Top 5 Tuesday | The Gift of Books!

Top Five

The best Christmas ever!
Top 5 Tuesday!

I realized we did this topic last year, and my reality is I didn’t get any of those books.  Which means, they would still be on my list this year.  I’d be redoing the same post.

Instead, let’s talk about books I wish were coming out on Christmas day, providing me the best holiday ever!

Top 5 Tuesday was started by Shanah at Bionic Book Worm!

Wayward Son by Rainbow Rowell

It’s been a long time since the last Rainbow Rowell release.  No matter what she published, it would be on this list.  I love her work.  The fact that it’s the sequel to Carry On makes me extra excited! 
I can’t get this book fast enough!!

The Place on Dalhousie by Melina Marchetta

What I said about Rainbow goes double for Melina Marchetta.
I devour every single book she writes, and this one is extra special because it’s about my favorite of all her characters.  If I got this book for Christmas, I think I’d faint.

Dark Age by Pierce Brown

We were sooo close to this release, but sadly Pierce Brown had to push it back.
I don’t begrudge him.  I can imagine how much goes into writing an amazing book, and he’s never let me down before.  Still, a girl can daydream it was all a prank and Darrow will wind up under my Christmas tree.

Iron Covenant #2 by Ilona Andrews

Technically this one doesn’t even have a title.  Or a synopsis.  Or a permanent cover.
It doesn’t matter.  I was crazy about Iron Dogs, and this second installment will focus on Elara.  I can’t wait to hold it in my hands and dive right into the story.  Especially for Christmas!

Darkdawn by Jay Kristoff

I feel like we’ve been waiting years for Darkdawn!  Of all the books on my list, this is the one I want the most!  Darkdawn is going to be so fricking epic.  I’m going to devour it like I’ve been starving for a year.  Whatever day this book comes out will become Christmas, that’s how brilliant I’m expecting it to be!

About Birdie

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