It's another Top Ten Tuesdays Ladies and Gents, and here are my top
1.Dangerous Angels: My first Francisca Lia Block and I ended up addicted to her dreamy, gauzy faerie filled world.
2. Lamb: I was drawn in by this novel on the new release shelf because it was printed like a Bible, but it was marketed as a humor novel. I adore this story. I love the humor, I love the lessons, I love the journey. I know it's just a fiction novel but I wish this was embraced by the Christian community to take out some of the fanaticism and enforce the basic life message the religion was built upon. I don't want to offend any Christians (like my family), but if Biff really was Christ's childhood friend, and this was included to fill in those missing years in the Bible, it would make Christianity much more human, relatable and appealing.
3. A Great and Terrible Beauty: Beautiful covers, beautiful writing, and a beautiful world.
4. Speak: The tree, the secret; gorgeous and dark cover just like the story.
5.Uglies: A natural beauty on the cover of a book called Uglies, how could I not be intrigued to pick this up? And thank God (Or whomever you thank for things) that I did pick this up because no one builds worlds like Scott Westerfield in all of YA, and without this cover I never would have discovered that.
6. The Blue Girl: I saw this during my obsession with faerie stories. I had to buy a book with a punk cover in my favorite color about faeries. I'm glad I did it was wonderful.
*TBTB Top Ten Tuesday
** It isn't the Authors' fault, they generally have no say in choosing the cover.