Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books We Wouldn't Mind Santa Bringing Us

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the Broke and the Bookish.

Sheri's Choices:
Since Santa is bringing them I wouldn't mind the following.
1. The Selection Trilogy by Kiera Cass Only the first two have been published but I would love those plus an "early" purchase of the third one.

2. The Ruby Red Trilogy by Kerstin Gier.  I have been looking for a good time travel book and this is an entire series so it should be perfect.

3. Definitely, Maybe in Love by Ophelia London.  With this title and cover I was intrigued immediately and when I found out it is a modern retelling of Pride and Prejudice it moved to the top of my list.

4. The Arcana Chronicles by Kresley Cole. I have always been fascinated by Tarot cards so I simply love the premise of this series.

5. The White Rabbit Chronicles by Gena Showalter.  Who doesn't want zombie fiction for Christmas?

Pam's Picks:
Here are a few books I've read but I would like a hardback copy because I loved them so much:
1.  The Burning Sky by Sherry Thomas.  Only have a kindle version.
2.  The Legend Trilogy by Marie Lu.  Only have a kindle version of all three and would love a hardback copy.
3.  Shadows and Haze by Paula Weston.  Got Shadows from NetGalley and could only find a paperback copy of Haze from Australia.  I fell in love with this series and would love to have a hardback copy of both.

4.  Rebel Spring by Morgan Rhodes.  I have a hardback copy of Falling Kingdoms but an ARC of Rebel Spring.
5.  Frostbite and Shadow Kiss by Richelle Mead.  Apparently they didn't publish a hardback version of these two books in the Vampire Academy series, but does anyone know what a library edition means?  


  1. Is see no problem at all with zombie books for Christmas, in fact, The White Rabbit Chronicles made me laugh hysterically and I don't see why Santa wouldn't want someone to be jolly for Christmas.

    Santa got me the whole Vampire Academy series last Christmas and I'm starting to feel rather guilty that I haven't read any of them...

    Roxy @ Story Envy

    1. Oh, you should read the Vampire Academy series. I love it when I have the whole series and I can just binge read. ~Pam

  2. I loved the Burning Sky and would also like a hardback copy. I got it from the library when I read it. And I also want the Alice in Zombieland series after hearing everybody rave about it. I do not know what a library edition means... hmmm... that's strange that they didn't come out with those two in hardcover. I hate when they do that. Now it doesn't match! Merry Christmas!

    1. The question about whether those books are available in hardback is actually a FAQ on Richelle Mead's website. She just said it was the publisher. It is strange and I'm really not a fan of paperbacks. Oh well! ~Pam

  3. I hope Santa is good to you ladies! Reading Rebel Spring now and really enjoying it! And I LOVED The Burning Sky! :)

    1. Rebel Spring is soooo good...one of my new favorite series. Glad you're enjoying it! ~Pam

  4. Great picks. A few are new to me but look really great. I still really want to read the Ruby Red books, they look really great. I hope Santa brought you a few of these at least ;)