Top Ten Books at the Top of My Spring 2013 TBR List
|March 12, 2013|
- Pivot Point by Kasie West: I have heard nothing but wonderful things about this novel and it sounds like a riveting book. The cover is stunning as well. I can't wait to get it in my hands, but I had to suspend it so I actually have time to read it. :P
- Taken by Erin Bowman: I need this book. Re-reading the synopsis, I've determined how much I want to read this book on a scale from: I'll read it at the last minute once I get it or put it on hold again to I will stop whatever I'm reading and read it right away, regardless of other books due dates or priorities. I am leaning to that very extreme "I'll read it right away despite anything".
- Going Vintage by Lindsay Leavitt: I don't really read cutesy, contemporary books, but this one sounds really fun and spring is the best time (at least to me) for light reads, so this is definitely on my list!
- Shine by Lauren Myracle: I first found out about this book on a "beautiful covers" list on Goodreads and have since won a copy that I share with my friend. It is absolutely beautiful and sounds like an emotional and powerful story.
- Cinder by Marissa Meyer: I tried this book and I just wasn't into reading it at the time, but really am dying to. This spring is the time to read it for sure.
- Mind Games by Kiersten White: This is lower on my list than expected because I am nervous about reading this book. I think it sounds amazing and want to like it so badly, but it seems a lot of people are not liking it as much as they thought they would. Nooooo.... But I still think it will be a great book!
- The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson: I think this book sounds very interesting, plus I have a new copy of it from the library at my house and I am the first person to sign it out. :)
- A Mango-Shaped Space by Wendy Mass: Several of my friends have read and loved this book, and I feel like it will be a great spring read. The story sounds interesting and very enlightening.
- The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brian Selznick: For some reason I never read this book. In middle school, everyone was reading this, and I was kinda like "I'm sorry, what???" It is a middle grade book for sure with big illustrations and not a ton of text but the title and cover has always intrigued me and I think I would still enjoy it now.
- Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl: I'm practically chanting "read it!" to myself right now about this book. Lot's of people seem to love it and I also would like to read it in anticipation for the movie release.
That's it for my top ten! Leave the link to yours in the comments. :)