TOP TEN TUESDAY IS HOSTED BY THE BROKE AND THE BOOKISH.
THIS WEEK’S TOPIC: 10 Books From X Genre That I’ve Recently Added To My TBR List
This week, the theme asked us to pick a genre for books we have added recently to our piles of novels. But I’m horrible at directions, and decided to bend the requirements a bit and showcase the recent diverse adds I have on my reading list.
City of Saints & Thieves by Natalie C. Anderson: Recommended to me by Sierra, this story centered around a refugee from the Congo sounded like the perfect book for my reading list! That cover is beautiful as well.
Want by Cindy Pon: COVER LUST! I really enjoy a story that centers around pollution and the long term effects, and this story has it. Plus, I want to see more diversity in sci-fi.
A Walk Across the Sun by Corban Addison: Birthday gift from Kara!! I’ve wanted this book since I read the synopsis. I have some high expectations for this story. I just hope to be able to push past all the heartbreak.
Allegedly by Tiffany D. Jackson: Tiffany is awesome and you should read her books. Also, I’m ecstatic to see some racially charged books get the spotlight.
Midnight Without a Moon by Linda Williams Jackson: OMG that cover! The description of the book is nothing short of beautiful. I’m so happy I came across this one. Middle Grade is starting to get an edge over YA.
Scarlett Undercover by Jennifer Latham: “Meet Scarlett, a smart, sarcastic, kick-butt, Muslim American heroine…” – sold. And that cover is adorable.
Nightingale’s Nest by Nikki Loftin: I bought it because of the cover. It reminded me of a certain scene in The Hunger Games, and I had to have this novel.
Ramona Blue by Julie Murphy: Because blue haired girl-loving female MCs are just what I want to read about right now.
The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco: This book is a bag of mixed reviews, but I just really had to buy it because of the cover (sorrynotsorry).
The One Memory of Flora Banks by Emily Barr: Hooray Target Special Edition books! Also, hooray for more mental illness related books!