Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme by That Artsy Reader Girl and this week’s theme is what is on our TBR for the summer.
I was actually surprised by how many books I read from my spring TBR list. While I didn’t come close to finishing the list, it was fun looking back and actually crossing things off.
For the summer TBR, rather than just listing random books I want to read, I focused it more on books from my personal TBR because God knows I need to get that number down. These are the books I plan to get to when I finish my book club reads.
(All book covers are linked to Goodreads)
I bought this book a week or so ago with my birthday gift card, which has motivated me to finish my reread of the Langdon series. I am more than halfway through the fourth and final book before this one, so I have no doubts I will finish this one early on.
I have been eyeballing this book since I bought it and haven’t had a chance to get around to reading it. Plus I have heard so many people talk about it, I am curious to see what the hype is about.
I loved Everything I Never Told You so I almost picked up this book while I was at B&N buying my birthday books. I nearly got out of the check out line to go get it when I saw two other people had it in their hands.This is the only book not on my bookshelf right now but I have to read it.
There is nothing like summer than going to the Jersey shore and since the Plum series takes place in Jersey, well it’s time to read the second book in the series. I read the first one last summer and absolutely loved it.
A member in my book club let me borrow her copy because I keep talking about wanting to read this book. It’s also fitting that there is a quote from the author of Station Eleven.
It was hard choice between this book and Into the Wild but this one seemed more interesting. I have both on my shelf so, who knows, maybe I will read both.
I am on a kick with reading about people joining book clubs so why not add another to the list. You know I love my book clubs. LOL
I loved People of the Book so when I saw this at the book sale, I picked it up. I really want to read this sooner rather than later.
Since I really enjoyed The Blind Assassin and now have a sense of how broad of a write Atwood is, I can’t wait to read all of her books so I plan on finishing the ones I currently own. Figured I would go with this one for the summer.
I was first introduced to Larson’s writing style with In the Garden of Beasts. I loved it and didn’t feel like I was reading a nonfiction book. Every time I see this on my shelf, I am like “I have to read that.” Now is as good a time as any.
Now that I know which books from my personal TBR I want to get to right away, the next obstacle is which ones I read first. Why can’t I read them all at once?!
Have you read any of these? What did you think? What books are on your summer TBR? Let’s discuss!