Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Top 10 Books I Wish Santa Would Bring Me





It's Top 10 Tuesday (hosted at The Broke and the Bookish) and the topic is
Top 10 Books I Wish Santa Would Bring Me


This was alarmingly hard. I have a few favorite books that I'm trying to collect in print (versus the Kindle editions I have already), so those would be the first items I'd wish for, but new books? Hmm. That's harder. I'm thinking these:



Anna Reads young adult book blog

19 comments:

  1. I just love the cover for "The Probability of Miracles". Great list and I agree this was a hard one to make. Happy Tuesday.

    JJiReads
    Check out my Top Ten List

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  2. I haven't read any of the books on your list but I've heard really good things about Matched - hope Santa brings at least a few of these books for you for Christmas :-)

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  3. You should probably go ahead and put Crossed on your list....You will definitely want to read it when you finish Matched!

    Here's my Top Ten Books I Hope Santa Brings.

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  4. I want so many, I am asking Santa for Gift Cards to amazon and Barnes and Noble.
    http://its-raining-books.blogspot.com/2011/12/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-want-for_20.html

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  5. Where Things Come Back is amazing! Seriously one of the most underrated debuts of the year. (You should check out my current giveaway because you could win it!) You have a great list here! I hope Santa brings everything on it! Merry Christmas!

    Karis's Top Ten

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  6. I'm pretty sure a certain elf will be sending you a few of these on loan in the very near future ;-)

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  7. I liked The Lost Hero, so yes, definitely, that one's a must! And I'm currently reading and loving Matched :)

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  8. I hope Santa's nice to you. Have a Merry Christmas!

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  9. I really enjoyed The Lost Hero. Matched is on my list too. Merry Christmas!

    http://areaderintime.blogspot.com/2011/12/top-ten-books-i-hope-santa-will-bring.html

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  10. OK, I've only read MATCHED on your list. I need to check out the others! Here's hoping my husband see's my list and puts a few surprises on my Kindle Christmas morning!

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  11. I'm hoping to read Where Things Come Back over my very limited Christmas break. And I just finished up The Probability of Miracles - very strong debut! Hope you get ALL OF THESE and love them!

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  12. I'm listening to Probability of Miracles in the car right now. It's too early to tell how good it is but I've heard wonderful things!

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  13. Matched was a little hard for me to get into when I first read it, but about half way through I was captured and couldn't put it down. I have Crossed in my TBR pile right now, along with The Pledge, hoping they turn out great :)

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  14. oooh Jennifer Echol's simon pulse books are adorable! I read both and loved them. The new one "That One That I Want" is as cute! Great selection in books. Especially probability of miracles (WHO doesn't want this BEAUTIFUL cover on their book shelf?) Matched, and Touch ;)

    - Juhina

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  15. Aw! This is the first time I've seen Major Crush mentioned *anywhere*, and it was a favorite fluff read of mine in high school, as at the time I was a drum major in love with my co-drum major. I hope you find it soon (I'd send you my copy if I had any knowledge of which box in my parents' basement it now lies)!

    And since I've never commented before, but have been meaning to, I LOVE your blog. It's not often I come across a great, approachable blog about YA books from the POV of an adult, but yours is just fantastic. As soon as I found out you were a fellow rabid Megan McCafferty fan, I knew our tastes were similar, and so far I've had great success reading books you've recommended. Thank you for keeping me informed of current YA, and for your wonderful reviews!

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