I missed last week’s topic because of my inability to blog, so I am doing it this week instead. I love these TBR topics (even if I fail at the list every single season) because I like to have some sort of vague plan of what I’d like to read.
1. We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
My friend assures me that this is amazing and disturbing, so here we go. I’m waiting until I’m in the right mood for this one because that’s probably vital.
2. The Secret Speech/Agent 6/The Farm
I need to read alllllll of Tom Rob Smith’s books.
3. This Shattered World by Amie Kaufman and Meaghan Spooner
I’ve had this book since June last year and I read the first book in the trilogy before it came out AGES ago. So I need to get a move on!
4. Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton
Alwyn is adorable, and I’ve been told that this book is AMAZING.
5. The Well of Ascension/The Hero of Ages/The Alloy of Law/Shadows of Self/The Bands of Mourning
The first three books are rereads. I read them a couple of years ago, and I want to refresh my memory and love for this world before I continue on with the rest of the spin-off trilogy. Also, my friend Stevie told me that there’s this amazing new short story out so I want to blitz through these to get to that. She says you don’t have to read SoS or BoM before this short story, but I like to read things in order of release.
6. Oath Bound by Rachel Vincent
I’m cheating a little bit here as I’ve already started this one. I have been putting off reading it for years because this is one of my favourite trilogies and I don’t want it to end. I hate endings.
7. The Crimson Crown by Cinda Williams Chima
I need to read this and Flamecaster. I love this world and the characters, but I don’t want to let go of them so I’ve been holding off.
8. The Chance You Won’t Return by Annie Cardi
Sometimes you just need an epically sad contemporary, you know?
9. The Secret Garden by Francis Burnett
Spring seems like a really good time to read my favourite classic.
10. From What I Remember… by Stacey Kramer and Valerie Thomas
Again, contemporaries are awesome during spring time. I’ve been wanting to read this one for ages, since it incorporates some travel with sun, summer, and nice weather. Basically everything I want. And I love the cover.