Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR Pile
It can’t be that time of year again?! I missed last week’s TTT for the first time in a year. I was so busy with work, and thought I’d post late, but it dragged on for that long that I abandoned any hope of getting it up before the next week rolled around. But now, I’m back with a vengeance!
Before compiling this week’s TTT I thought I’d take a quick look back at my previous season TBR piles to see how successful I am at actually reading what I plan to…
Just so it’s official then, I kind of suck at sticking to planned reading schedules 😛
but I’m ever hopeful!
1. A Girl Undone by Catherine Linka: I read A Girl Called Fearless (4/5) last year and I really enjoyed this Dystopian story. I’ve been looking forward to the sequel for ages now and I can’t wait to find out what happens next!
2. Confess by Colleen Hoover: I couldn’t be any more excited for this novel, but my preorder from Amazon STILL isn’t here! (More on that soon!). I need it, now.
4. Still Alice by Lisa Genova: With the movie due to be released soon (or is it already out?) I definitely want to read this before seeing it. I’ve heard great things about the book and the movie, and Genova’s writing in general, so I have high hopes for this read!
5. The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox by Maggie O’Farrell: Cathy is hosting Read Ireland month, and I was really hoping to participate more than I have! It’s definitely a goal of mine to read many more Irish authors, and this one has been sitting on my shelf for a while.
6. The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han: I’m so late to the party with this one, and it’ll probably be towards the end of Spring before I’m in the mood for it (clue’s in the title, people!).
7. The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker: A Dystopian standalone with a unique plot? Sign me up. There’s not a faction or district in sight!
8. The Bone Clocks by David Mitchell: Thankfully, Mitchell is a well-known and loved author, or I’d have to admit I may have purchased this based on its delicious cover alone…
9. The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton: This book seems to be getting a lot of recognition and love, so when I spotted it for a bargain price, I couldn’t resist!
10. Never Never Part 2 by Colleen Hoover and Tarryn Fisher: Early May counts as Spring, right?? I need the next installment of this story in my life. Then I need part three. Then I’d kill for a bind-up (pretty please?!). Check out my review for Never Never Part 1.
All of these books are on my To Be Read list for Spring, what are you planning to read in the next few months? And are there any in my list you’d highly recommend?