Top Ten Tuesday: Books On My Spring TBR

Welcome to this week’s Top Ten Tuesday!

Finally it’s spring, my favourite season! I can’t wait for all the new flowers and all the drab winter weather to disappear.

Especially for this occasion, I only chose books with covers that I think are absolutely gorgeous because spring is a beautiful season (and I’m also incredibly vein).

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018.

1. A Court of Frost and Starlight (A Court of Thorns and Roses, #3.1) – Sarah J. Maas

I’ll admit, this first book isn’t the most spring themed book I could have chosen, but it’s not my fault Sarah J. Maas decided to publish a book about the Winter Solstice on May first (actually now I think about it, it’s actually a rather strange decision…). But, I’m not complaining, because I really don’t want to wait until next winter to get my hands on this beauty.

2. A Thousand Perfect Notes – C.G. Drews

My favourite book blogger of all time, the amazing Paper Fury,  releases her debut novel in June. I truly can’t wait to read this. If she writes her books as good as her posts (I have no doubt this is the case), then we will be in for a treat!

3. Furyborn (Empirium, #1) – Claire Legrand

This book comes out at the end of May and it already has over 700 reviews, talk about a hype… I’m having such high hopes for this book.

Follows two fiercely independent young women, centuries apart, who hold the power to save their world…or doom it.

This just can’t go wrong in my eyes. Fierce ladies, fantasy, YA… Give it to me now!

4. Sunburn – Laura Lippman

This one is the only mystery I’ll probably be reading this Spring (except for Bring Me Back by B.A. Paris, but she’ll always be an exception). Mysteries tend to be a hit or miss (mostly miss) for me and I try to be really picky and not read everything that comes across my Goodreads feat, because that clearly isn’t a good idea. The main reason I chose to read this book has everything to do with the cover, it’s such a summerish cover and it really speaks to me. I hope I didn’t choose wrong this time.

5. Broken Beautiful Hearts – Kami Garcia

Once in a while I just need a YA contemporary romance to keep myself happy. They are often completely over the top and so over dramatic. YA emotions can go so extreme and all the high school feelings often make it a completely ridiculous read. But, I just have to admit that I completely love that, and I can’t wait to read this book. The more complicated emotions, the better!

6. Reign of the Fallen (Reign of the Fallen, #1) – Sarah Glenn Marsh

I’m so going to read this book for it’s cover alone. I added this book in this list before I even knew what it was about. I’m completely afraid of zombies (in case you didn’t know yet) but earlier this year I had a quite pleasant zombie experience while reading Zombie Abbey so I’m going for it again. It helps that this book isn’t listed as horror on Goodreads. But, still, zombies…

7. The Cruel Prince (The Folk of the Air, #1) – Holly Black

I actually already started to read this one (but only just). I’m completely in love with it already and I’m so happy I picked it up. My current book rating for March is only 2/5 and that’s a bit too harsh,even for me. I hope that this book will be so amazing I can finally give another 5 star rating!

8. Select Few (Select #2) – Marit Weisenberg

Last year I got an ARC of Select and it was one of my first ARCs ever! I really loved the book and I’m so so so happy I got the second book in the series as well! If you don’t know this series, it’s about a family of highly-evolved humans that are perfect on the surface but not so perfect if you look closely. Julia, a girl from that family doesn’t really belong and she has quite a hard time blending in. It’s a really fun book and if you haven’t read it yet, you should definitely check it out. I, in the mean time, can’t wait to find out what happens next in book 2!

9. Fawkes – Nadine Brandes

I don’t read that many historical fictions. But, when I do I almost always like them. I made a packed with myself to start reading more historical fictions because I sometimes avoided them without having good reasons to. I have a feeling I’m going to enjoy this book so so so much. The amazing reviews this book has already gotten so far, help quite a lot to make my expectations for this book go through the roof.

10. How to Write a Love Story – Katy Cannon

Tilly is a girl who’s grandmother is a bestselling romance author. She takes over her grandmother’s writing when she falls ill. I have to admit that I’m a bit doubtful about this book. This can be amazing and funny and emotional. But, this can also turn out to be rather shallow and boring. I’m still going to read this and hope for the best!


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