This week, the topic of Top Ten Tuesday is Ten Books on My Spring (more like dry season) TBR. So that’s what I’m going to do. Well, technically I could’ve put 10 Brandon Sanderson books in this list and be done with it, but that’ll be too easy so I’ll do it the harder way and actually dig into my TBR pile.
The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh
Everything I heard about this book has been great (well, except that one hilarious 2-star review) and I’m quite intrigued on how 1001 nights retelling will turn out.
Front Lines by Michael Grant
I have an on-and-off relationship with Michael Grant. I was completely obsessed with his Gone series. BZRK was just okay. Then there was Messenger of Fear which was just passable, but still brought me bad memories. Front Lines, though, sounds like a solid World War II novel. Please be good, book.
Shadows of Self and The Bands of Mourning by Brandon Sanderson
I said I wasn’t going to put 10 Sanderson books in this list, not that I wasn’t going to put any of his books. Two should be enough for now. I plan to read Alloy of Law this month and these two are the sequels. New Mistborn stories, should be interesting.
UnDivided (Neal Shusterman)
I promised myself to read this book last November
, and the last five times before that, but I really don’t want to say goodbye to those kids.
Calamity (Brandon Sanderson)
Okay, maybe three
The Winner’s Curse (Marie Rutkoski)
I already owned the book and the review of the series has been largely positive so I’m looking forward to reading it.
Cress (Marissa Meyer)
I have read Cinder and Scarlet and I enjoyed them although the long interval between the books made me somehow felt slightly detached to the characters. Nevertheless, I’ve heard Cress is even better so I’m really excited!
Golden Son (Pierce Brown)
Giving this series another chance. It’s not like I hate Red Rising anyway.
The Likeness (Tana French)
I have just finished reading In The Woods, the first book in the Dublin Murder Squad series and boy wasn’t it great?! So I’m going to continue with the second one, which also seem to be the highest rated one. It’s about a detective that working on a case where the victim looks exactly like her (hence, the title).
There you have it, ten books in my spring TBR. Let me know if any of these books is also in yours or if you’ve read them.
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