Every year i set myself the goal of books that i want to get read before the end of the year, does it ever work out that way? Of course it doesn’t! This year i’ve had (once again) a clear idea of what i wanted to get read before the end of the year, some of it i’ve stuck to so far, and some of it i haven’t. This weeks Top 5 Wednesday is the top 5 books that i want to get read before the end of the year. Hopefully once this has gone up and public i might actually stick to it!
A Court Of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
I’ve had this on my TBR pile for a long time now, and once i actually bought the book earlier on this year i had no excuse but to actually read it. Now i’m stuck in a situation where the hype has completely died down after the sequel was released. I WILL GET IT READ THIS YEAR!
Asking For It by Louise O’Neill
This is another book that i’ve had on my radar for a ridiculously long time. I have recently bought it but i have a feeling that i’ll keep putting it off for a while until i forget about it. I don’t know why i do this because it’s a book i really want to get in to!
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
I feel like there is a running theme with books that have been on my shelf for a long time and i haven’t gotten around to reading yet. The Rosie Project has been sat on my shelf since it was first released, untouched. I’ve heard so many great things about it i really want to get it read this year some time!
Illuminae by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman
This is obvious that i’m way behind the hype on this one. Illuminae was a huge book in the last year and i am still yet to read it. With the sequel looming, it has been taunting me from my shelf to get it read. I promise this is one that will DEFINITELY be read within 2016!
The Program by Suzanne Young
Surprise surprise, i’ve been meaning to get this read for a long time. I really want to get around to this because the premise sounds interesting and i’ve not heard a whole lot about it online. It’s one of those books that has unfortunately taken a back seat amongst all the review books and other high priority reads!