Top Ten 2014 Releases I Meant to Read But Didn’t Get to

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Top Ten 2014 Releases Haven't Read

  1. Solitaire by Alice Oseman
  2. Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen
  3. Afterworlds by Scott Westerfeld
  4. Cuckoo Song by Frances Hardinge
  5. Falling Into Place by Amy Zhang
  6. Noggin by John Corey Whaley
  7. Trouble by Non Pratt
  8. Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore
  9. The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
  10. Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
What 2014 releases did you really want to read but never got round to? (Feel free to link me to your TTT posts!)

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  1. I really, really wanted to read Kiss of Deception too! But my friends all ranted and cried about how bad it was and that turned me off the book. I hope to get around to reading it this year since it has a sequel coming up soon! Great list :)

    1. Yes! I didn't even realise that it was LGBTQ until like, last month, but after I realised that I really wanted to read it! I have a copy, I just need to get round to it at some point because it's quite a long one, over 600 pages I think?

  2. Okay well I’m in the same place as you because I still haven’t read Falling Into Place, The Kiss of Deception, or Snow Like Ashes yet either! The worst is Snow Like Ashes, because I bought it on the release day AND went to see the author, but never even opened it xD Oops!

    1. I have a copy of Stolen Songbird! I JUST NEED TO READ IT. It does look like a really good fantasy book. And the next book is coming out this year! Maybe I can try to read Stolen Songbird before the second book comes out, haha.

  3. I WANT TO READ SOLITAIRE BUT IT HASN'T BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE US YET. Though you already know this hahaha. Also, I think you would really like Falling Into Place. I read it this year and thought it was really good.

  4. From you list I have only read Dark Metropolis... and would totally recommend it. It was so much better than I thought it would be (me the optimistic, haha, but really, I enjoyed it, but the ratings/reviews I have seen were not so positive...)
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      Yeah, I know most of the reviews didn't seem so positive. ): So I was a bit put off, but the premise does sound pretty interesting to me and I know you liked it! :D So I will probably endeavour to check it out at some point.

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