Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
In no particular order...
1. Ruby Red Trilogy by Kerstin Gier
I picked up the first two books in this trilogy at The Strand a few months back. I desperately want to read them, especially because I'm craving a good time travel book, but they keep getting pushed back to accommodate other books that have to be reviewed by a specific date.
2. Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Egmont sent me this entire series, so I'm lucky enough to have all three books. I was really looking forward to them upon their arrival. However, I read NOBODY by Jennifer Lynn Barnes which really turned me off from her writing style, so I'm having trouble convincing myself to give her another chance. I want to get to these books, though!
3. Dreaming Anastasia by Joy Preble
I have all three books on my shelves because of the Russian lore imbedded into this story. Growing up, one of my best friends moved from Russia when she was just two years old. She constantly made fun of how I tried to pronounce Russian words and got me addicted to Russian foods. I love the culture and I want to immerse myself in the lore.
4. Healer by Maria V. Snyder
I very much enjoyed the STUDY series as well as the INSIDERS series by Maria V. Snyder. She's quickly becoming a favorite author of mine, thus I really want to give this series a chance because so many people keep saying her amazing writing shines through once again. Her creativity is endless and amazing. I'm also really curious about her GLASS series because of this.
5. Bloodlines by Richelle Mead
I have a confession. I never finished the Vampire Academy series. I know, insane! But everyone says this continuation is amazing. So I really want to kick my butt into gear to finish Vampire Academy so I can see what all of the hype surrounding Bloodlines is about.
6. Under The Never Sky by Veronica Rossi
I own only the first book in this series. People are constantly telling me it is absolutely amazing while a select few people I know had trouble with it. Either way, the book is on my shelf thus I want to give it a chance.
7. Castle Glower by Jessica Day George
I love Jessica Day George and her princess re-tellings. I was able to trade for an ARC of the first book in her middle-grade Castle Glower series. It looks absolutely adorable, so I can't wait to actually sink my teeth into it. I know it'll be an adorable, quick read just like all of George's amazing retellings are.
8. Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson
As a high fantasy lover, I am kicking myself because I have yet to read this one. I WILL read it this month though for March Fantasy Month with Gillian. THAT is a promise, and it's a book I am heavily looking forward to finally delving into.
9. Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
Next to THE HUNGER GAMES, Westerfeld's UGLIES series is the series that got me reading. It will forever be one of my favorites, which is why I can't wait to read his LEVIATHAN series. Not only do I love steampunk, but I love the amazing worlds he creates for us. I really, really want to read this one soon, but I have to find a way to obtain a copy of book one first.
10. Delirium by Lauren Oliver
I'm going to be honest and say that I feel like the only human being on the entire planet that has not read this series. I've read THE SPINDLERS which is one of Oliver's middle-grade's, so I'm looking forward to giving this one a chance one day.
I know, I know, I'm behind on a lot of amazing series! Don't attack me! I plan on picking them up soon!
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