Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Ten Books on my Spring TBR. Confession time: I don’t really make TBR for the month, I mostly go with whatever I want to buy at the moment, or whatever books my sister ordered and we can exchange. So, hm, I’m going to try and do this as accurate as possible, haha. Don’t forget to click on the title of the books to read their fabulous synopsis!
1 • Splintered, A.G. Howard
I’ve been hearing all about how wonderful this book is, and the synopsis, the cover, just EVERYTHING is like a call for me to read it.
2 • Scandal, Sarah Ockler
After falling in love with The Summer of Chasing Mermaids, I obviously need to add another book of hers to my TBR. And it’ll be Scandal, because well, what do you know, my sister has wonderful taste in books – just like me, haha.
3 • Only Ever Yours, Louise O’Neill
That book sounds weird and creepy and strange and all that you want, and my sister bought that one too, and I’m going to steal it from her and read it, because I feel like it’s going to be GREAT.
4 • Radio Silence, Alice Oseman
After loving Solitaire from her, I really am looking forward to read Radio Silence. It’s about school pressure and I love that theme.
5 • Cinder, Marissa Meyer
It’s about time I hop on that hype train, I am VERY VERY late. But I’m running, and I’ll catch it, I promise. And hopefully I’ll feel right at home with you guys.
6 • The Raven Boys, Maggie Stievfater
Another train I’m very very VERY late to catch up, but I’m completely curious about that story, and I feel like it could be a hit. Or miss. Hopefully, a hit.
7 • The Yearbook Committee, Sarah Ayoub
I found out about that book on Jenna’s blog, and I am so excited to read it. I love a great contemporary, and this one seems right up my alley. I hope I’ll love it!.
8 • A Darker Shade of Magic, V. E. Schwab
Hello, hype, you’re BAD. Very bad. Yet I want once again to find out what you’ve got in your filled shelves and what makes bookworms so excited about this.
9 • Even If The Sky Falls, Mia Garcia
Cute contemporary YA ahead….move around, I’m coming for you, I know you’re the one for me .
10 • Me Before You, Jojo Moyes
YES, I am ready for all the feels. Or maybe not. But I have to read that book, because it seems so cute, and heartbreaking, and I’m definitely going to cry. That’s why I need to read it. #bookwormlogic.