Top Ten Tuesday (6) : Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is the Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR. I have an overgrowing list of books to read, to be honest, but I tried and choose some different ones I’m planning to read soon, and some that aren’t on my latest book haul, so you can discover some new books ! 😀

1 • Truth or dare, Jacqueline Green

This one sounds like a Pretty Little Liars remake, though I’m really curious about it. It all starts with a game, and then it gets twisted, wrong, and…dangerous. Exciting, suspenseful read ahead!

2 • Ignite me (Shatter me #3), Tahereh Mafi

I fell in love with this series, so I’m obviously going to read the final book as soon as I can. Tahereh Mafi builds an unforgettable world with an amazing prose. Its conclusion sure is going to be epic.

3 • Anna and the French Kiss, Stephanie Perkins

I’ve read so many enthousiastic reviews about this book, I think it’s time I give this romantic, making-you-swoon book a try !


4 • Toxic, Sara Shepard

I’ve read all of the Pretty Little Liars series, as it’s one of my favorites…but I got tired, ’cause it was too long. Book 15, really? Well, okay. I’m going to read you soon, book 15, because I’m still dying to know what happens next !

5 • Liars, Inc., Paula Stokes

As I said the other day in my WOW article, I’m so excited to read this book : it’s so intriguing. Expecting it to be full of lies and unexpected twists.

6 • PS, I still love you, Jenny Han

I absolutely loved PS, To All the Boys I’ve Loved before, and this one is its sequel. Hoping for more romance and more rooting for great characters and relationships. Jenny Han writes her books so well.

7 • Unchanged, Jessica Brody

Unremembered is a series with such an original concept, I loved it right from the start. Finally, we get an ending, and something tells me it’s going to be full of surprises !


8 • Vendetta, Catherine Doyle

This book caught my eyes a while ago : I really loved the synopsis. This seems like an ordinary love story, but with all the dark background of families and secrets… I can’t wait to see what it holds.

9 • The DUFF : Designated Ugly Fat Friend, Kody Keplinger

Let me tell you : I’ve heard SO much about this book, and a lot about the movie, too. I can’t help but being intrigued. Why is everyone talking about it ? Romance, a great painting of high school life? I can’t wait to figure it out.


10 • For real, Alison Cherry

I really like the synopsis of this book : two sisters, bonding while getting revenge. This seems promising, even more knowing that all of their beautiful revenge will certainly not go as they planned it.


Which of these books would make it on your list? Do you want to read any of these books, or have you already? Let me know in comments!

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14 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (6) : Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR

  1. Anna and the French Kiss was such a cute contemporary read. The whole series really was just so good! The Duff also made my list – heard some good things about it and really intrigued especially with the film coming out soon. Great list, hope you enjoy all of these goodies 🙂

    Becca @ Lost in Thought
    My TTT!

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  2. Hey! You have some great books on your TBR list. Personally, I am excited for P.S. I Still Love You, Anna and the French Kiss, and the DUFF. These books are on my TBR list on Goodreads and I definitely cannot wait to read them asap. 🙂

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    1. Well I’m honestly happy to find someone who didn’t love the DUFF, I keep hearing how great it is, it’s good to see a different opinion! 🙂
      I’m glad then you want to read it! 😀
      Thank you for stopping by, Susan ! I’ll make sure to check out your blog! 🙂


    1. Aww, that’s a bad habit, kind of, ahah, ’cause if you don’t like the movie, you might miss out on reading a great book! Well it depends, and we get great book adaptations, so it makes you want to read, too, I guess it’s a two way street! 😀
      Of course, I’ll let you know what I thought about it when I read it, it’s next on my to read list! 🙂
      Thank you so much for stopping by! 😀


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