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Top Five Books I Want To Read This Spring
Lately, I’ve been in a weird reading funk where I want to read but don’t have the energy to focus on anything. I’ve been reading, of course, but I just don’t have much energy to do anything except watch t.v. Still, there are a few books I want to read this spring!
- Adaptation by Malinda Lo. Partly because it’s the first selection for a new book club but I also really want to read more Malinda Lo after reading Huntress a while back. It also seems right up my alley.
- Disappear Home by Laura Hurwitz. I was definitely intrigued by Disappear Home when I saw it on netgalley, because stories about escaping from communes and cults always intrigue me.
- Down From The Mountain by Elizabeth Fixmer. I requested Down From The Mountain for the same reasons I requested Disappear Home, so I’m hoping I like both books!
- The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma. This seems like a very interesting ghost story! While I’m not the biggest fan of the big picture being slowly revealed, I still really want to know about the mysteries connecting the two girls.
- Prudence by Gail Carriger. I’m super-excited about this one! It’s her new book and it’s set in the same world as her Parasol Protectorate series and her Finishing School series. (And I’ll totally be talking about the book signing/launch party for the book that I’m going to tonight, which makes me even more excited!)
6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Five Books On My Spring TBR”
I should have put the new Nova Ren Suma on my list too. It looks so good and there so much buzz about it. Great list. Here is my list if you’re interested:
the Nova Ren Suma does look good!
The Walls Around Us is amazing! I was lucky to read an advanced copy, and even if you don’t like the slow reveal, I think you’ll enjoy it. She creates two distinct voices and deftly weaves them together.
I have an advanced copy of it, but I need to actually read it! I’m definitely intrigued by this one!
Hope you get you reading mojo back soon 🙂
I hope so too!