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This week’s topic: Top Ten Books On Our Spring TBR
1. Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer. This looks like a VERY heavy read, and you all know that’s my jam. I’m so ready for this book to break my heart into a thousand pieces.
2. How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake. I’ve been SO excited about this book since before I got a review copy and there can never be too many LGBT books in the world.
3. One of Us is Lying by Karen McManus. Any book that’s even being partially compared to Pretty Little Liars is a book I cannot WAIT to read.
4. Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios. Books about abusive relationships are tough to read, but they are also so important. I can’t say I love reading books about abusive relationships because that sounds weird, but I am a bit weird.
5. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhya Menon. I don’t usually go for fluffy books, but I have a feeling, I’m gonna love this one and I cannot wait.
6. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas. Okay this book has been on a majority of my TBRs since it came out last year. I need to read it this time. I cannot put it off any longer.
7. Heartless by Marissa Meyer. Sooo excited about this one. I got it from my Secret Santa this past Christmas and have been eagerly awaiting the right time to read it.
8. Truthwitch by Susan Dennard. This one has been sitting on my bookshelf since it came out. This is another book that I’ve had on several TBR lists, but haven’t read yet.
9. 17 & Gone by Nova Ren Suma. It was a tossup between this Nova Ren Suma book and The Walls Around Us and this one won the coin toss. Which means in summertime I’ll read The Walls Around Us.
10. Just Visiting by Dahlia Adler. I’m saving Dahlia’s NA romance trilogy for the summertime, so I’ll be reading this one now. This one has been sitting on my shelf unread for FAR too long.
1. The Inconceivable Life of Quinn by Marianna Baer. This was pitched to me as a YA Jane the Virgin. I’ve never actually watched the show but I know it’s well-loved and apparently funny and I know what it’s about – and it’s a crazy idea for a YA book I need to try out.
2. Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo. I’ve put this on every TBR since I read Six of Crows in November. I need to read it already. Truth be told, I’m terrified.
3. Grit by Gillian French. This sounds soooooo good. I already have the feeling this will be one of those “unlikable” heroines and I am here for her. Even the blurb on Goodreads is written well, and it sounds so intriguing.
4. Midnight at the Electric by Jodi Lynn Anderson. I started this in the hospital the other day while waiting to go down to the operating room, and it is wonderful so far!
5. Windwitch by Susan Dennard. I loved Truthwitch when I read it last year – I didn’t have any of the issues other readers seemed to have. I may even reread it before I get to this.
6. A Darker Shade of Magic by Victoria Schwab. I definitely need to reread this so I can finish the series. It’s been quite a while and quite a few books since I’ve traveled the various Londons. But I loved it the first time around so obviously I’ll love it again.
7. Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy. Bisexual YA!!!!!
8. The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich. This is every crack fantasy I’ve ever had about all those love triangles from a few years back. I cannot wait to be indulged.
9. Bad Romance by Heather Demetrios. I can never resist a YA book about abusive relationships. It’s sort of morbid, I know, but it’s such an important subject and it needs to be talked about way, way more than it is.
10. The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee. So after the downer that is sure to be Bad Romance, I’m going to need something lighthearted and laugh worthy. I’m pretty sure this is the perfect pick.
Have you read any of these? What are you planning to read soon?