Today’s topic is: Top Ten Books on My Spring TBR
I have a stack of books so high that I want to and need to read. These are the ones I plan on reading for fun this spring.
1. Wires & Nerve by Marissa Meyer
Eeep! I picked this little beauty up at Comicon. I need me some more Iko! Have you read it? I’m intrigued to see how Meyer’s story and characters come to live in graphic novel form.
2. A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
I read this one for the first time last year, right around this time. I enjoyed it but realize there are some problems with it. I also know I missed some of the more intricate aspects in it. I plan to reread it before the new books comes out in May.
3. A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
I’ve read it. And I want to read it again before book three comes out! Like the first book in this series, that I’ve just mentioned above. I need to reread it. I loved this book so much. I want back in this world and in the tension between Feyre and Rhysand.
4. Graceling by Kristin Cashore
I’ve had this book sitting on my shelf for more than a year. I keep hearing how good it is and so, I must read it soon.
5. The Queen of the Tearling by Erika Johansen
This is another book that has been in my TBR stack for over a year. It sounds intriguing and the cover is gorgeous.
6. Wonder Women by Sam Maggs
This little bit of non-fiction (the only non-fiction on my list) is by the ever-engaging Sam Maggs. I met Sam last year and had her sign my copy of Fangirl’s Guide to the Galaxy. This book, which was released late last year, is all about the unknown but history-making female scientists, engineers, and inventors.
7. The Art of Secrets by James Klise
This book is super relevant to the blatant prejudice that we are seeing these days. It is also told in a mixed format of journal entries, articles, text messages, and whatnot and promises to be a really interesting mystery.
8. Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst
I got this book in my December Novel Tea Club box. It is a diverse read with a princess who falls in love not with the prince she’s betrothed to, but with his sister. There is also magic and an epic battle to save multiple kingdoms. It just sounds fun!
9. The Little Paris Bookshop by Nina George
This book appeared under my tree thanks to my Broke and the Bookish Secret Santa. It’s a book about a bookshop. Need I say more?
10. The Doorway and the Deep by K.E. Ormsbee
I won an ARC of this fun middle grade off Goodreads months and months ago and haven’t had a chance to read it. That chance will be taken this spring.