Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Top Ten Tuesdays: Books I'd Quickly Save If My House Was Going To Be Abducted By Aliens

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Bahaha. I love the title of this weeks top ten. But this is going to be an incredibly hard list. I can only save tn books? Every book lovers nightmare! But we will give it a try....

1.  Circus of the Damned by Laurell K. Hamilton
Even though we are now on book twenty in the Anita Blake series, Circus of the Damned remains my favorite. I loved the huge showdown, Anita meeting Richard, being marked for the first time. All of it. If I could only save one book in the series, it would have to be this one.

2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling
Now this one isn't necessarily my favorite, but it is the one I've read the least amount of times. I want to save it to make sure I could read it again and again. Make sure I absorbed everything in it, if that makes any sense at all...

3. Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison
This is an amazing series. I'd really want to save all of them, but I could live with just having the first one. I love the new ones, but I would chose the beginning of the series every time. Kick ass Rachel hunting down some badies as opposed to her being accused of being the badie.

4. Where There's a Witch by Madelyn Alt 
I love all the books in this series, but it this one Maggie FINALLY comes to her senses and starts seeing Marcus! I girl-squealed when they got together. That moment deserves to be saved.

5. Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel
This was the first ARC I ever received and I've grown quite fond of it. I tried to do a giveaway for it, but the first person who won never contacted me. So I picked another person. And never heard from them. My blog was still really new and I got frustrated and gave up. Now I'm kinda glad I did. I like being able to see the first ARC I ever got for review.  Plus, it was an AWESOME story and I can't wait for the second one!

6. May Day by Jess Lourey
This is the only signed book I have, and I'd be sorry if I lost it. I got to talk to the author for like twenty minutes and told her all about my dream of one day being a published author. She was awesome and very encouraging. She wrote me a very sweet message on the inside cover and it would make me sad if the aliens got their hands on it. 

7. Stardust by Neil Gaiman 
This is the first Gaiman book I read. And I fell completely in love with him.
This book is full of adventure, magic, and love. I wouldn't want to lose a book I loved as much as this one.

8. Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
While this wasn't my favorite in the series, the ending needs to be kept with me. Katniss was healthy and happy. And married to Peeta. I cried so many happy tears at the end of the series. Love, love.

9. Last Sacrifice by Richelle Mead
Much like Mockingjay, I would just want the ending. I'd read it over and over just to be sure Rose and Dimtri were really together, and really happy. They went through hell together and for each other and they deserved their happy ending.

10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky
I couldn't lose this story. It got me through some really hard times in high school and it would break my heart to lose this copy.

Alright that's my top ten. Any books in common? Make sure to leave a link to your top ten in the comments!!


Kristina said...

I have been wanting to read both Kim Harrison's series and Stardust for the longest time!


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