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Books I'd buy right now if you gave me a Chapters' giftcard -TTT-

August 2, 2016


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the lovely gals over at The Broke and the Bookish.

Do you know when was the last time I participated in Top Ten Tuesday? No but serisouly, I have no clue...

TTT is by far one of my favorite memes in the blogosphere and today's topic was hard because I had to restrain myself from 1: actually buying the books on the following list and 2: sharing more than ten books. That being said, I present to you the ten books I would buy right this second if someone handed me money.

The way to game the walk of shame, by Jenn P Nguyen


Ever since I had the opportunity to interview Jenn for the Sunday Street Team, I've been dying to read her book. I actually went to the bookstore to get it, but they were out of stock! 

More happy than not, by Adam Silvera


Have you seen the paperback cover for this book?!?! Have you read the synopsis?!?!? If you haven't and this book isn't on your list, there's something seriously wrong with this situation.

Lucky few, by Kathryn Ormsbee


This book is on the list for the pure fact that Jess, from Princessica Books, liked it a lot and I really enjoyed reading her review of it.

The retribution of Mara Dyer, by Michelle Hodkin


I've read the first and second book in the series, but new releases keep getting in the way of the third one. I would definitely buy it if someone gave me the money for it!

The curse of tenth grave, by Darynda Jones


I absolutely love this series and I prefer to wait for the books to come out in paperback so they can match and I can save money. But let's say that you wouldn't have to convince me too hard to buy it in hardcover.

Season of mists, by Neil Gaiman


I read my fair share of graphic novel/comic books and the Sandman series is one of my favorite. Let's be real though, anything by Neil Gaiman is on my FAV list.

The view from the cheap seats, by Neil Gaiman


What did I tell ya?

Alex Crow, by Andrew Smith


Another author I think is genius. I'M surprise myself that I haven't read this one yet!

Cure for the common universe, by Christan McKay Heidicker



I featured this book in WIFSY and the cover, the story... it's all amazing!

See you in the morning, by Mairead Case


This one was recommended to me by the wonderful Cindy, over at Groundwood Books, and don't want to buy it until I get my TBR under control a bit. But if you give me THOSE eyes, I might just buy it right now!

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I'll end this by casually saying that my birthday is coming up at the end of the month (August 27th). If ever you found yourself in possession of extra money and didn't know what to buy with it or who to give it to... well now you have an option!

What books are on YOUR to-buy list? 


Take care cupcakes!

Sophie


7 comments:

  1. I'm pretty sure I own Alex Crow but it is sitting on my Kindle apparently not getting any love at the moment. Great list!

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    1. Have you read other books by Andrew Smith? He is, in my humble opinion, a litterary genius. Winger is a must read for everyone!

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  2. YES! I'd basically buy all of Neil Gaiman's books. Even the ones I already one. :)

    Stacy Renee @ Lazy Day Literature

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    1. Same! All of his work are going to be getting new retro covers, starting with American Gods (because of the TV show and all) and I know I'll want to buy them all! Here's the link to the first cover reveal!:D http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2016/07/robert-e-mcginnis-and-secret-of-new.html

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  3. Hope you receive the books you want soon. Happy reading!!

    Here's a link to my TTT post for the week: http://captivatedreader.blogspot.com/2016/08/top-ten-tuesday-ten-books-id-buy-right.html

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  4. Just added most of these to my kindle list! Thank you for the recommendations!

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  5. I want to check out More Happy Than Not too! It sounds so awesome! I haven't heard a single bad review of it yet!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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