10. Percy Jackson and The Lightning Theif: I saw the film recently and loved it so, I'm hoping to read the books really soon. I've heard the books are better than the film, and it was fantastic so I have high-hopes. I also can't help admitting that I feel like I'm missing out!
9. I'd Tell You I Love Your But Then I'd Have To Kill You by Ally Carter: I can't tell you how long I have been looking at this book on the shelves and have wanted to buy it. It looks like such a fun read with spies but also deadly and excited. Ally Carter is one of my favourite people on Twitter, she is so entertaining. I'm in complete need to read one of her books.
8. Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman: I'm on a recommendation by a friend and the fact there is so much hype around this book. I've wanted to read it since I picked up Pig Heart Boy and Malorie Blackman seems to deal with such argumentative subjects and discussion points she can give you so much emotion.
7. Shiver by Maggie Steifvater: I have so many author's I haven't read anything by yet, but this is a series I have been wanting for a while. I think it's the fantasy aspect of it that is really drawing me in and the only book I've read with any werewolves is Twilight so I'm really intrigue by this plot.
6. Matched by Allie Condie: I had this, a long with the other books in the series Crossed and Reached for Christmas and I still seemed to haven't got around to them yet. They are one of things I am most excited to read because, not only are the covers beautiful, but I've heard such great things.
5. Blood Red Road by Moira Young: I pass this constantly and it seems like a gripping book. It seems like a dystopian novel but with more and that's exactly the type of thing I love. I'm so excited to get my hands on this.
4. The Catcher in the Rye: I'm reading To Kill a Mockingbird at the moment and have Alice in Wonderland waiting for me when I'm done. At the moment, I'm trying to read all the classics since I've only ever read the children's version of Jane Eyre(Which I adored) and The Secret Garden which was my childhood favourite. The Catcher in the Rye sounds incredible. I need this book.
3. Looking for Alaska by John Green: After reading The Fault in Our Stars, I've fallen in love with John Green's beautiful writing. And as a member of Nerdfighteria, it only seems to right to read all of his books.
2. Delirium by Lauren Oliver: This is another book that I've seen filling my Twitter feed lately, and, when I first heard about this book a few months ago, I instantly wanted to read it. A world without love? I can't wait to start it!
1. Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare: I've heard such great things about this trilogy and Clockwork Prince is at the top of my wish-list. The covers instantly drew me in to these books as well as the hype about the ending to the trilogy. Since the final book has just come out, it seems like the perfect chance to start reading and I haven't got any books by Cassandra Clare on my shelf so, I'm really looking forward to getting into the worlds she creates. It would also be great If I could read The Mortal Instruments before the movie, because I've seen the trailer and can't wait to see the film.