For the 5/19/15 Top Ten Tuesday hosted by The Broke and the Bookish Read more on Riffle
Frost by Marianna Baer
I've had this book in a stack by my bed for ages. It keeps getting covered up and pushed aside and I honestly don't know why. It sounds fabulous!
1 / 10
Above All Things by Tanis Rideout
I forgot I had this. Completely forgot. I decided to look for some Everest/Mallory based reads and when this one popped up as a recommendation remembered it was already in hand!
2 / 10
Fateful by Claudia Gray
Ok werewolves on the Titanic. How bad did I have to have this book?! And I haven't read it yet. Shame, shame on me!
3 / 10
Night Work Night Work by Steve Hamilton
I really enjoyed Steve Hamilton's LOCK ARTIST. I've been meaning to read more from him but haven't had time for his Alex McNight series just yet. This one, though, is a stand alone! And he's starting a new series soon as well.
4 / 10
Shards and Ashes by Melissa Marr
This anthology was another Christmas gift. I didn't actually forget that I had it, but I was kind of saving it. I don't know what for - I tend to do that, though. Weird book junkie habit.
5 / 10
The Mall (Downside) by S. L. Grey
This was on my Christmas wish list a couple of years ago. It did end up under the tree but I haven't squeezed it in yet. (This is co authored by Sarah Lotz, author of THE THREE.)
6 / 10
Wolfsbane: A Nightshade Novel Book 2 by Andrea Cremer
I read and loved the first in this series. My sister bought the second one and I waited to borrow it but haven't read it yet.
7 / 10
Rooms: A Novel by Lauren Oliver
I misplaced this one! I took the dust jacket off and planned to start and the only thing I've been able to find for a while now is the jacket! But the book is in hand again; reading to commence very soon.
8 / 10
The Wine of Angels (Merrily Watkins Mysteries Book 1) by Phil Rickman
Sorry for the lack of cover art on this one. It's THE WINE OF ANGELS by Phil Rickman, the first in the Merrily Watkins series. It's a doorstopper, horror-ish read and I will definitely be carving out time for it soon.
9 / 10
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North
I've heard really great things about Claire North. I actually have both of her books in the TBR but this one's been there for some time now.
10 / 10