Yay, Top Ten Tuesday is back! It went on a bit of a hiatus and while I completely understand why, I still missed it. Even when I don’t participate, I love reading TTT posts.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly themed post hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. Each week features a different theme/prompt for which you come up with a list of 10 books. This week’s theme is top ten books on your spring TBR. I wasn’t sure whether or not I should stick to spring releases or just include any book I’m hoping to read this spring. I decided to go with the latter since I’ve already talked about most of the spring releases I’m excited for and knowing me, I won’t actually get to any of them soon. So I wanted to take the opportunity to talk about some books you can expect to see me talking about (and hopefully reviewing) within the next few months. I’m also going to try to avoid talking about books that I already mentioned in my March TBR post so I don’t get too redundant.
I’ll be honest and say that I’m not quite sure what to expect from this book. It only has two ratings on Goodreads so I can’t even use that to help me out, haha. It does sound interesting though and it’s also really short which will (hopefully) make this a quick, easy read. I received it from the author to review so this will definitely be getting read in the next few weeks!
This is another review copy I recently received and I have to say I am SO excited for this one. A lot of you know that I’m a big YA sci-fi fan so this is right up my alley. I’m a little iffy on the whole “mental illness ends up being a super-power” thing, but we’ll see how it goes. It’s got a pretty good rating on Goodreads which gives me a little bit more hope. 😉
I think I’ve mentioned in another post that I have to read this for a class I’m taking this semester and I’m pretty excited for whenever we get around to it (I should really check the syllabus and see when that will be, haha). I’ve heard good things about this so I can’t wait. 🙂
Although I haven’t read one of Emery Lord’s books before, I’ve heard great things about them and so I got pretty excited when I got approved to review this title on NetGalley. I’ll probably be reading this in the middle or towards the end of April so it’ll be awhile before I get to it, but I’m still excited. And can we take a second to admire that cover? I love it!
I’ll fully admit that 99% of the reason I’m planning on reading this is because the Netflix show debuts later this month and I want to be able to watch it soon without feeling guilty about not having read the book first, haha. I grabbed the TV tie-in edition from Target for only a few dollars last week. Hopefully I end up liking it!
Yet another review copy I have. I’m part of the blog tour for the release of the sequel later this month and I’m honestly really excited about this book. It’s sci-fi/dystopia aka my favorite so I should really enjoy it (fingers crossed).
This is one book that I’m REALLY looking forward to! I got approved for it on NetGalley awhile back and ever since I’ve heard nothing but fantastic things about it. I’m super excited to get to this, although this will be another one that I most likely won’t be reading until April.
I bought this shortly after it came out and yet still haven’t read it. I’m determined to read it soon though considering the sequel (companion novel?) releases very soon. I’ve seen mixed reviews, but when I met Chokshi back in September, she was the sweetest person ever (I seriously have the biggest crush on her now so I don’t care, I’m going to love this book or die trying.
This is another book that I’ve heard fantastic things about. I bought this almost entirely on a whim, but apparently I made a good choice. 😉 I’m not sure if I’ll get to this one within the next few months, but it’d be nice!
I was hoping to read this last month but then my reading slump hit so that didn’t happen. I’m determined to read a Butler book this year and since I own this one, it’ll likely be the winner. I’d love to be able to get to this one soon, but only time will tell if that happens. 😛