Welcome to another Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the awesome people over at The Broke and the Bookish! I don’t know about you, but making these lists is one of the highlights of my blogging week.
Should I admit that? It makes me sound a little OCD/nerdy.
Then again, if you’ve read my blog for any length of time, you already know I’m nerdy. And you’ve probably guessed I’m a little OCD. So…I guess it doesn’t hurt anything to admit it.
So the topic for today is wonderful, because for once, I’m not going to struggle with my answers! If anything, I have too many answers this week. But summer is only so long, and my money is only so plentiful (or…not), so truthfully, it may be a stretch to even get to these.
I will do my best!
Top Ten Books On My Summer TBR List
(For the purposes of this list, I’m not including books I received for review. Which are plentiful, and will also get read. But these are the ones that are just for me.)
These are in no particular order. I will read them as they become available and the fancy strikes. Because sadly, I don’t own all of these.
For Darkness Shows the Stars by Diana Peterfreund.
Guys. It’s JANE AUSTEN. Set as a DYSTOPIAN. In SPACE. Are you KIDDING ME?
Across the Universe by Beth Revis.
First, this book has been sitting on my shelf for what feels like ages. Second, it sounds like a freakishly awesome sci-fi story IN SPACE. Third…wait, I don’t need a third. “Freakishly awesome sci-fi story IN SPACE” was enough.
Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin.
Because it’s getting to be ridiculous that I haven’t read this yet.
The Rise of Nine by Pittacus Lore.
Okay, I’ll admit this series is not “great literature,” but I really want to know how it ends.
The Kill Order by James Dashner.
WHY WERE THEY IN THE MAZE? I also need to read the two Maze Runner sequels sometime between now and the release of this book. So maybe I’ll know by the time it comes out why they were in the maze. But I’ll want to read it anyway.
The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab.
I’ve heard lots of great things about this book, plus it’s a new fairy tale, and fairy tales = GOOD.
Incarnate by Jodi Meadows.
This is another one I’ve heard great things about. Plus, I have so much cover love for this book. I’d get it for the cover alone. I could keep it on my shelf and never read it and it would still make me happy.
But I will read it, because I have heard great things.
The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.
Because eventually the world is going to realize I haven’t read this yet, and they’re going to revoke my blogger credentials.
The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness.
I’ve got to admit, this book kind of terrifies me. I wanted to throw the first one across the room. But I need to know what happens. I need to know.
The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson.
Another fantasy that I’ve heard is awesome that I haven’t read. Time to remedy that situation.
And obviously, I have oodles of potentially awesome review books to get through as well. Hopefully I’ll be able to fit everything in. But if I don’t, I just have to keep reminding myself that I am no longer in school. If I don’t finish my summer reading during summer, I will not get a bad grade. (I don’t even think my fifth grade teacher will notice.) So I’m going to try not to sweat it if summer reading turns into fall reading.
What books are you planning on reading this summer?