top ten books daisy added to her tbr list recently
Jeni is on vacation so, it's just me this week.
1. Tallow by Karen Brooks. I love books that involve magic and a female lead. This has been on goodreads list for a while now. I say it's about time I read it.
2. In the After by Demitria Lunetta . I never knew I could like dystopia novels until Hunger Games, a now I am willing to give them a try. So, i am willing to give this one a try. I hope it doesn't disappointment, because I didn't enjoy the last one I read.
3. Nameless by Lili St. Crow. This one sounds interesting. A mute orphan girl, picked up by a powerful man, who brings her into his family. Will she discover who she is?
Born Weird by Andrew Kaufman. This book I actually heard of in NPR, the new radio station of all places. So, I thought I would give it a go.
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes. This is not out yet, I am still waiting to read this one, but I am counting down. A girl from a cult, who gets taken away and is given a deal, tell what she knows and she can have freedom. Will she take it?
The Taking by Kimberly Derting. Kyra wakes up behind a dumpster with no memory of where she has been, and discovers she has been missing for five years. Sounds interesting, and it might be a good read. We shall see.
Between the Spark and the Burn by April Tucholke
Wake by Lisa McMann. Janie gets sucked into people's dreams. It's a power she doesn't want and can't control. She gets caught in a nightmare where she is not longer just an observer, but a participant.
Lockdown by Alexander Gordon Smith. I'm a sucker for anything that sounds remotely like The Maze runner or the Hunger games. So this one is game.
10. The Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters. Olivia is a strong willed girl living in the 1900's. Her father, wishing to cure of this, convinces a stage mesmerist to hypnotise her, instead he gives her a gift. She can see people's true nature, while taking away her ability to speak her true mind.