TTT: 4th Quarter 2014 TBR

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday topic is Top Ten Books On My Fall To-Be-Read list. I’ve decided that seasonal lists don’t work for me, mainly because Winter spans two calendar years, so I’m doing my 4th Quarter TBR. 😉

My primary reading goal for the 4th Quarter is to “read my shelves”. I own these ten books, but I’ve never read them:

4th Quarter 2014 TBR

  1. The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine
  2. The Pigeon Pie Mystery by Julia Stuart
  3. The Kill Order by James Dashner
  4. The Radleys by Matt Haig
  5. The Fairy Godmother by Mercedes Lackey
  6. Romancing Miss Bronte Juliet Gael
  7. The Help Kathryn Stockett
  8. Jake Ransom and the Skull King’s Shadow James Rollins
  9. The Dark Hills Divide Patrick Carman
  10. The Devil Wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger

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18 thoughts on “TTT: 4th Quarter 2014 TBR

  1. Caught Read Handed says:

    Happy to see The Kill Order and The Radleys, of course.
    Also, I just finished The Help audiobook and OH GOSH, that book is GOOD. I honestly didn’t want it to be over. I could’ve just gotten in my car every day and listened to more stories about all of the people in that book.

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  2. mtsedwards says:

    Ha! I hate when I do that – go to my magical bookstore and load up on ARCs because they’re only a buck then have them on my shelves unread. More power to ya on this TBR!

    I listened to The Help as well and, similarly to The Secret Life of Bees, I must say there’s something lyric about a Southern accent that gets me through books I don’t normally read because they’re not my genre.

    Speaking of my genre, Mercedes Lackey used to be one of my faves because of her Valdemar series but the Princesses series does leave me a bit bereft. Oddly, like meringue, it also left me wanting more. So, be prepared for an insubstantial but addicting read.

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    • Selah at A Bibliophile's Style says:

      Yep, between clearance racks and library book sales, I’ve got a bunch of cheap books that I’ve never read (at least they were cheap, right?).

      Haha, I’m immune to the charm of a Southern accent. It’s good to know you like them though. That way, if we ever get a chance to talk, I won’t be worried that you’ll think I sound like a hick. 😛

      That particular book purchase is your fault! 😉 You had just mentioned Mercedes Lackey to me, and then I found that book for $0.25.

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  3. Stephanie says:

    I’ll be interested to see what you think about Romancing Miss Bronte as I’ve vaguely heard about it and am on the fence about reading it. I think The Two Princesses of Bamarre may be on my short term reading list as well. It’s been sitting forlornly on my e-reader for much too long.

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