I wasn’t as obsessed as some people were about this latest book from Jessi Kirby, but considering how obsessed many people were, not being obsessed simply means that I really enjoyed it rather than really, really enjoyed it. As such, I certainly might buy and reread it in the future, but I would much prefer receiving it as a gift so that I don’t have to decide for sure!
This book had a pretty big impact on me, but I still don’t know if I would necessarily reread it – which is why I need someone to give it to me so that I don’t have to make the decision! Definitely my favorite book of Sarah Ockler’s and the thing that has given me hope for her future books.
This book is on my “to buy” shelf on Goodreads, but I have a feeling it’ll probably end up sitting on that shelf for a while unless I suddenly get $100 to spend on books or something. If somewhere were to buy it for me, I would definitely reread it, but it just isn’t at the top of my list at the moment.
This book was pretty enjoyable when I read it early last year, but the more raving I hear about it, the more I want to reread it, but I don’t know if I really want to buy it. Getting it in my stocking (that would be a pretty big stocking) would definitely help!
The closer we get to the sequel coming out, the more I want to reread this book. I have it bookmarked from my library’s ebook collection, but I would much rather have the real thing to reread before getting my hands on the sequel.
This book is long but reads so quickly that I think rereading it wouldn’t take too much time out of reading new books. If I had this book, I would definitely be more inclined to reread it.
This is another book that I probably will end up buying for myself, but I would get it a lot faster if it were to end up under the Christmas tree come tomorrow (!).
8. Lady Thief (A.C. Gaughen)
This book isn’t out yet – which is of course why I want it now!
9. Isla and the Happily Ever After (Stephanie Perkins)
The longer I wait for this book, the more excited I get and the higher my expectations get, so I need to get a hold of this soon so that my expectations don’t ruin it for me!
10. What I Thought Was True (Huntley Fitzpatrick)
Need I explain? Just read the review of My Life Next Door and you’ll probably understand.