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Top Ten Books at the Top of My Summer 2014 TBR List!

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 Yay! The time has once again come for me to showcase the books at the top of my reading list. This is by far my favorite TTT topic because it reminds me how many truly amazing books I have yet to experience… a prospect that is incredibly exciting (and daunting, lol)! Without further ado:

Top Ten Books at the Top of My Summer 2014 TBR List!

Oh, man – so many good titles! I almost don’t know which one to start with. I have to thank Nikki over at There Were Books Involved for lending me her ARC of Killer Instinct (best blogging friend ever!) because it was by far the sequel I was most looking forward to this fall… I will probably start with that one because I can’t believe my good fortune. Yes, I know, why haven’t I already read Heir of Fire if I have access to it? I’m still letting Crown of Midnight sink in and I know I’m not going to be able to do anything else once I start it. But then don’t even get me started on how Partials is my all time favorite dystopian and I’ve not yet picked up the conclusion… Or the fact that there is a new unread Mercy Thompson book on my shelf. Gack! Too many books to read and not enough time!

 What books are at the top of your reading list?

by Niki Hawkes

8 comments on “Top Ten Books at the Top of My Summer 2014 TBR List!

  1. Wow! So many awesome books on your TBR! I love The Lies of Locke Lamora! I really need to read Night Broken! I’ve had it since it came out. And I need to get my hands on a copy of Heir of Fire! I can’t wait for that book!

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  2. I have been seeing a lot of this “Lies of Locke Lamora” book around the book-blog-o-sphere. I might have to check it out, and yay for Ruins! I still need to read Fragments, but it’s on my to-read list! :P

    Great list! :)

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    • Me too, and that makes me more certain any do read it – especially since the people raving about it have read and loved some of my other fantasy favorites… That definitely bodes well. Unlike me, you won’t have to wait a whole year for the conclusion of the partial series… I think you planned it well. :-)

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