I still need to read Turtles All the Way Down too!-Laurenwww.shootingstarsmag.net
Personally, I would skip TRULY MADLY GUILTY. I've loved everything I've read by Moriarty, EXCEPT this one. It's a stinker, IMHO. I actually feel the same way about YEAR ONE, but maybe that's just me. THE RULES OF MAGIC was okay. It just didn't have the same charm as PRACTICAL MAGIC. CATCHING FIRE, on the other hand, you should definitely read :) Good luck with all these.Happy TTT!
I adore Turtles All The Way Down so much, so I hope you end up really enjoying it as well - it is definitely my favourite John Green book by far! I'm also with you on not having read Lady Midnight yet - I've been slowly catching up with all of the Shadowhunter books, so this one is the next one to read.My TTT
I really enjoyed The Hunger Games trilogy. How did you skip book 2 and move on to book 3? Did you watch the movies first and then read the books? Here is my Top Ten Tuesday.
OMG - I've read quite a few on your list and loved them all! Truly Madly Guilty, Catching Fire and It - read!!! :0)
I haven't read Michael Chrichton in a long time. Oh wow, I forgot that he died. I think my favorite book that I've read of his is Timeline. I want to read it again now, LOL.
Catching Fire is the only one of these I've read, but I enjoyed it.My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2018/09/25/top-ten-tuesday-178/
I am such a bad fan of Andy Weir--I didn't know he came out with a book after The Martian! Now Artemis is on my list too!By the way, you should read Turtles all the Way Down soon! It felt more personal that John Green's other books and I know that he put a lot of his own experiences with mental health and OCD into the characters. Even though TFIOS will always be my favorite, Turtles is still a great book!Tessa @ Crazy for YA