Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’m Dying To Read

Hosted at The Broke and The Bookish on Tuesdays, but I’ve posted for the Wednesday because of time difference. If you want to participate hop on over there by clicking the banner and let us know what your top ten are.

  1. Lies by Michael Grant – The third one in the Gone Series which is a young adult science fiction dystopia-esque series and I highly recommend it.
  2. We by Yevgeny Zamyatin – Dystopia again and one of those ones that is an expected read (like if you love Fantasy people would think you’d read The Lord of The Rings right?)
  3. Boneshaker  by Cherie Priest – I just want some Steampunk! Also the cover grabbed me.
  4. Beowulf is Boring by Sean Munger – The synopsis made me chuckle. This is always a good sign.
  5. A Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare – I got it in the mail the other day, yay! It’s the start of the prequel trilogy to her Mortal Instruments trilogy. This one is still Urban Fantasy, but set in Victorian times
  6. The Wiseman’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss – Not available yet and the follow on from The Name of The Wind. Highly recommend darker fantasy.
  7. Pandemic by Scott Sigler – Not available yet and the third book in his Infected trilogy which is science fiction/suspense with craziness.
  8. The Book of The Damned by Charles Fort – Do I really need to explain that one? I’ve had wanted to read this ever since the movie Mothman Prophecy came out – based on the non fiction book by John Keel – but I can’t remember the connection.
  9. The Stolen Child by Keith Donahue – I just feel compelled to read it. There isn’t any special reason.
  10. sWitch by Scott Norton Not available yet – I only discovered this one a few days ago and it is a book I’m absolutely hanging for. I think that may be because I love dark fiction, but it’s hard for me to find anything that is truly dark or disturbing. Whereas this might actually fit the bill in some ways or at least I hope it does.

What are your top ten?

2 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books I’m Dying To Read

    • Hi Anne,

      I don’t know about math, but I know it’s quite a sci-fi dystopic novel which is why I want to read it. The character names are numbers though, but I’d say that’s more to take away their individuality rather then being math related. I don’t know. I have to read it soon to find out.

      I haven’t actually started reading it. I have become side tracked by the series I was going to read after it as the third book has been released so I figured I better hurry up and read the first two before I get it in the mail, but when I finally do read it I’ll definitely be posting a review about it. I did love Life of Pi so I’m hoping it’s just as good. Have you read it?


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