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I've been hoarding books on my amazon wishlist like it's nobody's business lately. Since my TBR is down to ten books now (god bless!) I might actually get a few of these.
10. Frostbite by Richelle Mead
Come on, self. Just go through with it. I still haven't started the series even though I've been talking about starting it for ages, I know. I really ought to just get the sequel and get it going. But there is so much else to read!
9. Evermore by Alison Noel
I actually had my eye set on this about 5 years ago already. Back when I was ballsdeep into vampires and immortal creatures I contemplated getting this a few times. Weird that I never went through with it. I really want to try the series now though.
8. Marked by P.C. Cast
Another paranormal romance everyone has probably already read but me. I've been dying to read this but I think I'm going to go with Vampire Academy first. They're said to be very similar I believe.
7. Charleston Girl by Sophie Kinsella
I'm out of Kinsella. This one is about a woman being visited by the ghost of her grandma that still thinks it's the Golden Twenties. I love that decade and I love Kinsella, so I have to. Just fricking buy it!
6. Fury by Elizabeth Miles
I'm a sucker for greek mythology, especially the furies. The fact that this novel exists just makes me beyond happy. Need!
5. Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins
The only reason I want this is because JLA references the protagonists in the Lux Series. Any yeah, I devour everything lux. Whoops.
4. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins
I haven't read a good novel about witches in ages. Since Beautiful Creatures disappointed me a bit I'm eager for something new. Bring it on!
3. Wither by Lauren DeStefano
I wanted to start this series for ages. I have no clue what it's about but it's been raining recommendations. Don't disappoint me, people!
2. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
Yeah, I said she isn't getting another chance, I know. A dear friend wholeheartedly recommended this to me. Also the fact that she also hated Ugly Love encourages me even more.
1. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
Video games, man. Enough sad. Needing this.