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Top Ten Books People Tell Me I MUST Read
If some of the books on this list seem familiar, it’s because some of them may have made my TTT for last week…as hesitant as I may be to read certain books. Actually, consider this the list of books I need to read so I know what people are talking about, because that describes most of the books on my list this week.
- Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein. As hesitant as I am to read it, I feel like it’s one of those books I need to read so I know what people are talking about.
- Eleanor And Park by Rainbow Rowell. I’m even more hesitant to read Eleanor And Park, but it’s another one that I want to at least try reading because so many people have loved it that I need to read it.
- The Infernal Devices by Cassandra Clare. I have them so I’ll read them at some point, but people seem to love it more than Mortal Instruments, so I’m curious to see what else Clare has done in the Shadowhunter world (even if all of the planned series set in this world makes me nervous).
- Bloodlines by Richelle Mead. This is another series where people seem to like the spin-off more than the original (or, at least, they seem to like it as much as the original series) so I’m definitely going to have to read it eventually.
- Just One Day by Gayle Forman. Again, a lot of people seem to love, so I’ll have to read it one of these days.
- A Discovery Of Witches. I’m fairly certain this was recommended to me at some point (I wish I could remember who) and while I’m feeling too lazy to see what it’s about, I’ll definitely have to read it.
- A Confederacy Of Dunces. It’s come up as a topic of conversation with some friends quite a few times, and while it wasn’t recommended to me specifically, I feel like it’s another one to read someday.
- Pretty much anything by Sarah Ockler. Unlike my list so far, I’ve actually gone ahead and included an author as opposed to a specific book. But again, she seems to be someone people love, to the point that I want to see why so many bloggers seem to like her.
- The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau. I’ve seen it reviewed quite a few times, and I’ve been curious about it, especially since it seems like reviews are mixed. But it still seems right up my alley!
- The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde. My friend Heather recommended this one a while ago (come to think of it, I’m pretty sure she recommended A Discovery Of Witches) and I’d really like to read it someday!