Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish.
1. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green - Despite being a big fan of his other books, I've somehow never got round to getting this.
2. Poppy by Mary Hooper - Charli from To Another World was a big fan and this World War I story sounds great.
3. Pawn of Prophecy by David Eddings - I could have gone for any of his here, but I think this is his first fantasy? Daphne keeps demanding I read these!
4. The Second Generation by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman - After Leigh Bardugo reminded me of the awesomeness of Dragonlance, I want to reread the Chronicles, and then read some more.
5. Noggin by John Corey Whaley - This book - about a teen whose head is cryogenically frozen and grafted onto a new body five years after his death - sounds fascinating, and was hugely recommended by Jill at TheBookbag.
6. Five Children on The Western Front by Kate Saunders - E Nesbit is one of my all time favourite authors so sequels to her books intrigue me. This sounds like a potentially amazing read.
7. Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan - I wasn't sure if I wanted to read this series or not but Sarah read from it at Super Relaxed Fantasy Club a few hours ago and it sounded AMAZING. (She read from book two, but I can't read out of order, so definitely need to start here!)
8. The Hundred Year Old Man Who Climbed Out Of The Window by Jonas Jonasson - Me and Charlie went to see the film a few months ago and it was brilliant - I keep meaning to get around to the book but forgetting.
9. The Rain by Virginia Bergin - Because anything described as 'Georgia Nicholson does the apocalypse' intrigues me.
10. A Little Something Different by Sandy Hall - College love stories usually get my attention. A college love story told from 14 points of view, including a squirrel? SOLD!