This is going to be the last Top 5 Tuesday of the year! Holy moly! This year flew by so fast and I still can’t believe it. This Top 5 Tuesday tag is hosted by Shanah @ Bionic Book Worm and she’s amazing. Go check out her blog and if you have any ideas for Top 5 Tuesday posts for next year, be sure to let her know, since she is asking. This weeks topic is Top 5 Books I Want for Christmas. This is probably the hardest topic yet, for me. I keep my wishlist of books on Google Sheets and I have over 200 books on that wishlist. So now I have to go through and pick 5? That seems impossible but I tried my very best and here they are. (I’ve included the Goodreads link on each book, in case you’re interested to read the synopsis of them)
1. Flame In the Mist by Renée Ahdieh
Ever since I read The Wrath & the Dawn duology, I have wanted to pick this one. Despite it not having great reviews, I still want to read it and make that decision for myself.
2. A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin
The fandom for this series is HUGE! So yes, I want to jump on the hype bandwagon and watch the TV show, but I need to read the books first.
3. The Librarian of Auschwitz by Antonio Iturbe
Ultimately, this book drew me in because of the cover but after reading the synopsis, I thought it sounded very interesting. So while it may be a new add to my wishlist, it moved up quite high in accordance of how bad I want it.
4. The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden
I have wanting this book since it came out and since the sequel is going to be released soon, I need to read it ASAP.
5. Middle-Earth from Script to Screen: Building the World of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit by Daniel Falconer
I LOVE Lord of the Rings! I haven’t read the books but they are definitely on my TBR for next year. But I just love the movies so much. They take you on this wonderful fantasy adventure that I want to be a part of. So I NEED this book to add to my collection!
What books do you have on your Christmas wishlist? Have you read any on my wishlist? What did you think? Thank you again to everyone for reading. Cya!