Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s topic: Our Summer TBR Lists
Summer is perfect for a lot of extra reading, if you ask me, and this week the topic is having us consider our TBR piles (the never-ending things they are!) and what we’ll be trying to pick up over the season. 😀
Lair of Dreams (Libba Bray): I’ve been wanting to read the next book in this series for so long! I finally have an e-ARC. Yeehawwww!
Uprooted (Naomi Novik): So much buzz surrounding this one and literally everyone that has read it liked it. Most even loved it. It is high time I pick this one up.
The Raven Boys (Maggie Stiefvater): Uhhhhh, it’s about time I find out what all the fuss over this series is about!
Eon (Alison Goodman): Gosh, this has been sitting on my shelves forever. I’ve wanted to read this for just about as long but I’ve never been able to find the time. That is about to change.
Sunrise (Mike Mullin): Playing ARC catch-up basically. I liked the first two books of this series and I really want to get caught up and get this off my list.
The Raven Boys (Maggie Stiefvater): I read this as an e-arc waaay back, but it didn’t work out too well at the time and have been meaning to get around with a proper re-read. Definitely looking forward to it!
The Duff (Kody Keplinger): This has been sitting on my shelf for quite some time. I love the way it sounds, I just needed to be in the mood I think. I’m kind of picky with contemps. But with the recent movie & all the previews I have been side-eyeing it a lot more. I want to watch the movie so bad, except I want to read the book first. (wah wah, booknerd problems)
Seraphina (Rachel Hartman): I bought this book on a whim earlier this year even after hearing some mixed reviews. Some of my favorite reviewers hated it. Some loved it. I think the premise sounds interesting and I’ve been on a high fantasy kick lately so I wanted to give it a try. And that absolutely gorgeous cover just keeps calling my name.
A Darker Shade of Magic (Victoria Schwab): Seriously? This is one book I’ve heard about from everyone pretty much, and it’s been nothing but good things. I keep meaning to sit down and start it but I’ve fallen behind on other things needing to be caught up on first. I’m getting to it soon!
Revolution (Jennifer Donnelly): I love love love historical fiction. I just have a hard time finding good historical fiction. So I’m really curious about this one!
Are there any particular genres you find yourself drawn to during summer? Do you read more in this season? What’s on your list to read/definite must-reads you want to get off that TBR shelf the next few months?