Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.
This Week’s Theme:
Spring 2016 TBR
The thing with this particular TBR is that it’s as of today (March 15, 2016).
Tomorrow, I’ll be attending a Summer Teen Preview shindig at Indigo (a Canadian book retailer) and I’m lowkey hoping for something exciting to catch my eye (re upcoming book ARCs). So this list is pretty much at the mercy of that dude named Moody.
Will Probably Read
The Last Boy and Girl in the World (Siobhan Vivian)
I requested this book because [I thought] the cover was kinda neat. It was probably the argyle-looking patterns that got to me.
And the world drowning.
The False Prince (Jennifer Nielsen)
MG Fantasy has never failed me before and so I don’t expect any less of this one. This is the first book to the Ascendance trilogy and so it could totes qualify
Daughters of Ruin (K.D. Castner)
Won from a Goodreads giveaway. When I skimmed the book, it was multi-POV — and you know how I covet multiple narrators…
Vicious (Victoria Schwab)
I think my coat feels and bromance feels and London feels have subsided for now (well, maybe). On to this beauty!
The Crown’s Game (Evelyn Skye)
This is one of those “I think I will…but can probably wait” choices…unless it comes out at 40% bestsellers price then lolgoodbyecash.
The Last Star (Rick Yancey)
Two months left.
Would Like To Read
OCDaniel (Wesley King)
A friend of mine went to the Ontario Library Association conference (think of a Canadian version of ALA) and picked up a signed ARC of this book for me! It’s one of those “at the time I heard about it, I really wanted to read it” but since then my interest has dipped.
I Hunt Killers (Barry Lyga), Red Rising (Pierce Brown), The Program (Suzanne Young), Winner’s Trilogy (Marie Rutkoski)
Since my immediate review pile isn’t that massive or urgent, I can [finally] start a full series binge of some sort.
Half The World (Joe Abercrombie)
I honestly just want to immerse myself in the Shattered Sea world again and roll around in Abercrombies prose.
Should Probably Read
Way Of Kings (Brandon Sanderson)
I say this all too often BUT the silver lining is that I know Aentee at Read At Midnight is currently [slowly] reading this one too. I think. I basically need someone to keep me on track. MAYBE 100 pgs/month for 10 montes is a good steady rate of reading this LOL.
The Crane Wife (Patrick Ness)
My journey to read all of Ness’ fiction includes this and Hennington–the latter which I’ve yet to own. While Ness can do no wrong in my eyes, it’s a fairy tale retelling (ish) and those just go over my head.
By the time this post is live, this TBR list will have already changed.
I regret nothing.