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I have blogger friends, IRL friends and a sister who are all constantly telling me to read things.
Today I’m going to talk about some of those. Because, seriously, I am a victim of peer pressure for some of these. “YOU MUST READ THEM, EMILY.” *cowers* Okay, okay. Calm down everyone.
1) The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin
My sister is pestering me to read this one. And I can’t escape her. So I did actually borrow it recently.
2) Shamanka by Jeanne Willis
This is also thanks to my sister. It’s some weirdo book she loved as a kid, and she wants me to read it.
3) Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas
People aren’t wanting ME to read this specifically. I think the whole book blogging world just wants EVERYONE to read it. And I will cave, because I always do. Plus it looks incredible.
4) Frost Bite by Richelle Mead
One of my IRL friends is obsessed with this series. “READ IT, EMILY.” *cries* I will, I will…
5) The Secret Diary of Lizzie Bennet by Bernie Su and Kate Rorick
Because let’s face it, I need this book in my life.
6) Just One Day by Gayle Forman
Aaaaaaaaaana we’re back to my sister. She bought this for me for my birthday (mostly because she wanted to read it). “Hurry up and read it so that I can read it.” I think she’s going to give up and just read it before me.
7) Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier
I don’t remember who was pestering me about this one, but someone was. I’ve owned it for ages but have never read it.
8) Apple and Rain by Sarah Crossan
I mean, this arrived in my mailbox with A PACKET OF TISSUES. That is some serious expectations. And everyone has loved it, so I really really want to read it soon.
9) Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
John Green recommended this. JOHN GREEN. On his Youtube. And I wanted to read it even before then.
10) Falling into Place by Amy Zhang
Everyone is talking about this book, it feels like. Or maybe just the little bubble that I’m living in. “Read Falling Into Place,” they said. FINE, I says. FINE, I WILL.