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Top Ten Books I’d Love To Read If I Were In A Book Club
I am not in a book club, and I’m actually quite surprised that I am not in one. If I were in a book club, it would be one weird book club (in terms of good weird people and totally random books). These are the books I’d want to read…because there are a lot of books I’ve been meaning to read and never do.
- The Pennyroyal Green series by Julie Ann Long. I’ve been meaning to read it for ages, because I hear so many people say really good things about it!
- Skip Beat. I don’t read a lot of manga (I’ve only read most of Fruits Basket and one called The Dreaming) but I’ve been wanting to read this one for a while.
- It’s Kind Of A Funny Story by Ned Vizzini. This is another book I’ve been meaning to read for ages and never seem to get around to reading. It really does seem like a book I’d like.
- Compromised by Kate Noble. I read Revealed by her quite a while ago, and I definitely want to read more of her books. This one seems a good a choice as any.
- The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin. I’m intrigued by the idea of a girl who ends up in the hospital not knowing why she’s there.
- The Feud: The Hatfields And The McCoy’s by Dean King. Really, I know the names, and that’s about it. Besides, every book club needs something educational every once in a while, right? (Okay, maybe not, but this is my fictional book club, so the answer is definitely yes).
- House Of Leaves by Mark Danielewski. I’ve heard that this a really bizarre book, and since I like things that are really weird, I’d totally want to read this in a book club.
- Throne Of Glass by Sarah Maas. So many people love it, and it would be nice to actually read it so I know what people are talking about.
- Talons by Julie Kagawa. It’s a book about dragons! And it’s by Julie Kagawa! It sounds like it’s going to be awesome. You can’t go wrong with either.
- Among The Janeites by Deborah Yaffe. It seems like a great book club book. Plus, it’s about the Jane Austen fandom, and you can’t go wrong with that!