Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday #31










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This weeks Top Ten List

Top Ten Books I'd Want On A Deserted Island





Witchblood

Title: Witchblood

Author: Emma Mills

Witchblood was very different than any book about vampires that I had ever read. Each new vampire had to do whatever they were told to do by the one that turned them.










Shatter Me (Shatter Me, #1)

Title: Shatter Me

Author: Tahereh Mafi

I loved Shatter Me it was a great book with a lot of twist and turns that keeps you turning pages and wanting to know more. A page turner that will keep you up half the night.













Darkness Falls (Darkness Falls, #1)

Title: Darkness Falls

Author: Jessica Sorensen

I really enjoyed reading Darkness Falls it was a great read. I love reading anything about vampires, post-apocalyptic and the paranormal.











Fire Baptized (Habitat, #1)

Title: Fire Baptized

Author: Kenya Wright

I really, really loved Fire Baptized. I loved that it had a new twist on all the different supernaturnals like Vampires, Shifters, Fairies, Witches etc... It kept me on the edge of my seat all the way to the end before the murder was revealed.







The Sword and The Prophet (#1)

Title:The Sword and The Prophet

Author: Missy LaRae

The Sword and The Prophet is one of those books that is going to stick with me for years to come. One that I can't seem to get out of my head. You know its like when you get a song in your head and keep hearing it over and over and over. That is how this book has been for me. Instead of a song stuck in my head there's a book stuck in my head.







Intangible

Title:Intangible

Author: J. Meyers

Intangible was a fast, enjoyable read a real page turner. I loved all the characters. I also loved that the mix of fairies and vampires as well as gifted humans.












The Witching Pen (The Witching Pen Novellas, #1)

Title:The Witching Pen

Author: Dianna Hardy

The Witching Pen wasn't exactly as good as I thought it would be. It was a hell of a lot more than I ever imaged it to be. Dianna threw in just enough to keep you hanging on and wanting more.










Of Poseidon (Of Poseidon, #1)

Title:Of Poseidon

Author: Anna Banks

When I read the ending I was like "no, no, no you can't do this". I was very shocked at how it ended but I did love it. I mean its like your sitting on the edge of your seat and you can't put it down because you just got to know what is coming next. What is Anna Banks going to slam us in the face with next? And then when you least expect it bam "the end". I thought about that ending for days and days. Who am I kidding I am stilling thinking about it. I guess I will for along time to come.







Dead World

Title:Dead World

Author: Shaun Jeffrey

I loved the whole concept, idea that is being portrayed in Dead World. It is not just about zombies or Gods in general. I love the aspect of telling a story with in a story. Shaun Jeffrey has an amazing, awesome way of telling a story. He is a brilliant story teller. To understand what he is trying to say you would have to have an open mind. The whole time I was reading Dead World I kept thinking that Shaun Jeffrey has a way of telling stories that makes me think of Stephen King.







Wanted Nightmares

Title:Wanted Nightmares

Author: Pura Preis

Amaya is a very strong willed girl she knows who or what she wants out of life. She is strong enough to stand up for what she wants and fight for it if that is what it takes. She learns that she is far stronger than she ever realized. She will face obstacles and come out on the other side flairing better than most ever could.









What is on your Top Ten?