MISC: Top Ten Tuesday- 25th July 2017

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week they post a different topic that one of their bloggers answers, and they invite others to join in either by posting their answers as a comment or by creating their own blog post.

Top Ten Tuesday is taking a break for a couple of weeks. I only started taking part in TTT a few months ago, so I thought in the meantime I’d look through some of the old topics. Luckily there are literally hundreds to choose from, so I have enough to keep me busy until it starts back up in August! This week I’m revisiting Debut Books, so I’m going to share 10 debut books that are on my TBR!

Silver Linings Playbook by Matthew Quick

The Silver Linings Playbook

I’ve seen the film, which I try not to do before I read the book, but I’m not perfect and my TBR is always a 1000ft high. But I really enjoyed the film, and I would like to get to know the characters better through the book.

The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides

The Virgin Suicides

I’ve had this on my TBR for a while. The story focuses on the Lisbon sisters and the teenage boys who are infatuated by them.

More Happy Than Not By Adam Silvera

More Happy Than Not

I don’t read a whole lot of YA these days, which is a shame because books like this remind me why they’re so important. I have Silvera’s History is All You Left Me waiting on my bookshelf, but I’m equally desperate to read his debut novel that tackles a lot of series issues surrounding identity and happiness.

The Impossible Fortress by Jason Rekulak

The Impossible Fortress

I love the 80s, and this seems like a very 80s coming of age story. I read one of Rekulak’s short stories in an anthology edited by Stephen Chbosky, so I’m interested to see how his first novel measures up!

Wonder by R J Palacio

Wonder

I see this book coming up a lot, and it always has positive reviews. It sounds like a heartfelt novel, one you can have an emotional response to before you’ve even started reading.

The Outsides by S E Hinton

The Outsiders

I’m in awe of anyone who can write a book while they’re in the middle of full-time education. It makes me feel like I really have no excuse for not finishing writing a book yet. Hinton finished writing this book at 16 years old, and it became a cult classic.

I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith

I Capture the Castle

I love an interesting family drama. Ther’s something fascinating about the dynamics between family members, and the Mortmains seem far from ordinary.

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)

I just bought this for a steal online. I can’t remember the last time I read a fantasy series, and I like the intriguing subterfuge of Mare working to bring down a regime that has placed her in a powerful position.

Carrie by Stephen King

Carrie

I’ve never read a Stephen King book, but I feel like if I did, I would have to go back to the beginning and pick up Carrie. Even if it might terrify me a little more than the premise of his other novels!

The Versions of Us by Laura Barnett

The Versions of Us

I’m 90% sure I own this book… What does that say about my book buying addiction? The what ifs can haunt you, and I know there’s a few moments where I’ve wondered what would happen if I did things differently. So I’m interested to read a book that explores this!

What debuts are you looking forward to reading? Are there any you’ve really loved or that have disappointed you?

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Author: Nicole @whatadifferenceawordmakes

Book-lover, tea enthusiast and MA student

4 thoughts on “MISC: Top Ten Tuesday- 25th July 2017”

    1. I keep saying I’m going to read it and then I buy other books instead! I’m glad you enjoyed History Is All You Left Me! His books have really interesting premises! I’m going to read History Is All You Left Me next and then hopefully when I’ve made a dent in my TBR I can finally get round to it!

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