Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Top Ten Books I'm Excited To Read in 2012












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15 comments:

  1. 1Q84! I'd like to get some more Murakami under my best this year and perhaps work my way up to that one ;)

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  2. I've only read 1Q84 from your list, but it was one of my 2011 favorites.

    One of the other titles intrigues me too: The Buddha in the Attic?? Hmmm....

    -Jay

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  3. I want to read Why We Broke Up soon! It looks so unique. I loved WG WG!

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  4. I love your list, so many interesting books! I have been meaning to read Redeeming Love forever, I have heard lots of good things about it.

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  5. Redeeming Love is amazing. I think you'll love it!

    What a great list. I didn't get to 1Q84 during 2011 either, so I'll be eager to hear how you liked it.

    Thanks for the visit earlier.

    Laura @ The Traveling Owl

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  6. I can't tell you how happy I am to see your list does not include the sequels to the sequels of the most popular YA fiction of the last few years! I have not heard of some of your reads, but judging by the covers, I may have to check them out.
    Redeeming Love! That book is spectacular! Enjoy it...I look forward to hearing your thoughts on it.

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  7. Will Grayson, Will Grayson is such a good little book. It's John Green week this week...you should celebrate by reading it!

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  8. I'm familiar with only two titles mentioned, and haven't read either! But the list sounds diverse and interesting. Good luck with getting to read all these this year! :)

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  9. I'm also excited to try out Redeeming Love. I'm also hoping to test the waters on something by Murakami and 360 degrees Longitude sounds very intriguing!

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  10. 1Q84 made my list too. I have a $15 credit to a local indie bookstore. I think I'm going to use the credit toward buying it. Happy reading!

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  11. Yes, Attachments is incredible! I loved it :) Hope you really enjoy it. IQ84 I'm definitely going to get to, if my library ever get it off on order and actually onto the shelves

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  12. I've read 2 of those. I was disappointed with Will Grayson, Will Grayson -- just a little too over-the-top for me -- but I loved Redeeming Love. Have fun reading!

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  13. I read Francine Rivers for the first time last year -- And the Shofar Blew. I thought it was very good. I'm looking forward to your thoughts on these, and her book in particular.

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  14. I've only heard of two of your books! 1Q84 of course, and the Daniel Handler one (I've heard of it, but don't know too much about it)

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  15. I've been intrigued with Marie Curie since I researched her life when I was in second grade. I wish I could find a copy of Radioactive at the library.

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