Top Ten Diverse Books That I Want To Read

Hi everyone! Welcome to Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish. This week's topic is Top Ten Diverse Books That I Want To Read.

Magnus Bane is notorious for being a sexy, bisexual warlock. He won me over in The Mortal Instruments and I can't wait to read more about him in The Bane Chronicles.

The plot for this just sounds so gritty and rough and action-packed. That sounds great! I may have to borrow this from my friend sometime soon...

Although the plot doesn't blow me away, I can't fault Bella's hard work and passion, and the fact that she wanted to show her fans that if even she (as someone dyslexic) can write a book, then they certainly can.

You don't hear of many YA retellings of anything other than fairytales, so it's nice to see one of Arabian Nights.

This graphic novel, about gamers, just looks incredible, both visually and verbally.

I have never read a book with a Persian protagonist, or even with a Persian character before. I would like to change that and this seems like a good choice.

I am glad to see that books about mental illness aren't being shied away from, which is why I really want to read this book and I hope I will come out of it with new information about Schizophrenia.

I am ashamed to say that I was actually accepted an e-arc of this, but I have yet to get around to reading it yet!

This book follows a multiracial girl called Kaya, and the plot alone has made me want to read it.

Andrew Smith is quite a big author, so I've wanted to read one of his books for quite some time now, but this one in particular caught my attention.

So there we go! I hope you've enjoyed reading about my Top Ten Diverse Books That I Want To Read.



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