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This Week's Topic
Top Ten Books We Wouldn't Mind Santa Leaving Under Our Trees This Year
4-- My Grandmother Asked Me To Tell You She's Sorry by Fredrick Backman -- This one looks really great! Hannah's raving about it made me add it to my list, I believe!
5 -- The Diviners by Libba Bray -- I've really wanted to read this one for a while and recently have been like "yeah, I want that day to be soon. "
6 -- Hello? by Liza Wiemer -- I've heard nothing but amazing things and Liza is so lovely!
7 -- Illustrated Harry Potter!
8 -- The Thousand Dollar Tan Line by Rob Thomas
I just discovered Veronica Mars this year, and I LOVED it! So I am dying for this book!
9 -- Mr. Kiss and Tell by Rob Thomas
Ditto to my above statement!
Ditto to my above statement!
10 -- If You're Lucky by Yvonne Prinz
I was lucky enough to get that pretty illustrated Harry Potter book for my birthday! Hopefully Santa brings it to you; it's a beautiful edition! :)ReplyDelete
Oh I so hope Santa brings you the illustrated HP because it is just beautiful! Also whoohoo for discovering Veronica Mars. I have loved it so much and the first book was pretty awesome. I would suggest though trying the audiobook for book one since it's narrated by none other than Kristen Bell, Veronica Mars herself. It was the first audiobook I really listened to and reviewed. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Veronica Mars! I should of added it to my list!!ReplyDelete
A couple of these are on my list too. Hope you all have a great holiday.ReplyDelete
I recently received The Witches...can't wait to read it!ReplyDelete
OOh nice! I finally read The Diviners this year and really liked it! Loved the first Veronica Mars book as well! Still need to read the second!ReplyDelete
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There are some great books here. Illustrated Harry is also on my list! And thank you for reminding me that I would like to read Zeroes, and for letting me know that there is a new Fredrik Backman novel!ReplyDelete
I'm lucky to have the illustrated edition of Harry Potter. Haven't read it yet, but I just know it's gonna be amazing :) I had a copy of The Diviners that I DNF'ed and gave away via Twitter with the #booksfortrade I just couldn't get into it and didn't feel like pushing through such a chunky book to get to the good spots (if there were any). I know tons of people LOVE that book though.ReplyDelete
I didn't ask anyone for the illustrated HP book for Christmas but I would definitely love to have it!ReplyDelete
We have the illustrated Harry Potter - I got it for my hubby for Christmas. It is absolutely GORGEOUS!! I hope you do find it under your tree :)ReplyDelete
If You're Lucky is fantastic as is Hello? by Liza! I hope you get some of the books you've been wishing for! Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
Great list!! The Illustrated Harry Potter looks awesome. I will have to check out the Veronica Mars books. I've seen them around, but I haven't read any of them. I hope Santa brings you everything that you want and you have a wonderful holiday!!ReplyDelete
My TTT: http://www.jacquesbooknook.blogspot.com/2015/12/top-ten-tuesday-books-i-wouldnt-mind.html
Awesome list! I loved a man called ove so I would like to read his new book as well. Here's my TTT http://angelerin.blogspot.com/2015/12/top-ten-tuesday-top-ten-books-i-would.html?m=0ReplyDelete
Great choices! HP illustrated looks so darn beautiful! I'm quite keen to get my hands on The Diviners, too - Libba Bray is awesome!ReplyDelete
The Illustrated Harry Potter looks interesting!ReplyDelete
These all look fantastic. The illustrated Harry Potter has been in my thoughts for a while, but alas it didn't make it on my list. (instead I mourned over my TBR's :P )ReplyDelete
Oh, I had forgotten about the Veronica Mars book series. I've got to remedy this error. I hope you both get the books on your wishlist! Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Didn't realize Scott Westerfield had another book! I've got to get my hands on Zeroes.ReplyDelete
I loved The Diviners...I hope you do, too! The Thousand Dollar Tan Line is fantastic BUT you have to watch the Veronica Mars movie right before. It's set 2 months or so after the movie (I hadn't watched it yet when I listened to the audiobook, and was pretty confused). I'm looking forward to listening to Mr. Kiss and Tell, myself. Oh, and V. Mars herself is the narrator! :DReplyDelete