Top 5 Books I Want for Christmas

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Books You Want for Christmas

But first, a little bit about this feature and the rules to join in…


1 - Write a post listing your TOP 5 choices within the theme Larissa chose (or was chosen on a poll) for the week.
2 - Mention this Blog on the post and link back to it.
3 - Fell free to use the Feature's image (there is a smaller size version of it below Larissa's post)
4 - After you've finished your post, add your link (of the post, not your blog's main page) to the Mr.Linky at the end of that week's post on Larissa's blog.

Stalker Girl by Rosemary Graham
This book is going to be amazing, I just know it! I can't wait to get into the main character's mind and try to with her thoughts that what she's doing isn't wrong. It seems like I've been trying to get this book all season! Borders doesn't carry it in-store which makes it difficult to get.

Wolves, Boys & Other Things That Might Kill Me by Kristen Chandler
A girl meeting a boy who opens her eyes to her surroundings! Yes please! I keep picking up this book, then setting it back down on the shelf because it's hardcover and the paperback must be coming out soon. I'm getting super inpatient though and want to read it A.S.A.P.

Entice (Need #3) by Carrie Jones
The Need series was one of the first books I read in the young adult genre and have stayed loyal the entire time. I need to find out what has happened to Nick! What about Zara's current state? Ahh I want!

The Dark Divine by Bree Despain
One word: Werewolves! Also, I haven't read a bad review about it yet so I definitely want to see what all the buzz is about.

Sharing Sam by Katherine Applegate
This book came out came out back in 1995, but I still want to read it! The main character has to share her love with her dying friend to make her last days the absolute best. How intense!

Crazy Katie


  1. Sharing Sam sounds really interesting, I hadn't heard of it before. GoodReads even says it was first published in 1995 :O

  2. Sharing Sam looks good ^.^ I didn't realize K.A. Applegate wrote sappy stories too.

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  3. i completely forgot about Stalker Girl! absolutely adding it to my TBR.

    hope you get some of these books!

  4. Hi Miss Bookiverse! Woah that's a long time ago! I recently saw a review for it on a blog I follow and really want to read it!
    Hi Sniffly Kitty! Doesn't it! I haven't read anything by Applegate yet, I really like this storyline concept though!
    Hey Nomes! I forgot about it too for a while! Then I saw a review and have been obsessing about getting it ever since! haha :)

  5. ooooh cool choices!!! =))) Great to see you joining in this week =D

  6. I want to read Entice, too. Thanks for this list!

  7. I enjoyed wolves boys and other things. It was both entertaining and I learned a lot about wolves.

    Oh you HAVE to read The Dark Divine! The Lost Saint (the second book) comes out on December 28th! And TDD is out on paperback now.

    Merry Christmas, I hope Santa brings you everything you want.

  8. Thank you so much Kjovus! I didn't know The Dark Divine was out in paperback already, I'll definitely pick that up next time I'm out :)
    I'm happy to hear you enjoyed Wolves, Boys and Other Things! I hope I get that one haha

  9. I want to read Sharing Sam too but unfortunately I can't get any copy of it here in the philippines. I tried to find one at local booktores but it's not available :(

  10. I really like the cover for stalker girl and the whole concept! :) great choices!

  11. I'm looking forward to The Dark Divine too. I've seen it all over but I only this week realized it was a werewolf book. I must have blinders on!

    I didn't know K. A. Applegate wrote books like that! I haven't heard of that one either, but it looks good (and sad!)

    I hope you get some of the books on your list :)

  12. Hey BlackPlume! That's a bummer! Maybe book depository could ship it to you?

    Hi Kare! OMG me too!

    Hey Small Review! I didn't know it was about werewolves either until a read a review a couple weeks ago! We really do need to take off the blinders! lol
    Thank you! :)

  13. @Katie & Small Reviews: The Dark Divine wasn't exactly advertised as a werewolf book. I think part of the story is that at first you don't know what's going on/which paranormal creature you're dealing with. All the reviews I read before reading the book kept secret about that and I liked it that way (in the book itself I found it painfully obvious what creatures we're talking about though, the main character takes quite a while to figure it out).

  14. Hi Miss Bookiverse! Oh okay, that makes sense! I think goodreads gave it away to me with a werewolf list. :)