Saturday, 25 January 2014

Top 5 Books I Want In 2014

Cured (Stung #2) by Bethany Wiggins

Okay...I don't necessarily want it anymore...because I already have it pre-ordered! I absolutely loved the first book in the series which I reviewed over on My Keeper Shelf here so when I saw the second book was due out fairly soon, I had to pre order it - it will be a nice surprise in March when it turns up!





A Girl Called Jack - 100 Budget Recipes by Jack Monroe

Steve will probably hate me for wanting this - he isn't the biggest fan of Jack's adverts on Sainsburys but this woman is amazing - the fact that she made her money stretch so far and then found herself and her blog becoming so well known is incredible. I love the fact that she tirelessly campaigns for what she believes in and I am sure her recipe book is going to be packed full of delicious recipes.



The One Plus One by Jojo Moyes

I fell out of love with Jojo Moyes for a while, I am ashamed to say. I haven't picked up a book by her in absolutely ages but I have heard that this one is meant to be amazing so I will definitely be giving it a go.

Jojo always manages to pull at my heartstrings and really makes you think with her novels - I am sure this one won't be any different.



                                                                 Hollow City by Ransom Riggs

I am actually yet to read the first in the series by Ransom Riggs, Miss Peregrine's School For Peculiar Children, but I have heard such great things about the series that I plan to pick both up very soon.

Various Booktubers and book bloggers have been raving about this so its time I fell victim to the hype!



The Assassin's Blade (The Throne Of Glass Novellas) by Sarah J Maas

Finally we have the complete collection of the Throne Of Glass novellas. I read and reviewed the first in the series, Throne Of Glass, on MKS here and have recently ordered the sequel, Throne Of Midnight.

When I saw these were due for release this year, I knew that I had to have them - isn't the cover just divine too?

I know you can get all the novellas separately but I think this would be a perfect addition to my bookshelves and will also look pretty too!

What are you most looking forward to reading in 2014?

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