As a self respecting fangirl, I always have my GoodReads To Read list filled with books that amount to 30 or 50 at any given time despite the fact that I usually have a stack of books on my shelf that still need to be read. Does this ever stop me from adding to that list? No, of course it doesn't. Here are just a few of the books I am looking forward to reading.....
My To Read List
I can't believe I haven't read this one yet. Especially now that there is all this excitement over it becoming a TV show. And I actually like the concept of there being a "cure" for love amidst thiswhole controlling government. I was recommended this book on Twitter by a very excited fan and I promised to give it a shot.
Now this book doesn't come out until October, but I loved Beautiful Creatures so much that I wanted to read more by the authors. Now I'm not much of a Ghost story type of book reader but like I said, I loved BC so I am willing to give this one at least a little bit of a try.
This book comes out in May and like I said previously, I enjoyed Beautiful Creatures alot so I will try the first new book by both authors. Now this book seems very apocalyptic, and I just love that genre. So I, more excited to see where this series could go
Now who isn't excited as hell for this book? I know I am and its torture to know it doesn't release until October. And with the movie news starting to come out, it just makes the anticipation more horrible. I need to know desperately how this all plays out. Especially if Four and Tris are still alive and together in the end.
Don't even get me started on this series, it has ruined me. I didn't think i would be this enthralled with Mara and Noah when i picked up the first book. But i couldn't have been more wrong. I read the first book in a natter of hours and the same with the second. Then i sat there in a stupor trying to figure out what to do. Noah is supposedly dead. Dr Kells has been in on this thing the whole time. And Mara... poor Mara. I honestly felt like i was living the story because I too suffer from PTSD and all kinds of depression and anxiety. So i really was moved by it. And i cannot wait for the end. Hurry up October !!!
I'll admit, I didn't want to even think about putting this on my to read list because I read reviews comparing it to Fallen. And I couldn't even get passed page 80 of that book and i worried The Watcher might be like that. But then I read more reviews and little snippets from the book and I fell in love. So my excitement is growing
Don't get me wrong, I have plenty of more books on my list but these are my top few that I'm looking forward to devouring.