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Top Ten Books I'd Want on a Deserted Island
1. Warm Bodies by Issac Marion- It's my favorite book of all time, so naturally I'd want it with me. The only worry would be if I started getting paranoid that there were zombies on my island. That wouldn't work out so well...
2. Hourglass by Myra McEntire- I just really, really love this book right now. Time travel is awesome and the characters are wonderful. I think Emerson would be a smart and sassy girl to have at my side.
3. Forever by Maggie Stiefvater- If I am being sent out to a bleeping deserted island, I am going to know what happened to Sam and Grace and Isabel and Cole. End of story.
4. One Grave at a Time by Jeaniene Frost- Cat and Bones. I mean, I cannot exclude them. They're my favorite fictional married couple.
5. Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins- I'd club myself over the head with a rock if I didn't bring this book. Perkins' writing is just so funny and good, I know it could snap me out of any funk I got into.
6. The First Book in the Night Prince Series by Jeaniene Frost- Vlad is one of my favorite characters in Frost's books. I need to have him with me. NEED him.
7. Shadowfever by Karen Marie Moning- I haven't read it and I really want to know what happens in the series. It's a very long book too. If I wanted, I could pace out reading it for a while until I got rescued from the deserted island.
8. The Two Princesses of Bamarre by Gail Carson Levine- It is impossible to go to a deserted island and not bring your favorite childhood book. I mean, what's going to comfort you at night when the strange sounds start? What are you going to hug when you want a piece of home?
9. Looking for Alaska by John Green- I've never read this book. (I've been trying to get my hands on it for weeks!) I guess I'd want a few things I hadn't read before in order to stimulate my brain. I mean even your favorite books get a little boring after you've read them all 5 times.
10. SAS Survival Handbook, Revised Edition: For Any Climate, In Any Situation by John "Lofty" Wiseman- This one would appear pretty self-explanatory. I am not an outdoors girl by any stretch of anyone's imagination. I have no illusions that I'd die without a survival guide. Well, I still might die anyway, but the book would give me a better chance. Right?
Honorable Mentions: The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab, Ripple by Mandy Hubbard and the next Heist Society book by Ally Carter.