will be less enjoyable. Hope you understand 🙂 Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
1. The Princess Curse by Merrie Haskell
This is a book I ordered last week and is the only fairytale retelling I own that I have yet to read and so I want to get to it. I will probably do so right after I finish Clash of Kings and before I reread Harry Potter, which leads nicely in to my next pick…
2. Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling
The whole series, but I am only counting it as one. I just recently purchased my own copies of the books and it has made me want to read them again as well as watch the films.
3. Ruins by Dan Wells
I have read the previous two books in the series and I want to finally finish it, so that is what I intend to do.
4. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
My eye was drawn to this because of the beautiful cover which, unfortunately, doesn’t really show up on the computer. Also, I had just read the Green Dwarf by Charlotte Brontë and really enjoyed it. Also, the quote on the back, which reads: ‘I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am free human being with an independent will’, really intrigued me.
5. City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
I really want to read the Infernal Devices because it seems more what I am into now than the Mortal Instruments, but I need to finish this story first, this is the fifth book and then I only need to read the sixth and I can start with Clockwork Angel.
6. Where do Camels Belong? by Ken Thompson
Yep! I have been reading this book since, what, July and it is my personal goal to finish it before December. Preferably, before the end of October but that is a little bit unrealistic.
7. Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern
I have a lot of books by Cecelia Ahern but I’ve only read one (One Hundred Names- I did a review on it which you can see here) and I really want to read another one. I’ve decided to read Where Rainbows End because it is the largest of the books and so once it is read, I will feel more accomplished because there will be less space on my shelf if I were take off my unread books.
8. Paper Towns by John Green
This one I am currently reading. Yes, finally! I am listening to a robot read this to me on my phone. It’s quite nice actually. That reminds me, I need to turn it on whilst I do this. Unfortunately, my phone is doing something weird when it keeps charging and then not charging whilst it’s still plugged… weird, right? Anyway, I’m enjoying it at the moment and hopefully I can finish it before the end of October (it will take me longer because I am listening to it).
9. Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour by Morgan Matson
This was the Little Book Club book of the month for the July but I never did get around to it, so I would like to now.
10. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
Part II comes out in November and I really need to reread the book, I’ve forgotten a lot about what happens.