Top Ten Books I Resolve To Read In 2013
I’m not sure I’ll even like this book. I’ve read the synopsis and it’s not that exciting. But I’ve seen the movie trailer and I thought that the general image was quite pretty. So I’ll definitely dig into the story before it hits the big screen.
I wanted to read this book for such a long time, but something always prevented me. Maybe this year I’ll finally make it. It’s one of those rare cases when I have watched the movie before the book and liked it. Hope the book is just as great.
I just love scary movies, especially the old ones, and The Exorcist is the most influential and overwhelming one. It’s a classic, the type of suspense and horror which you can rarely see in modern horror movies. I’ve never read a horror book, though. Think this one will be a great start.
I love witches, I grew up watching Charmed. This book though is a more serious approach to the subject, and deals with all the different types of magical creatures. Count me interested!
I worked at a hotel in my town for 3 years, and I can say that the hotel life is crazy and very alive. There’s so much happening in it, an outsider wouldn’t believe it. It’s a whole other world. When I learned about this book I immediately marked it as to-read. It will be fun to compare my experience and hotel routine to those described in the book.
It’s a book everyone seems to be talking about. I might read it some time this year to know just what the whole buzz is about.
It’s the newest Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 selection and the description seems very interesting. Also it’s a historical fiction and I’m trying to make myself read more books of this genre.
A powerful book that everyone seems to have read already, except me. The plot seems to be great, mixing a lot of what I love in a book – adventure, fantasy and science fiction. Surely a must-read!
It’s a book with amazing plot and outstanding reviews. How I even managed not to have read it yet?
Another historical fiction I just have to read this year. Besides, it too has been given amazing reviews, which assures me that I won’t regret reading it.