Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Today they’d like us to talk about the top ten books I feel like everyone has read but me. So really, how much time do you have? I could go on about this for days (but I won’t).
1. Any of the sequels to Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater- I wasn’t a fan of Shiver. I don’t know why. Maybe something’s wrong with me. I just related Sam to my family dog (only in wolf form). Also I hated his really terrible poetry. But people go on and on about Linger and now, dear lord, Forever. It makes me think I should give it another go. Maybe I was in a bad mood when I read the first one.
2. The Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness- I was actually dumb enough to check Monsters of Men out from the library a while back—you know, not realizing that there were two whole books before it. Clearly I couldn’t read it until I read the others and I just haven’t gotten around to it. I hear they’re painfully good. I’m not sure I’m ready for that.
8. Looking for Alaska by John Green- You guys, this is pretty bad because I loved Paper Towns. I love Nerdfighters. And yet, I’ve not read this one that everyone talks about.
9. Paranormalcy by Kiersten White- Alright so, we know I’m not crazy for paranormal books, but I do enjoy my fair share. The question here is, why haven’t I read this one? It’s gotten such good reviews and it has a mermaid (along with the normal paranormal creatures). I need to read it.
10. The Airhead series by Meg Cabot- It’s no secret that I love Miss Meg. She’s my favorite. And I loved all of her books—at least, the ones I’ve read because I’ve never actually read this series. The shame! They should take away my Meg Cabot fan club membership. Ok, I’m not really a member of a Meg Cabot fan club (but if you started one I would totally join).