Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, which features (you guessed it!) top ten lists on a given topic each week. This week’s topic is. . . .Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR. I love the TBR TTTs, but I’m so bad at sticking to mine. Nonetheless, I do one every season. And limiting myself to ten? Yeah, that’s a funny joke.
Last Season’s Carry-Overs
Don’t judge me.
1.Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers
Assassin nuns, guys. It’s gonna happen.
2. Sweetly by Jackson Pearce
I really liked Sisters Red, so I’ve been meaning to read Sweetly for a very long time, but it just never stands out to me while I’m perusing my shelves. Must make a concentrated effort to read this one.
3. A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray
This is not a carry-over from 2014 winter’s TBR. It is a carry-over from 2013 TBR’s. I know, I know. I have gotten a lot of pressure to read this series AND I’M GONNA DO IT. I don’t know why I haven’t read this one yet–I love Libba Bray’s writing! Update: I am currently reading this book, so I am totally doing good on this TTT list so far.
4. The Falconer by Elizabeth May
I’ve been wanting to read the Falconer for awhile, and the ebook was on sale a while back so I snatched it up. I want to read this one sooner rather than later.
5. Magnolia by Kristi Cook
This book looks like it could be really cute & fun. Sometimes I just need a nice fluffy read, and I think this one would do the job nicely from what I’ve heard. Plus, I’m always a huge fan of the hate to love romances.
6. 17 & Gone by Nova Ren Suma
Since I read and loved The Walls Around Us, I’ve made it a goal to read all of Nova Ren Suma’s previous work, and 17 & Gone is the last one I have left. I haven’t loved any of her books as much as I loved The Walls Around Us, but I’m holding on to hope that maybe 17 & Gone will come close.
7. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
This is what I know about The Song of Achilles: 1)I bought it about a month ago when the ebook was $.199(it might still be, actually), 2)Apparently it’ll tear my heart to shreds, and 3)Greek mythology.
8. All the Rage by Courtney Summers
Release date: April 14, 2015
I’ve read all of Courtney Summers’ previous books, and so I’ve been eagerly anticipating All the Rage. Even though I haven’t loved every single book I’ve read by Summers(and I have liked them all), she’s really great at writing about teen girls so I have really high hopes for this book.
9. Conspiracy of Blood & Smoke by Anne Blankman
Release date: April 21, 2015
I was a huge fan of Prisoner of Night and Fog, so I’m eager to see how Daniel and Gretchen’s story wraps up in Conspiracy of Blood and Smoke.
10. Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley
Release date: April 28, 2015
Okay, I could do without the pitch of The Fault in Our Stars in the book’s synopsis, but other than that this book sounds potentially amazing. Spaceships!
11. Anything Could Happen by Will Walton
Release date: May 26, 2015
*sings*. Really though, I’m kinda surprise this book hasn’t gotten a whole lot of buzz from what I see, because the summary makes it sound like this could be a really great bittersweet read.
12. Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge
Release date: May 5, 2015
Cruel Beauty was just so beautifully fantastical and from everything I’ve heard, Crimson Bound apparently gets EVEN BETTER. Cannot wait.
LET’S CHAT: Read any of these? What’s on your seasonal TBR?