Okay, so when I read this week’s topic, Top Ten Books On Your Spring TBR, I had to go back and check to see if I had spectacularly failed at the Top Ten Books On My Winter TBR. BUT YOU GUYS, I’ve read HALF of the books I listed on my Top Ten Winter TBR Books, that’s pretty awesome. I hope I can be twice as successful with reading these Spring Books.
Top 10 Books On My Spring TBR:
1. Masque Of The Red Death by Bethany Griffin
Why?: Yo, a kind of retelling of Edgar Allan Poe? THAT is my Jam.
2. Thumped by Megan McCafferty
Why?: I really enjoyed Bumped and Megan McCafferty is THE DEAL, so naturally I’m psyched to see what happens to Melody and Harmony.
3. The List by Siobhan Vivian
Why?: Apparently The List is supposed to be like a YA exploration of the Beauty Myth and kind of feminist and all I can think is SIGN ME UP YO!
4. Happy Families by Tanita S. Davis
Why?: YOU GUYS! I haven’t read anything by Tanita S. Davis but all signs point to awesome when it comes to her writing so I desperately need to correct this and read one of her books soon, and what better than a contemporary about twins with a transgender dad. YES PLEASE.
5. Shadow And Bone by Leigh Bardugo
Why?: First off, Veronica Roth blurb. Second off, HIGH FREAKIN’ FANTASY. You guys, there’s a dark thing that eats people. Like, a shadow. LIKE IN THE NEVERENDING STORY. HOLY EFF I CANNOT WAIT!!!
6. The Story Of Us by Deb Caletti
Why?: I love me some Deb Caletti. To me, her books are as solid as Sarah Dessen but in a class of their own.
7. Thou Shalt Not Road Trip by Antony John
Why?: Dude, road trip book. Do I need to elaborate? Okay, I will. SO this book apparently talks about a kid questioning their faith and I don’t see that a lot in YA and as I used to question my faith a lot back when I used to be religious, I find that fascinating.
8. The Calling by Kelley Armstrong
Why?: Two words: BOOK CRACK.
9. The Watch That Ends The Night by Allan Wolf
Why?: I love verse books and the Titanic and historical fiction and since this April is the 100th anniversary, I absolutely need to read this.
10. Catching Jordan by Miranda Kennally
Why?: Duh! All of the cool kids have read it and I absolutely need to read Catching Jordan asap.