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Top Ten 2014 Releases I Wanted To Read But Didn’t Get To
I always get really excited about all of the new books that are coming out, but I am so bad about actually reading a lot of them when they come out. There are so many awesome looking books that came out last year that I really wish I had the chance to read. But there’s always this year, and I really want to read these 10 books!
- Waistcoats & Weaponry by Gail Carriger. I just love Gail Carriger, and I wish I had the chance to read the third book in her Finishing School series.
- Talon by Julie Kagawa. After seeing her take on fairies and vampires, I can’t wait to see what Kagawa does with dragons!
- Atlantia by Ally Condie. I am very much intrigued by an Atlantis re-telling.
- Unraveled by Gennifer Albin. I really like the idea of girls who can weave time, and I really want to see how it all ends!
- Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins. I’ve been meaning to read it for ages, and yet I never seem to get around to it…
- The Iron Trial by Cassandra Clare. I actually didn’t realize it came it this year, because I feel like I’ve been hearing about it for ages. Still, I’m curious to see what a non-Shadow-Hunter-World book looks like.
- The Murder Complex by Lindsay Cummings. I like the idea of a world where the murder rate is higher than the birthrate.
- To All The Boys I Loved Before by Jenny Han. Basically, I want to read it because it’s by Jenny Han (but love letters going to people who were never meant to see them also caught my interest).
- Homemade Decadence by Joy the Baker. I never got to look through it because I never actually bought a copy of it, but I really want it! I love her first cookbook, and I am utterly confident that this will be a great addition to the cookbook collection I already have!
- Illusions Of Fate by Kiersten White. Mostly because it’s Kiersten White but any book that is Downton Abbey meets Cassandra Clare is bound to get my attention.