March 20: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR
How did we get to the spring already? It feels like it should still be the middle of winter: this year is flying by. Regardless, it is almost the end of March and the days are getting longer, which means more time for reading (that’s how it works, right?!)
1. Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp
One of my favourite reads of 2016 was This Where It Ends, and I’ve been anticipating the author’s next release ever since.
2. All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis
The premise of this novel sounds incredible: every word is copyrighted and every word spoken must be paid for. It sounds wonderfully terrifying, and the sci-fi/dystopia crossover is a genre I adore.
3. Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
You can’t really go wrong with an LGBT contemporary YA romance (what a mouthful) so when I feel in the mood for a lighthearted read, I’ll reach straight for this one.
4. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
Although I fervently claim to not be a fan of historical fiction, this one has me gripped for some reason. It has LGBT themes and is listed as a fantasy crossover, so I’m excited to discover this critically acclaimed novel.
5. The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton
Every month, as a member, Goldsboro Books send me a new release: February’s offering was this murder mystery with elements of Groundhog Day. I’m sold.
6. Everless by Sara Holland
Ever since I was at YALC 2017 and proofs of this novel were being handed out, I’ve wanted to read it. Now that it’s actually in my possession, it’s time. Literally.
7. Geekerella by Ashley Poston
This Cinderella retelling has been on my TBR for a while, and with the number of positive reviews it has received in the blogosphere I really need to jump on the hype.
8. Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu
I first heard about this book when it was an inclusion in Zoella’s Book Club 2017, and since then it has garnered countless positive reviews and press.
9. Wildflower by Drew Barrymore
As a Drew Barrymore fan I’m somewhat ashamed that I didn’t know that this book existed until a few weeks ago when I found the audiobook was on sale and I immediately downloaded it. I’m excited to hear Drew narrating some stories from her life.
10. Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
With my English MA Dissertation fast approaching, I’m trying to read as much dystopian fiction as possible – as I have a vague idea that my topic is going to revolve around the genre, so I really need to read this classic.
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