Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is actually about characters that I could see myself being friends with, but that didn’t really interest me today. So I decided to go with my own topic. Today I’m talking about the Goodreads Choice Awards. I think that they are a really fun part of goodreads at the end of the year, and I try my hardest to read all the books on the list. Though it usually takes me awhile to do that. So here are 10 books that I still need to read!
1. Nine Perfect Strangers by Liane Moriarty
I keep meaning to get to this book, I even had it on audio from my library but I just kept getting distracted. I am determined to get it again though!
2. The Witch Elm by Tana French
I just love this cover so much, I keep coming back to the book and hoping I can get it soon from my library!
3. Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft
This cover also draws me in every time. I need to know what happens in the story just because of it.
4. Pestilence by Laura Thalassa
I’m not one for romance but I kinda like the idea of this book, plus the guy looks cool. I really like his armor.
5. Benti by Nnedi Okorafor
I actually need to read the books before this one first, but since this was the book on the Goodreads list I went with this cover.
6. The Hunger by Alma Katsu
I’ve been having really good luck finding good horror books of late, so I’m hopeful that this book will continue the streak.
7. The Greatest Love Story Ever Told by Megan Mullally & Nick Offerman
The more I learn about Nick Offerman the more I enjoy his acting, and recently my partner Grant has been showing me pictures of Nick and Megan, which has definitely interested me more in this book. They’re so cute together!
8. Becoming by Michelle Obama
I know, I can hear you all gasping in shock that I haven’t read this book yet. In my defense it’s super popular and the waiting list is massive at my library. In fact I’m number 38 in line!
9. House of Dreams: The Life of L. M. Montgomery by Liz Rosenberg
I can’t actually find this book at my library so I might have to break down and buy it eventually.
10. The Future of Humanity by Michio Kaku
At this point I really doubt we have a future, but like it seems like it might be an interesting book so I’m going to try and read it.
Extra: Ah sorry, I lied. There’s more than 10 books in this list. But I’ll stop rambling and just give you a collection of the covers of some of the other books.