Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Top Ten Books On My Summer TBR List

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So... Some of the books included on this list are books that are being released sometime this summer that I CANNOT wait to read, others are books that I have had on my TBR pile FOREVER that I am hoping to FINALLY getting around to reading.

"Before I Wake" by Rachel Vincent: "If I Die" was hands-down the best book that I read in 2011 and therefore I CANNOT wait to get my hands on this book (only a few more short days)! Seriously though, I am so looking forward to seeing how Tod, Kaylee and the gang (actually, who cares about the gang? If I could just read about Kaylee and Tod I would be happy as a clam) react to the huge revelations/ craziness that ensued at the end of "IID".

Endlessly" by  Kiersten White: I am really looking forward to seeing how Kiersten wraps up her debut series with this book. Like "If I Die" there were a TON of revelations brought to light in the earlier book, "Supernaturally", and therefore I am beyond excited to see how Evie responds to them. Plus, I feel that it has been far too long since I last read about Lend.

"Biting Cold" by Chloe Neill: I am really looking forward to this book because, believe it or not, it's my first roadtrip book! I mean, Merit and Ethan on the road together with all of that sexual tension contained within one teeny tiny car? Can you think of anything better?

"Defiance" by C.J. Redwine: So I have actually had an ARC of this for a few months ago, but I still have yet to read it *hides in shame*. I've held off on reading it for so long because I want to do so closer to the release date. And guess what?!? The release date is soon. Or soon-ish. August 28th!

"Onyx" by Jennifer L. Armentrout: So I've actually already read this, over a month ago but I included it on here because A) I want to reread it sometime this summer because it was *that* amazing and B) I can't wait for its release to see what y'all think of it. Blogs, Twitter feeds, and the likes of are going to BLOW UP when this book is finally released and it is totally going to put JLA more on the map than she already is!

"Shine" by Jeri Smith-Ready: The last month or so I have been reading almost strictly books for review. Every three or four books from publishers/ authors that I read I reward myself with a "me" book, well, the time has almost come around for me to read a "me" book (after finishing "The Unnaturalists" by Tiffany Trent and "Wake" by Amanda Hocking) and this is going to be that book! I've heard such great things about it, especially from Ashley over at Book Labyrinth.

"The Demon Trapper's Daughter" series by Jana Oliver: I first read "The Demon Trappers Daughter" last year and promptly went out and bought the sequel "Soul Thief" but I never got around to reading it. Well, almost a year has past and the third book in the series, "Forgiven", has now been released and I think that it is about time that I get around to reading it (seriously, I don't know I have survived almost a year without knowing whether Beck and Riley FINALLY get together).

"The Game of Thrones" series by G. R. R. Martin: After watching the first season of "TGoT" I made a vow that I wouldn't watch the second season until I had read the books (yep, I am kinda kicking myself for having made that vow now- have you seen the size of these books?!?). Hopefully I can get through the first two books and then indulge myself in some Joffrey (JK! Could you imagine?) Jon Snow!

"Pandemonium" by Lauren Oliver: This is another book that I seem to have had forever but have yet to have gotten around to reading (and like with the Beck/ Riley thing I am super surprised that I have been able to survive the past year and a half without knowing whether Alex survives or not!).

"If I Stay" by Gayle Forman: I seriously feel like the last person on earth to has yet to have read this book- therefore I am going to rectify the situation! I ordered it the other day and hopefully it will come today!

"The Scorpio Races" by Maggie Stiefvater: Yep, I have no excuse for having not read this like the other books... ;)


  1. Game of Thrones is on my list too! It's been on my shelf for awhile and I just haven't made time to read it.

  2. Game of Thrones is a great book and even though it's long it makes you want to continue reading.

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