…That You STILL Haven’t Read Yet!
I’ve been blogging for 4yeears+ so pleasantly surprised that I didn’t have too many to put on this list.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.
Trickster’s Choice & Trickster’s Queen by Tamora Pierce
Bought Trickster’s Choice on my holiday in Florida 10 years ago. It’s a stunning hardback an then bought the sequel a bit later. They’re still sitting on the shelf glaring at me.
Noughts & Crosses Series by Malorie Blackman
I feel guilty about this one, Noughts & Crosses seems like the absolute must and I’ve still not read it.
Magic Study (The Chronicles of Ixia #2) by Maria V. Snyder
Loved the first book and ended up buying the whole rest of the series but have yet to continue.
The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend by Kody Keplinger
I was really excited about The DUFF when it first got published but couldn’t afford the American hardback and by the time it was published at paperback in the UK I bought it and somehow never got round to reading it.
Grotesque by Natsuo Kirino
OUT by Natsuo Kirino is one of my favourite horror reads and I paid a small fortune when I bought the hardback of Grotesque (it was £18!) fully intending to read it immediately. The HB is so heavy and bulky though that I kept putting it off…
Fingersmith by Sarah Waters
No idea why I haven’t read this yet…
Loop (Ring #3) by Kōji Suzuki
Read the first two Ring books and then I found Loop about a year later but somehow never picked it up. I think it’s because I’d probably have to re-read the others.
Enna Burning (The Books of Bayern #2) by Shannon Hale
The Goose Girl is wonderful and I’ve read it multiple times, yet for reasons I can’t figure out Enna has been on my shelf for year and I never pick it up.
Tintenherz aka Inkheart by Cornelia Funke
I had an English Inkheart but just couldn’t bring myself to read it so when I finally got the German version I was like; YES but then I still didn’t pick it up.
Anders. Series by Wolfgang Hohlbein & Heike Hohlbein
Wolfgang Hohlbein & Heike Hohlbein litter the German section of my library. The Märchenmond Series is one of my all-time favourites. Plus Das Buch, which is epic on the word building. So I should have started Anders ages ago but I think the four massive hardbacks are a little daunting.