I can't believe it's only four days until Christmas Eve! How is this possible? I feel like December has been a crazy mess with hardly any time for Christmas activities. While I didn't really ask for many books for Christmas here are some of the ones I wouldn't mind getting if I had asked for them.
Between Shade Of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
I've read this book before, but I would love to reread it before the movie comes out in 2017.
Lair Of Dreams by Libba Bray
While I haven't read the Diviners yet, I know that I will want to marathon as much of this series as possible when I do read it.
The Nightingale Girls by Donna Douglas
This sounds like it will be a little bit like Call the Midwife, and I am so here for that.
Wolf By Wolf and Blood For Blood by Ryan Graudin
I loved Wolf by Wolf and I really want to read Blood For Blood. Also I believe these are the UK versions and I absolutely love the way they look.
Flygirl by Sherri L. Smith
I really want to start reading Historical Fiction again, and this seems like a good place to start. Not only is this about a young woman, but it's also a POC who wants to be in the airforce during WWII.
Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell
A teenager girl who is London's perfect killer. This one should be interesting.
Briar Rose by Jane Yolen
A sleeping beauty retelling during WWII. While sleeping beauty hasn't been my favorite princess story, with the add in of WWII I feel like I will enjoy this one though.
The Prime Ministers Secret Agent by Susan Elia MacNeal
I don't really know much about England's secret agents, and I know this is fiction, but I feel like this will be a good and easy place to start.
Mrs. Lincolns Dressmaker by Jennifer Chiaverini
This is adult fiction, but I find the premise really interesting. I don't know much about the real Mrs. Lincoln and I feel like again this will be a good and easy start to learning more about her.
Those were all of my choices for the books I would love to get for Christmas. What did you ask for?