Top Ten Tuesday was originally started by The Broke And The Bookish, where a topic is given every Tuesday and the blogger then produces a top ten list of books to fit the weekly subject. The topic this week is a Freebie-pick your topic, so I have decided on ‘Top Ten Books I Will Read in my First Semester at University‘. Since the term has just started, I thought I would use this post to plan out what I think I would like to read based on what books I have and what storiesI am dying to get into:
1. The Book Thief- Markus Zusak
I am soon excited to start reading this, I have heard great things about it and would love to see the film as well!
2. The Perks of Being a Wallflower- Stephen Chbosky
I have been waiting a long time to read this book, and it is next on my list as soon as I finish Catcher In The Rye!!
3. The Fault In Our Stars- John Green
Even though I have already read it a lot, people who have read it will understand that, even though it is a very sad book, it is also a feel good book, and a story you can always return to.
4. What Milo Saw- Virginia MacGregor
I was approved this title on NetGalley, and I thought I would read this sooner rather than later, because of it’s distinct link with seeing, and my uni course is graphic communication, which is very visual. I guess I’m just holding out hope for a bit of inspiration.
5. You- Caroline Kepnes
I need a thriller in my life to get my heart racing, I need an exciting upbeat read!!
6. The Husband’s Secret- Liane Moriarty
I’ve owned this book for a while, and bought it with my to uni, so what’s the point on having it with me without reading it?!
7. Elizabeth Is Missing- Emma Healy
Another book I’ve packed and have been meaning to read for a while, a popular book that I need to jump on the book wagon of!
8. Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock- Matthew Quick
I am really excited to read this, gonna have to make sure I separate this from re-reading TFIOS though, otherwise I will a non-functional emotional wreck!
9. The Great Gatsby- F. Scott Fitzgerald
I felt the need to add a classic in here… and it’s a nice short one.
10. The Age of Miracles- Karen Thompson Walker
Another book that I’m hoping will help me think and inspire me, a nice contemporary novel with a bit of a twist in the storyline to get my creative juices flowing!
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