Top Ten Tuesday Seventy Five – Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature/ meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week we are talking about all of the books on our Spring TBR, as we are finally out of the winter months!  This TBR was a little different for me than usual, as normally I have a fairly limited choice of the books I have available to me at university, but as I am now at home I have almost all of my books to choose from.  I also tried to structure this TBR around books that I think will be easy to get through, as well as those that will provide me with some escapism, both of which I think I will need throughout the next few months.

So here are all of the books on my Spring TBR!

The Boy Who Steals Houses

The start of 2020 has been filled with alot more contemporaries than I am used to, and so in anticipation of that continuing this is one of those contemporaries at the top of my list to read.  I adored A Thousand Perfect Notes, and so can not wait to return to Cait’s writing and to likely get my heart broken once again by a beautiful story.

Copy of Copy of Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

It is a crime that I have yet to read another Taylor Jenkins Reid book, and so it is well past time for me to dive into her most recent release which has been on my TBR since it first came out.  I love books told in different formats, and so this is definitely one I would love to get to this Spring.

Copy of Copy of Six Of Crows by Leigh Bardugo (1)

This one sounds very different to alot of the other fantasies I’ve read, and therefore seems like the perfect way to slightly step out of my comfort zone without going too far out of it.  I am super excited to see what I think of this one and to delve into a brand new fantasy world, especially one that sounds as interesting as this one does.

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Easy reads and escapism seems like a key theme for this TBR, and this one fits exactly into those, as what is better than a cute romantic contemporary to take your mind off things.  I am also super excited to see how I get on with David Yoon’s writing style, as I adore Nicola Yoon’s books, and so am hoping that I feel the same about this one.

One Dark Throne

I would love to try and get into new habits with series and not leave years between books, and so in an attempt to start that I am putting this sequel on my TBR in the hopes that I may actually get around to reading it soon.  I even took this one up to university with me as further motivation, only for that to be done in vain as I now sit at home unable to start it.

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How many times will I tell myself I am going to read this one before I actually do read it?!  Although this is a bit of longer book, I know that so many people adore it and so it seems like a great time to devour it for myself whilst I am stuck at home at need of some much needed escapism.

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Although I am likely to be able to read more over the next few weeks as I spend alot more time at home, I also have exams coming up and so in preparation for that stressful period I am putting this fairly short book on my TBR.  I also find Dystopians really easy to dive into and get through, and so this seems like the perfect read for when I am neck deep in revision over the next few months.

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I’ve been away from the Grisha-verse for way too long now, so it is time to return to it in this newest installment in the universe, with us this time following Nikolai, one of my favourite characters from the original trilogy.  Reading this would also add to my anticipation for the new adaptation that I am so excited about, and so now seems like as good a time as any to get around to this one.

Infinity Son

I was super excited for the release of this one at the start of the year, and so now that it is out it is time to dive into it myself before I find myself with this still on my TBR after the sequel has been released.  I don’t know a ton about this one other than its like an urban fantasy focusing on two brothers, and so I am excited to learn more about this story when I finally get around to reading it.

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This is another not particularly long fantasy that would definitely provide me with some much needed escapism this Spring.  I was super excited for the release of this one, and yet it is still sat unread on my TBR, and so here’s to hoping that now is the time when I will finally get around to reading it.

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What books are on your Spring TBR?  Have you read any of these – what did you think?

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5 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday Seventy Five – Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR

  1. I absolutely loved A Thousand Perfect Notes, but I’ve been putting off reading The Boy Who Steals Houses, because oof, my heart is still in pieces. xD I really need to read Carry On, too! I even bought it and everything and still kept putting it off lol. Here’s to hoping we both get to it sooner, rather than later. xD Enjoy your reading!

    Here’s my TTT post.

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  2. Haha, I’m one of those people who loved Carry On!! I’m hoping to read the follow up Wayward Son later this year. Daisy Jones and the Six is the only thing I’ve read by TJR, but I really enjoyed it! Hoping to dive into her backlist. Frankly in Love and The Boy Who Steals Houses are on my TBR too, not for spring exactly, but for someday!

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