This was last week's topic but I've been super busy and wasn't able to post it last week. I'm doing it now so it's all good right? 


If you didn't know T5W was created bygingerreadslainey and every Wednesday there's a topic in which we choose our top 5 to it. If you want to join, check out the discussion page!


There's a lot of books I should have started months ago as I have issues finishing series/reading sequels. 


5) The Forever Song by Julie Kagawa

This is actually not the only Julie Kagawa book I have to read.

I read The Eternity Cure in 2013 when it came out and yet I never picked this up when it came out. I'm just a bit skeptical because of the size of it and the fact that I've heard that it was an okay ending. I loved the first two books but I just don't know. I'm going to have to re-read the first two before I get to this one. 


4) Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo

I read the second book when it came out yet for some reason I never picked this one up. I should have read it already but I know what happens at the end so I've been meh about reading it. But the first two books were so good, I need to read this one soon. 


3) Breakable by Tammara Webber

I didn't even know this was a thing and I'm ashamed to say that because Easy, the first book, is one of my all time favorite books. 


2) Attachments by Rainbow Rowell 

This is the only book of hers I haven't read which is weird because she's one of my auto-buy authors. I don't even know what to say.


1) Fire Study by Maria V. Snyder

Another book I'm ashamed about not having read yet. I read the first two like two years ago AND I LOVED THEM. There some of my all time favorite books but I never got this one because I disliked the cover and for some reason that made me not buy it. The cover here is actually really pretty and I wish I had that version instead of the ones I do. 



The list of books I actually have to read is much longer than this. I could literally go on and on and it's kind of embarrassing. I'm just a lazy reader. I have no excuse. I'll get better at reading...hopefully.