Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Top Ten Books Daisy Added To Her TBR List Recently


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This week's topic is about books we've added to our to-be-read list lately! I (Jamie) love sharing what I've recently added to my book/Netflix/music queue on my own blog monthly-ish so I thought it would be fun to peek at what everyone has added to their TBR's lately!

So take it away, Daisy!
 


1. The Providence of Fire by Brian Staveley: I LOVED The Emperor's Blades, it was on my TTT of Best Books of 2014, and somehow I missed the release of this one. But luckily, the Goodreads community is awesome and someone alerted me to it, so now it's on the TBR!

2. Blood Song by Anthony Ryan: I came across the sequel while looking for what to buy next and this cover and the summary seemed SO familiar, but I cannot for the life of me remember where I've seen it before, but it's on the TBR now (and also on its way here). Yay for fantasy goodness!

3. Kamikazo Kaito Jeanne vol 1 by Arina Tanemura: so I totally listened in on all your manga recs to Jana, because I've been meaning to expand my reading experience and added this to the TBR and it's also on its way here as we speak :)

4. Death Note vol 1 by Tsugumi Ohba: same goes for this one, I'm really excited!

5. Simon vs. the Home Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli: people are raving about this book and somehow I missed all the excitement before last week, so it's added to the TBR and pre-ordered!

6. Flunked by Jen Calonita: the first book in the Fairy Tale Reform School series, does that not sound awesome?? I need this book in my life.

7. Undeniable by Liz Bankes: I'm all for holiday love stories, especially when they feature British boys.

8. The Shadow Behind the Stars by Rebecca Hahn: about the youngest of the three Fates. Count me in!

9. Dumplin' by Julie Murphy: this has the potential to totally win my heart and an attitude of "the ultimate bikini body? Put a bikini on your body." sounds like a winner to me!

10. A Thousand Nights by E.K. Johnston: this sounds like a retelling of 1001 Nights/Arabian Nights, and also, it sounds awesome!

So, tell me what you've added to your TBR recently!










32 comments:

  1. YAY, you added KKJ to your TBR. That makes me soooooo happy, Daisy! *happy dance* Ooh, and Death Note is good, too. So psychological! Everyone is buzzing about SIMON atm! Ooh, FLUNKED was super cute! I just read that on tour! Enjoy! :) Oooh, THE SHADOW BEHIND THE STARS sounds so good. Let me add it right now! I guess my list is now old! ^.~ Dumplin' is on my list, too. Annnnd, hey, A THOUSAND NIGHTS is also on my list today! Great choices, Daisy!

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    1. I love your enthusiasm! :D
      I'm really excited to start reading manga, I've been meaning to for a while now, but never knew where to start. So glad you liked Flunked, it sounds super fun!

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    2. As far as manga, one of my all time favorites is Library Wars: Love and War. It's still being written, but there are 12 volumes out so far. I can't recommend it highly enough! ^_^

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  2. Death Note!! I love it! Have you watched the anime? It's so good!

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    1. I haven't! But I'll be sure to change that :)

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  3. I haven't read any of those books before! But I have watched some of the Death Note Anime! I hope the manga is good!!


    Whitney@Shooting Stars Reviews

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    1. Ooh, another vote goes to watching the anime! :)

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  4. I have heard nothing but rave reviews for Simon. I usually try not to give into hype, but I might have to on this one!
    -Monica @ Tomes Project

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    1. One of my book club friends keeps raving about it, so I'm giving in this time ;) It sounds really cute!

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  5. Hello from Malaysia! I am new to The Broke and the Bookish, but am loving it so far. Elle at The Erratic Project Junkie sent me your way and she never steers me wrong when it comes to book blogs. I jumped right on board and did this week's Top Ten, but for some reason my Linky link didn't show up correctly. It just says Michelle and has a little house-looking image. Did I do something wrong? I definitely want to continue to participate!
    Thanks!
    Michelle @ In Search of the End of the Sidewalk

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    1. Hi and welcome! :) I think the little house looking image is because you've added it, it doesn't show it next to your name for me. Did you put something other than Michelle in the box?

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  6. Lots of great books on this list. Simon VS. the Homo Sapiens Agenda sounds superb. Hope you get a chance to read all of these.

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    1. Thanks! I'm really excited to read them :)

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  7. Our TBR's are so completely different! But, I am loving the sound of Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda and have added it to my own TBR. That's the problem with interacting with fellow book lovers, the TBR is ever growing and I need to read faster! Enjoy your books :)

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    1. It's always fun to see how diverse everyone's tastes are! :) Haha, yeah, I also need to read faster... If only there were more hours in the day... Hope you enjoy Simon!

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  8. Our TBR's are so completely different! But, I am loving the sound of Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda and have added it to my own TBR. That's the problem with interacting with fellow book lovers, the TBR is ever growing and I need to read faster! Enjoy your books :)

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  9. Flunked nearly made it into my list! We have Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and Dumplin' in common :)

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  10. Not heard of a lot of those but I have heard of Flunked and heard it was really good. :)

    Stormi
    Tuesday Memes

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  11. Lots of awesome books on this list. I have most of these on my TBR pile, but Death Note is one of my favorite manga/anime to date.

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  12. A fairy tale reform school? Sounds fabulous. I'll have to check it out.

    Happy TTT!

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  13. Daisy, your books are completely new to me; I'll have to take a look at some of them. The Shadow Behind the Stars sounds interesting!

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  14. Awesome! I'm going to write my list to publish it on my blog!
    A kiss!!

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  15. Flunked sounds fun and I'm really looking forward to Dumplin' because I loved Julie Murphy's previous book. Great list!

    Michelle @ Michelle's Minions

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  16. A Thousand Nights made my list, too!

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  17. Ooh, the Rebecca Hahn book sounds fascinating. Thanks for mentioning it!

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  18. Retelling of 1,000 nights sounds intriguing. Hope you enjoy!

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  19. Blood Song is one of those books that I've wanted to read forever! But my library doesn't have the series, and my book fund is ever diminishing. Ah, well. Story of my life. I hope you enjoy it, though! I'd like to know what you think of it.

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  21. A Thousand Nights sounds so good! I'm always on the lookout for a good retelling so I'm excited to see someone tackle something that hasn't already been done to death (*cough* Romeo and Juliet *cough*).

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