Hi guys and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Seeing as spring is almost here (and boy, am I ready for spring to begin!), today’s all about the books that I’m planning to read this spring.
I divided this list in two parts:
- New spring releases, because is it just me or is this spring filled with amazing new book releases?
- Books from my backlist, because I’m still trying to tackle that monster of a TBR so while I’m being bombarded with new releases I also still want to catch up with some older books.
Will I succesfully be able to read all these books in the upcoming springtime? Who knows, but I’m already super excited to get to each and every one of them so I’ll definitely be trying!
<<< NEW SPRING RELEASES >>>
First of all, this sounds super cute, fun AND relatable. Secondly, it’s by Becky Albertalli, who already wrote Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda, which is one of my all-time favorites. AND I’ve seen only positive reviews so far. So yes, this is definitely high up on my spring TBR!
A Court of Mist and Fury was one of my top reads of 2016. I re-read it several times, suffered a major book hangover and am officially looking for the Night Court so I can move there. So of course I want to read this third book in the trilogy! Preferably on release date…
It’s a Mulan retelling with a dash of 47 Ronin. Yes. Let that magnificence sink in for a bit. Then add the fact that it’s by Renee Ahdieh, who already wrote the GORGEOUS The Wrath and the Dawn. Yes. Definitely a must.
Oh hi, you may have heard me talk about this book a few times already. But only because it’s MY MOST ANTICIPATED READ OF 2017! It sounds so much fun, super meta and has a ship that I’ve already been shipping for months without even having met them yet.
Enough Shadowhunters? NEVER! After the amazing Lady Midnight, I have super high expectations for this one. And also, I’m super scared because it’s only the second book in the series so I know my heart will be in pain after this one and there will still be a long wait ahead for book three. #bookwormstruggles
This cute YA contemporary about two Indian-American teens whose parents have arranged for them to be married just sounds SUPER adorable! And I’ve already seen some glowing ARC review so I’m already pretty sure it will live up to all its’ expectations.
<<< FROM MY BACKLIST >>>
I’ve been saying for too long that I should read The Others series. AND I’ve actually had this book on my shelf for a while now. So what am I still waiting for?
Same issue as with Written in Red. I actually received Red Rising for my birthday… TWO YEARS AGO. No more procrastinating, this spring I’ll get to it.
Another book that’s been on my shelf for a while and I’ve only heard great things about it so I should really start this one soon.
Ok, this one is not actually on my shelf yet, but I may be one of the last people on earth to read this one (slight exaggeration… maybe) and I do really want to read it. So once my self-proclaimed book-buying ban is over (who am I even kidding, it’ll be over as soon as I see a bookstore or am left alone with a computer because I have no willpower when it comes to books) I’m getting this AND reading it!