Top Ten Books I Hope Santa brings

Top Ten Tuesday

10. Daredevil: Parts of a Whole. Somehow, despite my attempts to stay literary, graphic novels keep finding their way onto my list. This was a great series and the first volume was one of my favorite comics of all time, so it’s high time I checked out the sequel.

9. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. A classic satire I’ve long overlooked.

8. The Dark Tower 3. I’m so easy to buy books for. It doesn’t even have to be new. My sister could literally give me a book she bought for ten cents in a used book store and I’d be ecstatic.

7. Pride & Prejudice & Zombies. I’ve heard a lot of good things about this. The title alone makes me want to check it off my list.

6. Dry: A Memoir (Augusten Burroghs). I like true accounts of drug addiction. I find them powerful.

5. Crash (JG Ballard). An epic movie. I want to see if it’s an epic novel as well. I suspect it is.

4. Along came a Spider (James Patterson). I hear so many bad things about James Patterson. It’s time I see if they’re true, and I hear this is one of his better examples.

3. Last Words (George Carlin). Great guy, legendary comedian. Do I need more explanation?

2. Your Movies Sucks! (Roger Ebert). The Nostalgia Critic endorsed this. That’s really all I need. I’m a slave to trends.

1. The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime (Mark Hadden). I’ve heard more good things about this book than any other. And from the same people that recommended Life of Pi to me. So I’m exceptionally eager to knock this one off my reading list.


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