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Top Ten Tuesday / December 3, 2013

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish to show off our book-related lists.

There are so many amazing books to be published next year, this list was extremely difficult to narrow down. I’ve tried to include mostly UKYA (that I haven’t had a chance to read yet) with a couple of sequels that I couldn’t NOT add to the list!


Ok, that was really tough. Do any of these books make your Top Ten 2014 releases? What are some of the books that I’m missing out on? Do shout in the comments below!

10 Responses to Top Ten Tuesday: 2014 Releases I’m Dying To Read

  1. bookrockbetty says:

    I am so excited for Ruin and Rising. I am dyiiing to see how it will play out! I still need to read Daughter of Smoke and Bone! At least I own it… step in the right direction, right?!
    My recent post TTT- 2014 Releases I’m REALLY Excited About!!

  2. Hollie MBaT says:

    I'm really looking forward to a lot of these too, especially Isla, Landline and Banished. I still need to pick up Pantomime, I don't know why I haven't gotten round to it sooner!
    My recent post Top Ten 2014 Releases I Am DYING To Read!

  3. SnugglingontheSofa says:

    Your graphics are just gorgeous. Love them every week! I think Landline is at the very top of my list. And I can't wait for Lola to find out what all the fuss is about!
    My recent post Top Ten Books That Are Gonna Make 2014 Awesome

  4. chanzies says:

    The only author I recognise is Leigh Bardugo! I really want to read her Shadow and Bone series 🙂

    Happy reading 🙂
    My recent post COYER wrap-up post!

  5. bebeboss666 says:

    I've seen Landline around , it looks awesome! Thanks for sharing and stopping by my blog earlier!

  6. You've picked some amazing books! I'm really excited about Banished, Dark Days, Landline, Darkness Hidden, Shadowplay, and Lola 🙂 I really think 2014 is going to be an amazing year!
    My recent post Mini-review Monday (Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly, Silent Saturday by Helen Grant, All the Truth That's In Me by Julie Berry)

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