Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR

March 14: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR
Happy two year anniversary to me: I can’t quite believe that I’ve been posting TTT’s for so long (I’ve been blogging for much longer, but keeping to a regular weekly schedule is something that I’m rather proud of!) TBR posts are some of my favourite to both write and read, so please enjoy ten of the books sitting near the top of my to be read pile.

1. Trouble by Non Pratt
Having read and loved Unboxed, I’m looking forward to exploring more by Non Pratt – and this one immediately jumped out at me because of the striking cover.

2. The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury
With the conclusion of the trilogy having just been released, there really couldn’t be a better time to devour this book.

3. History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
Although I’ve yet to read Adam Silvera’s debut novel, since this one has been recently released, it seems like a good time to discover this author.

4. Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens
This series has been on my radar for an age but I’ve only recently picked up the first in this acclaimed children’s series: I have high hopes.

5. Heartless by Marissa Meyer
Despite not really enjoying Cinder, this novel has me interested. I love Alice in Wonderland so I’m hoping for an enthralling read.

6. Unconventional by Maggie Harcourt
This novel has been receiving some wonderful reviews, with many bloggers stating parallels with Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl, so I’m very excited for this one.

7. Life In A Fishbowl by Len Vlahos
All I really know about this book is that it is about someone who is dying of cancer who decides to sell his organs: it sounds heart-wrenching and vastly different from anything I’ve ever read before.

8. Ink by Alice Broadway
Besides the gorgeous cover I don’t know much about this new release, but I do know that I am excited to dive into it.

9. Caraval by Stephanie Garber
I’m relatively in the dark as to the plot of this one – I’ve heard comparisons with The Night Circus – but it does sound mysterious and full of magic.

10. Eldest by Christopher Paolini
I read Eragon a few years ago and thought it was average, so I gifted it and its sequel to my younger cousin. At 12, she’s just devoured them both and is about to start the third, so I thought I’d give it another chance.

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