Top Ten Tuesday: Books We’ve Read That We’d Like In Our Personal Library’s


Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.
It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.
This weeks topic is Top Ten Books We’ve Read That We’d Like In Our Personal Library’s


I have no books for this list, but here are some books I read and then bought for my library.

the false prince the coldest girl in coldtown the smoke thieves the city of brass hunter's moon

1 The False Prince

by Jennifer A. Nielsen

I had the kindle book for 99p. I went on to collect them all in hardback after reading the first one! Really resisting getting the paper backs too. I also have the audio books – well, 1&2 as audible doesn’t have 3 in the UK (YET)

2 The Coldest Girl in Coldtown

By Holly Black

I have all possible types of this book. This too started out as a kindle book – probably again for a sale price.

3 The Smoke Thives

by Sally Green

I received an ARC copy of this in a book box and I loved it. I bought the hardback edition and it turned up signed! Very exciting. I also have an ARC of the second book via Netgalley, but I’m sure I’ll be buying book 2 as well.

4 The City of Brass

by S.A. Chakraborty

This was another ARC in a book box deal. I read it and then I bout the book. Again I have a Netgalley ARC for book two- but that one I’ve already bought as it’s now out!

5 Hunter’s Moon

by C.T. Adams & Cathy Clamp

I got this book out of the library when I was at college and some years later I was remembering the storyline – she hires a hitman to kill her, oh and by the way he’s a werewolf – and I Really wanted to read it again, but all I could remember was the title had moon in it! Luckily the library was very helpful and I found out it was a series! Which I now own.








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2 comments on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books We’ve Read That We’d Like In Our Personal Library’s

  1. lydiaschoch

    The Coldest Girl in Coldtown does look like an interesting read. Yeah, I’ve bought certain books after borrowing them from the library, too. That’s a great way to try out a lot of new authors.

    My TTT.

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