1 Jan 2013
TTT - Books for 2013
Top Ten Books I Resolve To Read In 2013
1) The Complete Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis
I've only read The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe and I've been meaning to read the whole series for a while. This Christmas my boyfriend bought me the whole series and I can't wait to get my hands on it!
2) Wanderlove by Kristen Hubbard
I've still got this on my shelf *face palm* so I definitely need to get round to reading it this year.
3) The Iron King by Julie Kagawa
Again, another book I've had for a while that I really need to get round to reading.
4) And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie
I'm in a real murder mystery mood at the moment and after seeing numerous retellings of the novel I'm interested in reading the original novel.
5) The Enemy by Charlie Higson
Another thing I'm into at the moment are zombies and I won this book from Miss Cole's British giveaway last year (so weird to be saying last year when it was only 2012 yesterday).
6) A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
I've seen so many adaptations and know the story well from the films but I've never read the book and had the opportunity to enjoy the story in print form. This year I plan to change that and finally read the book.
7) Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
I've been recommended this by Colin and I still haven't got around to it. I promise to do so this year.
8) Stephen King On Writing
Another book that I should have read by now but haven't. This was being read by quite a few people at one point and reviews were fantastic. I'm not surprised since it's the King of writing talking about creative writing. I can't wait to read his thoughts.
9) Anna and The French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
I'm trying to make sure that I keep to a variety in my reading. Contemporary romance isn't what I usually rush for but a lot of people seemed to have enjoyed this book and I'm willing to give it a shot.
10) Adorkable by Sarah Manning
I loved the sound of this character Jeane. She seems like she's going to be quite geeky and it'll be nice to see a dorky girl for once. That's usually given to the guys which I have no problem with (in fact I think we need more geeky guys) but let us geeky girls rule a fictional novel for once! =D