Just so everyone knows, I usually (as in never) read all the books on my seasonal TBR lists. (I only read one on my winter list) I only read about 35-40 books a year, and lots of times pick them on a whim. So, if you see book from Winter’s TBR that’s why. Also, I’d like to admit I’m a genre-binger. I got through phase. For example, I’ll read five dystopian novels in a row, get tired of them, and read eight fantasies. I’ll get tired of those and read four contemporaries. It’s just how I work. I just got done with a fantasy binge, and honestly don’t know what is next. So, this list is just an idea not a schedule. I hope ya’ll enjoy.
My Spring TBR List
1. The House of the Scorpion by Nancy Farmer—I read this one back in 2004, but there’s a sequel now. So, I’d love to reread it and then read the sequel, The Lord of Opium.
2. The Fault in our Stars by John Green—We are going to have a book discussion about FioS in June (right before the movie comes out) at the library, so I really, really need to reread it.
Continuing a Series
3. Savage Drift (Monument 14, #3) by Emmy Laybourne—CANNOT WAIT! Comes out on May 6th!
4. The Dream Thieves (The Raven Cycle, #2) by Maggie Stiefvater—I’ve been meaning to get around to this; maybe it’ll be this spring.
5. Requiem (Delirium, #3) by Lauren Oliver—I enjoyed the first two on audiobook, so I’d like to listen this one on audiobook as well.
6. Alliance (The Paladin Prophecy, #2) by Mark Frost—Yus! Adventure! I’m not in a fantasy/adventure reading mood right now, but I’ve been waiting on this book, so that may change.
(Ha! See what I did there. Novel has 2 definitions)
7. Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell—It’s been a while since I’ve read a YA Contemporary novel, and I’ve heard such good things about this book and Rainbow Rowell
8. Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson—Three words to explan why I want to read this… LAURIE. HALSE. ANDERSON. She a literary genius!
9. The Testing by Joelle Charbonneau—Supposed to be well liked by Hunger Games fans, so I’ll give it a try.