I am terrible about keeping up with new releases (since there are so many books already out that I haven't had time to even come close to reading), so I only had 4 books for 2014. So I decided to list my 2013 books as well since that list together made up 10. And these list just make me feel like I need to read faster!
Gulp by Mary Roach: I first heard of Mary Roach when a friend of mine asked me to come with her to a book signing for the book Bonk. She had read and loved Stiff and wanted to meet the author. I was so impressed by the author, I bought both Stiff and Bonk that night and have read both. I also read a few others, but haven't had the time to get to this one yet. Lucky for me, my secret Santa sent it to me for Christmas!
Pretenders by Lisi Harrison: My niece loved this book and asked me to read it so she could talk to someone about it. I haven't gotten around to it yet. Sorry Dora!
Game by Barry Lyga: I read and enjoyed I Hunt Killers and would like to continue the series, but am waiting on my local library to get a copy.
All The Light There Was by Nancy Kricorian: I own this book and everything, but considering it takes place in Nazi Germany, I know it's going to be a heavy read and I have been reluctant to undertake that.
The World's Strongest Librarian by Josh Hanagarne: This books looks so fascinating, but I just haven't picked it up yet. Sigh, so many books; so little time.
The Goldfinch by David Tartt: This is a Pulitzer Prize winner, so I will be reading it this year or next.
Blood of my Blood by Barry Lyga: Much like the second book in the series, I am waiting on my library to get this book.
Landline by Rainbow Rowell: I hear such wonderful things about this author and have read two of her books. Sadly, I was not a big fan of either one. But I wonder if I just read some books that aren't my type and perhaps this one will be more up my alley. I don't know, hence why I haven't read it yet.
All The Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr: My book club read this book and it looks really good, but I got it from the library right before I got really sick for two months, so I never read it and had to return it before I was ready to read it again.
The Most Dangerous Animal by Gary Stewart: I got this for my birthday and want to read it so bad, but there is a long list ahead of it (for blogging, book club, and Arc copies), so it just sits on my shelf. Sigh.