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December 25: Books I Hope I Find Under My Christmas Tree This Morning (If you don’t celebrate Christmas, spin this to be a book wish list.)
I have a hard time narrowing my wish list to ten books for today’s post. There are so many books that I wanted to get. Knowing me, I will ask for books and gift cards to Barnes & Noble and Amazon so I can get more books.
Next Year in Havana // Chanel Cleeton
I was exactly halfway through this book when I had to return it back to the library. So, I am hoping that I get my own copy so I can go back and annotate the book and finish it.
Archenemies // Marissa Meyer
I want to have this ready when I am finished with Regendages. Superheroes? Villians? Yes, please.
Darius The Great is Not Okay // Adib Khorram
This is one of the books that I haven’t heard of a single negative review. I am curious about why.
Code Name Verity // Elizabeth Wien
I wanted to have at least a historical fiction on the list since it’s one of my favorite genres. I have too many fantasy books. This book has an amazing friendship between two women and it’s a feminist novel to boost!
Forest of a Thousand Lanterns // Julie C. Dao
A retelling of Evil Queen in Snow White? Sign. Me Up.
Strange the Dreamer // Laini Taylor
I never read Laini Taylor and I would like to. I thought maybe this one would be a great place to start. The book apparently has beautiful writing and great worldbuilding.
What if It’s Us // Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera
I loved Becky’s novels and need to read Adam’s books. I do know Adam’s reputation of his endings so I want to read this novel to see where it’d lead.
Wildcard // Marie Lu
I love Marie’s first trilogy, Legend. I want to see where Warcross and Wildcard go.
Blanca y Roja // Anna-Marie McLemore
Loved Wild Beauty. I want to read more of her writing. I hope I will get this one under the Christmas tree.
Trail of Lightning // Rebecca Roanhorse
I want this book because I love the synopsis. And I want to read it.