Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Spring TBR

By now y’all know that I am a major mood reader and don’t make ironclad TBR lists for months or even for seasons. But I do love looking at a good TBR list, so I decided to post on the topic for today’s Top Ten Tuesday (hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. Here are some books I might get to this Spring:

Currently Checked Out from the Library:

 

Currently In the Holds Queue and Nearing Being Number 1:

 

Three Books I Own That I Might Get To this Spring:

Have you read any of these? What’s on your Spring TBR?

38 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Books on my Spring TBR

  1. I haven’t read any of these books but I recently got the first books by Jane Harper and My Sister the serial killer is also on my TBR. I hope you will enjoy all these titles if you get to read them. Happy reading 🙂

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  2. The more time passes the more I want to read My Sister the Serial Killer, too. I was also persuaded yesterday to read gruesome fantasy Black Leopard, Red Wolf, and I will also be looking to read At Dusk by Hwang Sok-yong, so these three are currently on my TBR for March.

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  3. I think you’ll enjoy going through Gretchen Rubin’s new book. I found a lot of useful tips in it. Just this past weekend I used her closet checklist to go through all my clothes and pull out about 20 items to give away or recycle. I’m really eager to read Maid, but I don’t think it’s made it over to the UK yet. I loved Quartet in Autumn — but shouldn’t you wait until October to read it? 😉 I also have a copy of Cold Comfort Farm and might make it my Classic of the Month sometime this year. Have fun reading whatever grabs you!

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    1. Thanks Rebecca. I’m excited about the Rubin. I am on a real “getting rid of stuff” kick. Ha ha about the Pym! That didn’t even cross my mind! I just picked one of hers that I own and is on my Classics Club list. 🙂

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      1. I’d suggest rereading it in autumn but reading it for the first time in spring, to mitigate the beautiful melancholy in the story. But that’s just me. 🙂

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  4. What a nice mix of styles and stories. I do have the habit of watching the “nearing number 1” stage with holds too, as suddenly the list can become unmanageable.

    I’m still working on Octavia Butler – I had to re-request a couple of titles because I hadn’t anticipated that other people would be reading her, given they are older books now – and I’m following up a friend’s manga recommendations so there will be more of that this spring too.

    But I am going to be choosing a new project too, so I’m looking forward to that. Is there anything more fun for a bookish gal?

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  5. I don’t usually end up reading most of the books on my seasonal TBR lists, but it’s still fun to make them and I definitely reading other people’s! THE LOST MAN is on my list today. I was on the very long hold list at the library and I just could not wait any longer so I bought it. I can’t wait to read it! I hope it’s as good as the Falk books.

    Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!

    Susan
    http://www.blogginboutbooks.com

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  6. Ooh, Cold Comfort Farm is so much fun and absolutely perfect for spring! I hope you’re able to pick it up soon. I’m very curious about The Hunting Party and My Sister, the Serial Killer too. Happy spring reading, Laila!

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      1. Once you’ve read it, be sure to check out the BBC adaptation from the ’90s. It stars Kate Beckinsale, Rufus Sewell, Eileen Atkins, Stephen Fry, and Ian McKellen and is so much fun.

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  7. I’ve read is My Sister and it is a great, dark, funny quick read. You’ll like it. Also, Care and Feeding which is a compelling contemporary novel. I want to read Manual for Cleaning.

    Two of the books I’m looking forward to for spring are: The Ash Family and Rules for Visiting. Both for different reasons- one seems dark and the other introspective and relatable.

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