Top Ten Tuesday – Books on my Spring TBR List

toptentuesdayTop Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish.

There is a mixture of some anticipated new releases and books that have been around awhile but I just haven’t gotten to yet.  They are also not in any particular order because my next big read changes with my mood.

10.  The Cockcoo’s Calling by Robert Gailbraith (JK Rowling).   I’m curious about this one.  The Harry Potter series had been by reentry into reading children’s and young adult books but I was hugely disappointed with The Casual Vacancy.

cockoos calling

9.   Bridge to Haven by Francine Rivers.  I have always like this author and am looking forward to reading this one.

bridge to haven

8.  & 7.  Insurgent & Allegiant by Veronica Roth.  I know I’m way behind in this series.

insurgent                  allegiant

6.  City of Ashes by Cassandra Clare.  Another series I’m behind in.

city of ashes

5.  Still Life with Breadcrumbs by Anna Quindlen.  I’ve never read this author before, but I’ve heard good things.

still life

4.  Panic by Lauren Oliver.  I’ve like everything I’ve read so far by Oliver, so I’m looking forward to reading her latest.

Panic_HC_JKT_des4.indd

3.  Dear Killer by Katherine Ewell.  Another new-to-me author, but the description has me curious.

dear killer

2. Lost Lake  by Sarah Addison Allen.  I love Allen’s books!  I can’t wait to read this one!

lost lake

1.  Out of the Easy  by Ruta Sepetys.  This is yet another new-to-me author, but I have heard such good things about this book.  And the topic has me curious.  Must be the counselor in me.

out fo the easy

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16 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Books on my Spring TBR List

  1. I feel like I am the only one who hasn’t read The Cuckoo’s Calling yet – glad to see it is not the case! Panic is such an interesting book – it had me thinking for a long time after I read it. Out of the Easy is a fantastic book, you should also read Between Shades of Gray. Ruta Sepetys is such a wonderful writer.

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