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Inevitably, some books end up on the TBR pile that never actually get read in the year they were released. I do not have time nor do I believe it to be scientifically possible to read all the books my brain tells me I should read. Here are the top ten books from 2015, that I really hope to read one of these days.
#1 --> Winter by Marissa Meyer must be read! I know, I know; but it's because "the end" books freak me out. No excuse, I know, since The Lunar Chronicles remain some of my favorite books to push onto others.
#2 --> My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga shows up on all my favorite people's lists of must reads and so yeah... I really need to read this book even though... yet again I haven't!
#3 --> Uprooted by Naomi Novik was a book I really wanted to read. Actually purchased and then somehow ended up shuffled aside until viola! I have not read it yet.
#4 --> Made You Up by Francesca Zappia has one of the most stunning covers from last year and since my daily life involves working with, trying to understand atypical-neuro functions so that my daughter feels as if she fits in with the rest of the world, it seemed like a book I'd like.
#5 --> Bone Gap by Laura Ruby ... yeah... I feel embarrassed to even admit I haven't read this one. For shame on me!
#6 --> The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch by Daniel Kraus was one of those books that every time I see the cover, I think why have I not read this book?! Still... even as I type this out, I am kicking myself for not reading this one yet.
#7 --> The Royal We by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan which was featured on Fangirlish, because of course it's being turned into a movie. I have a feeling this book will be my next THE DUFF which means I will read it right before the movie comes out. Still... it will get read.
#8 --> The Game of Love and Death by Martha Brockenbrough is one of those books, I've actually had in my hands to start and then a deadline came due or something or another and I have NOT been able to get back to it. A travesty really since Martha is brilliant and I know this book will delight me as few do.
#9 --> Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin comes in at number nine because yeah... I have this book. Am suppose to review this book... and I don't even know. Everything about it should make me want to read it like yesterday and yet... no dice!
#10 --> Frozen Tides by Morgan Rhodes came out in December, so do I get a sort of pass on this book? Given that I drove 39 hours over our holiday break and covered five states to make sure my little ones were able to hang out with grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins for Christmas break?
Tell me what I am missing by not reading these. Have an idea which ones I should read first, tell me which and why? Help meeeeeeee... :)