Top Ten Books I Want Santa To Bring Me

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So my mom & grandmother had been bugging me to make a list (yes at almost 28 I am still asked for lists) So I made them and emailed them. I got the same response from both of them “Um Lexi, isn’t there something other than books, that you want?” I seriously didn’t know how to answer that. To me, the answer would have been an emphatic “NO” but I know exactly how they get and how much they like to surprise me. So I put a few non book related things on there.
There have been a lot of books that have caught my eye over the past 8 months or whatever. Even more so than normal and I can thank my fellow bibliophiles for that.So these ten books are a compilation of books that either look amazing, or bloggers have raved about it or if it’s just something that I must have in my hands RIGHT NOW!
All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
-The premise drew me in big time and this one has been taunting me from my Amazon wishlist for weeks-
-Amazing cover. Plus the synopsis. Plus an amazing author who regularly interacts with her readers on social media-
Not A Drop To Drink by Mindy McGinnis
-I haven’t heard a whole lot about this one, but what I have heard, is all positive stuff-
-Kasie West is a goddess and I’ll read whatever she writes-
-I absolutely love the cover and that’s what’s drawn me in the most, although I have to say, the premise looks great-
-I’ve heard so much about this book. Like how it was life changing. I need this book in my life-

-If I had to pick only one of these to be sitting under my tree, it would be this one. Hands down-
Charm & Strange by Stephanie Kuehn
-I’ve heard nothing but amazing things from this one. The premise sounds amazing-
Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn
-My grandmother read this one and LOVED it. It’s normally not a book she’d love so I’m excited-
The Fault In Our Stars by John Green
-This book just sounds like something I’d be all over. I am really excited about this one-

I am sure a lot of you have already read most of these. Or maybe you haven’t gotten around to it yet. Anyhow, let me know if you’ve read any of these and what you think about them. Leave me the links to your TTT posts so I can come by and see what’s on your list.

16 thoughts on “Top Ten Books I Want Santa To Bring Me

  1. The Selection, TFIOS, and This Song Will Save Your Life are all great! I have yet to read All Our Yesterdays, too, but I've heard it's really good from a lot of people. 🙂

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  2. I am DYING to read Kiera Cass' Selection series. TFIOS will probably make me cry buckets.This Song Will Save Your Life comes highly recommended to me so I knew I needed to fit it in there. I missed out on getting an ARC for All Our Yesterdays awhile back so I really want this book now.

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  3. Great list! I liked WHERE THE STARS STILL SHINE and GONE GIRL, and I loved THE DISTANCE BETWEEN US and THE FAULT IN OUR STARS. I still need ALL OUR YESTERDAYS, NOT A DROP TO DRINK, THIS SONG WILL YOUR SAVE YOUR LIFE, and CHARM & STRANGE! Hope you get some!

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  4. Oh so many awesome books on your list! I loved All Our Yesterdays! And Not a Drop to Drink was really good too, IMO. I also loved Where The Stars Still Shine! The Selection was pretty good, and I cannot wait to read The Distance Between Us. I keep requesting it from the e-library but never get a chance to read it!

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  5. Great list! I've read and loved quite a few of these – TFIOS, The Selection, This Song Will Save Your Life. Quite a few are ones that I still need to read. Not A Drop To Drink made my list too. I hope you got a least some of these 🙂

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