Here we are again with another T5W. I really love this meme ❤
This is this week’s prompt:
These are those books you meant to read in 2016 or 2015 or 2014 and never got around to. Those books that have been sitting on your TBR for a while, and you really want to get to. These aren’t upcoming 2017 releases; these are older books that need your love too!
Admittedly there are so many books that fit on this list, but anyways, here’s just five of them:
5-Blue is the warmest color by Julie Maroh
This fits my curiosity both about graphic novels (I really don’t read that many but I should) and about books with FF relationships (again, I have read a few but I seem to always gravitate more towards MM or FM -I feel like books with those kinds of relationships get more recognition in this community and I really want to explore other types of relationships.)
4-Everything by Cassandra Clare
I know I’m cheating here because this is not exactly ONE book…but I don’t feel like being left out of the conversation and when my friend Caitlin told me to go google “Malec kiss” I knew I had to jump on this CC wagon.
Hottest kiss ever.
3-The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
This is one of those books that I knew I have to read from the moment I heard about it.
I learned ancient Greek (both the language and the literature) in school so I’m very familiar with the Iliad and as soon as I realized what this book was about I was like, I’m in. The only reason I haven’t started this yet is because I know it will be a very emotional read and I don’t feel like I’m in the right state of mind to handle that well right now.
2-Everything by V.E. Schwab
Well, same thing as with Cassandra Clare. All of my online friends are doing a buddy read of AGOS and I’m just here like
1-Illuminae and Gemina by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
I originally planned to wait until the last book in the series comes out (it’s supposed to be a trilogy, right?), but who was I kidding? I once again have to blame my friends about this. (But really, I love them). I usually read e-books, but I happened to see an Italian edition of Illuminae in my bookstore and I realized it was probably best to buy a physical copy for it and its sequel. I also didn’t want to read it in Italian, so I went on Book Depository and placed my order for both in hardcover format *heart eyes*.