Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted on The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s theme is… Top Ten Books on Your Spring TBR.
I’ve actually had this post sitting open for the last ten minutes while I stare sadly at my bookcase and all the books that are sitting there unread. And then thinking of the books I just ordered from Book Depository. And then of the books on my Kobo that just don’t have a physical form. Please excuse me while I drown in my TBR. It has been nice knowing you!
But anyway. Here are ten books I am hoping to read before summer shows up! I probably won’t read them all, because I am lousy at actually sticking to TBRs, but this is the plan right now.
This one I actually am going to read, because I have a review copy and owe a review, which is about the only way I actually stick to my TBR. But I am super excited to read this one in the very near future.
As with the last book, I have a review copy of this, so I will definitely be reading it this spring. Actually, I’ll probably be reading it next, but that’s almost spring, so good enough.
Another review copy! Apparently, promising reviews is how you actually get me to stick to a TBR…
I finally caved and ordered a paperback copy of this book from Book Depository, because I can’t wait until it’s out in paperback in Canada to actually read it. I love this series so much, and I need to know what happens next.
I also caved and got this one in paperback from Book Depository. Part of it is the hype that surrounds this one, and part of it is because it has been compared to The Night Circus and I loved that book. Plus, the cover is pretty!
For a series I could probably read in a single weekend, it is taking me a long time to read all of these books.
Have had this book for a while. Still haven’t read it, even though it looks really good.
THIS BOOK LOOKS SO GOOD AND I NEVER PICK IT UP. It’s very likely because I have a hardcover, if I’m being totally honest, because this is the case with a number of books I own. I tend not to choose a hardcover if I can read something in paperback. But I really want to read it!
I’ve heard some things about this that have turned me off it, despite having had a copy for months now. But I should probably read it and actually know what the story is about before making opinions. I’ve lent it to a friend, but will read it when I get it back.
I got a signed copy of this book for my birthday, but keep overlooking it for other books. But it’s been catching my eye a lot lately, so I suppose I should actually pick it up.