Welcome to Top 5 Wednesday! This week’s amazing theme is: Books You Want to Read Before the End of the Year! Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey @ GingerReadsLainey and is being hosted by Sam @ ThoughtsOnTomes. The official group on Goodreads can be found here.

As I have already mentioned yesterday, there are more than 100 books on my to-read. With so many books, it is quite stressful for me personally to decide what to read next and what my most important reads are for the rest of the year.

1 Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

I cannot count the endless times that I said I’d be reading this book this month or soon or right now and I never did. This has been on my to-read list for two years already. I love Murakami and I wanna read all of his works, but I am having trouble with one of his more widely popular ones. I wanna finish it this year, I really do.

2 Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell

I have borrowed this from my friend over a year ago, I think. And I did read a few pages, but never more than that. The hype for this one kind of made it not that interesting to me. Not that this hype has died down now, but I want to finish this soon, so I can give back the copy to my bestie.

3 Since You’ve Been Gone by Morgan Matson

I also borrowed this from said best friend, which she happily let me do, although I had still not returned Fangirl. We’ll see how this goes and hopefully she’ll get both copies back soonish.

4 You by Caroline Kepnes

This one was bought not too long ago, but I have been meaning to read it since I saw it everywhere and everyone seemed to like it. I’m looking forward to some great thriller and mystery action!

5 The Secret History by Donna Tartt

So many people seem to love this one, too. Actually, I found my copy in a secondhand shop and it’s from 1993! It’s in a really good condition and smells old, I love it and I am hoping to finish this in 2016, still.

What are the books you want to read before 2017 starts?


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