Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.
This Week’s Theme:
Fall 2016 To Be Read
My Fall 2016 reading road map seems pretty set in stone as my reading commitments re: ARCs are typically guiding my schedule. That being said, I’m still hoping to keep myself open to have a series binge in November sooooo.
But these books are listed likely in the order they will be read unless random things come up, e.g. “mood”.
Crooked Kingdom (Bardugo)
I am livid my pre-order is arriving on Thursday.
Though I requested and have the ARC–and it is actually published today–I actually had a derpy experience on Goodreads that’s turning me off from going forward with reviewing this title.
Phantom Limbs (Garner)
You know what vibes I get after reading the blurb for this? Jeff Zentner’s Serpent King vibes. They aren’t the same premise at all but it’s that feeling that it’s a stupendously resilient novel that I will quite enjoy.
A Darkly Beating Heart (Smith)
I am surprised this book (ARC, at least) is relative tiny with a setting that takes place in Japan with time travel.
A Shadow Bright and Burning (Cluess)
Things that burn are always fun. I blame cover lust.
Holding Up The Universe (Niven)
“Let me give this book a try to experience this Niven hype”
Ever The Hunted (Summerill)
Lettuce pretend I never said I was going to read this in Read-A-Thon X and Y…and that you are hearing this for the very first time now.
The Sun Is Also A Star (Yoon)
“Let me give this book a try to experience this Yoon hype”
History is All You Left Me (Silvera)
“Tell me about More Happy Than Not!”
“It broke me.”
— true reasoning for picking this up because I’m really just a masochist. Shit.
I Hunt Killers (Lyga)
I will finally make do on that promise of mine to binge this series. It’s about time.
A Monster Calls (Ness)
THE MOVIE TIE-IN NEW HARDBACK EDITION IS COMING OUT HAAAAAH. I need this in my life.
I need Neeson’s groot.