Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish that other bloggers are welcome to join in, to create Top Ten lists on varying topics. This week it’s Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR List
1 The Colour of Magic
By Terry Pratchett
I’ve been meaning to start this series since I picked the books up last year, but I never got round to it. I hope to read them soon, as a tribute to such a well written man.
2 The Oathbreakers Shadow
by Amy McCulloch
This has been on my to-read pile since it came out in February. It’s got an interesting concept and I’m intruded. It’s so different! I really want to make a dent is my piles of books this spring so that I can spend the supper clearing through some shelves. (And by clearing through I mean reading.)
3 Monstrous Beauty
by Elizabeth Fama
Have you read the blurb of this?! What happens to these people?! I have to know!! Also, mermaids! The last mermaid book I read wasn’t my favourite which was such a shame. I’m hopping this one will win where all the others failed.
by Jodi Meadows
This was on my winter to be read list and it’s in one of those pesky piles. It’s such a pretty book I’m scared to read it in case I will hate it.
5 A Thousand Pieces of You
By Claudia Gray
Another winter TBR. This one was a cover love purchase, so I’m also scared I wont like it. But I know I have to read them and I really sort of do want to. Soon! It will be soon!
by Marie Rutkoski
Paein advised me to wait for book two before reading The Winner’s Curse because apparently it has a massive cliff-hanger ending. I’ll be reading these this month, time permitting.
7 We All Looked Up
by Tommy Wallach
I have been given a copy of this through Netgalley. It’s such a pretty cover and I love the idea of this novel. What would you do with your last few days before an asteroid hits Earth?
8 The Girl at Midnight
by Melissa Grey
This is another book I got through Netgalley but it’s been on my radar for a while before that. It sounds similar to Daughter of Smoke and Bone, which I loved, so I can’t wait to start this next month.
9 City of Fae
by Pippa DaCosta
This is yet another netgalley read that I have on my To Read List for April. I don’t actually know much about it as I requested it solely based on the cover but I’m hoping for an interesting twist on Fae legend, preferably with some epic battles.
10 Penryn and the End of Days
by Susan Ee
Now, I have had Angelfalls and World Ends for a while now. As I wanted to read them all together, now that End of Days will finally be falling through my letter box in May, I’m hoping to get stuck into this highly praised series as soon as possible.