TOP TEN TUESDAY | BOOKS I REALLY WANT TO READ BUT DON’T OWN YET

This week’s Top Ten Tuesday on The Broke and the Bookish is: Top Ten Books I Really Want to Read But Don’t Own Yet. Hahahaha, oh dear. This could get out of hand. But I’ll try, very very hard, not to exceed my allotted ten!

Not My Father’s Son – Alan Cumming
Yes, Please – Amy Poehler
Not That Kind of Girl – Lena Dunham

Mr. Kiss and Tell (Veronica Mars #2) – Rob Thomas and Jennifer Graham
Killer Instinct (The Naturals #2) – Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Dept. of Speculation – Jenny Offill

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And oh, so many more! What about you guys? What are you simply dying to get your eager little hands on? //<![CDATA[ var sc_project=10144299; var sc_invisible=1; var sc_security="82f610c9"; var scJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? "https://secure." : "http://www."); document.write("”); //]]>

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36 thoughts on “TOP TEN TUESDAY | BOOKS I REALLY WANT TO READ BUT DON’T OWN YET

  1. M.

    I haven't read any Murakami yet, but his other books look intriguing too! I actually thought of you when I read about his new book – I think it has the promise of weirdness and might be right up your alley.

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  2. M.

    I haven't read any Murakami yet, but his other books look intriguing too! I actually thought of you when I read about his new book – I think it has the promise of weirdness and might be right up your alley.

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  3. M.

    Yeah, it was a really interesting book with some great characters. The end was a bit too tidy for me, but that's part of why I'm excited to read the sequel – maybe he'll messy it up a bit! I want to read The Bone Clocks, but I have to admit to being a little bit intimidated too!

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  4. M.

    Yeah, it was a really interesting book with some great characters. The end was a bit too tidy for me, but that's part of why I'm excited to read the sequel – maybe he'll messy it up a bit! I want to read The Bone Clocks, but I have to admit to being a little bit intimidated too!

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  5. M.

    Yes, I did. It wasn't perfect, but I thought the premise and characters had a lot of potential that wasn't realized in just the one book, so as soon as I heard it's going to be a series, I was pretty excited to keep reading! It's kind of like a cross between The Mentalist and Criminal Minds – but a teen version. So if you're into that kind of thing, definitely worth checking out!

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  6. M.

    Yes, I did. It wasn't perfect, but I thought the premise and characters had a lot of potential that wasn't realized in just the one book, so as soon as I heard it's going to be a series, I was pretty excited to keep reading! It's kind of like a cross between The Mentalist and Criminal Minds – but a teen version. So if you're into that kind of thing, definitely worth checking out!

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  7. M.

    Yeah, I loved the Rosie Project, though I wasn't quite as fond of the ending. I didn't know it was going to be a series, so I'm looking forward to seeing where the story goes!

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  8. M.

    Yeah, I loved the Rosie Project, though I wasn't quite as fond of the ending. I didn't know it was going to be a series, so I'm looking forward to seeing where the story goes!

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  9. Julianne (Outlandish Lit)

    What a coincidence, I just put Amy Poehler's, Lena Dunham's, and David Mitchell's books on hold at the library! Great minds think alike. I love Haruki Murakami, but I actually don't even know what his new book is about. Definitely looking into the other things on your list/becoming you now, bye.

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  10. Julianne (Outlandish Lit)

    What a coincidence, I just put Amy Poehler's, Lena Dunham's, and David Mitchell's books on hold at the library! Great minds think alike. I love Haruki Murakami, but I actually don't even know what his new book is about. Definitely looking into the other things on your list/becoming you now, bye.

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