Top Ten Tuesday: Spring TBR List

March 12, 2013 Top Ten Tuesday 32

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the awesome people at The Broke and Bookish, who love lists as much as I do!

Top Ten Books on the TOP of my spring TBR list.

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1. The Diviners by Libba Bray

I’ve wanted to read this for some time but it’s just so big! I keep picking up other, shorter reads.

2. Through the Ever Night by Veronica Rossi

I’m really excited to see what happens next!

3. Requiem by Lauren Oliver

I’m torn between wanting to read it and not wanting to read it. I don’t want the series to be over, but I really want to know what happens. I’m also a little nervous that I might not love it, and that would make me sad.

4. Pivot Point by Kasie West

I love the cover, the concept and all the people I trust love it so it should be excellent!

5. Size 12 and Ready to Rock by Meg Cabot

I accidentally saw a spoiler for something that happens and that makes me sad. But also excited because it’s a good spoiler. I just wish I would have been able to read it in the book instead of on the internet.

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6. 11th Hour by James Patterson

I know, I know. James Patterson doesn’t even write his own books any more. But I really like the Women’s Murder Club series and I just can’t give it up!

7. Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor

I loved Daughter of Smoke and Bone so I’m very eager to get to the next book.

8. Paper Towns by John Green

This is my cousin’s favorite John Green book and she’s been after me to read it for like 4 years now. I promised her the other day that I would get to it soon.

9. Boundless by Cynthia Hand

Another book that I want to read but I don’t want to read. Not sure if I’m ready for this series to end either.

10. Witch World by Christopher Pike

I don’t know why I’ve waited so long to read this!

Kimberly

32 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Spring TBR List”

  1. Lori

    The Diviners is soooo amazing! I loved it so much. I wasn’t ready for the Delirium or Unearthly series to end either, but I was happy with how they did end. :)
    My Top Ten Tuesday

  2. ....Petty Witter

    Though I have read several of these authors books I haven’t read a single one on your list though I do have Boundless reserved at the library.

  3. Leah Woods

    Same with a lot of them, The Diviners, Blood and Starlight, Requiem, Pivot Point! I really hope you enjoy them all and get the chance to read them!
    Here’s my TTT :)

  4. Nina

    I really want to read the Delirium series. It sounds awesome and I love the covers.

    Fingers crossed the last book will blow you away! (In a good way of course! lol)

    Nina fromJ’adore Happy Endings

  5. Christina

    The Diviners is fabulous, but it does feel long.

    I need to read Through the Ever Night too!

    Though I’ve yet to read Pandemonium, I’m already sort of convinced I won’t read Requiem. I’ve heard the ending ruins the series for a lot of people. This scares me.

    PIVOT POINT! So good!

    Awwww, spoiler? Sad day. Now I’m trying to remember what it would have been. Oh, my memory.

    Days of Blood and Starlight is one I’m meaning to get to. I even bought it, intending to read it pronto, but….

    Paper Towns is my second least favorite John Green book, but, hey, even his less good ones are awesome.

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      I plan on reading Requiem next because I just need to get it over with I think. The more I put it off the more I’m going to agonize over whether or not I’ll like it.

      Turns out the spoiler wasn’t actually a spoiler. I’m just an idiot and forgot specifically what happened at the end of Big Boned. I am lame.

  6. Jessie Marie

    Damn, I miss the real James Patterson books. Along Came a Spider? The first Women’s Murder Club books? He used to pen such awesome, hair-raising books. I’d like to shake him and figure out what the hell happened.

    So many books on your list I need to get to as well – Through the Ever Night. Pivot Point. Requiem (though I’m scared). The entire Unearthly series!

  7. Lettie

    I loved Through The Ever Night- definitely a great middle book!
    I completely forgot The Diviners and I’m reading my way through the Delirium trilogy so hopefully I’ll finish it this spring!
    I love how clean your blog design is :)
    Spring TBR

  8. Lauren @ Love is not a triangle

    LOVE LOVE Through The Ever Night and Days of Blood and Starlight. Boundless didn’t go as planned for me, but I hope you enjoy it! I have the same thoughts on THE DIVINERS, but keep hearing it’s fantastic, so I must get over the heft and start reading.

  9. Jenny

    These types of TTT stress me out. I can’t get to all the books I want to this year! Let alone this spring. I want to get to Pivot Point soon too.

  10. Lauren

    AWesome List!!!! TTEN, Requiem and especially Pivot Point are GREAT!!!! Witch World has been on my list for awhile as well. I can’t wait to see what you think of these and look forward to your reviews!!!!

    Lauren @ Lose Time Reading

  11. Candace

    I just read Requiem today and I was SO stressed to read it for the same reasons but I was surprised that it was much easier going than I expected. Just don’t over think it, pick it up randomly and start reading and even if you don’t love it you’ll see what happens. I did like it, btw.
    Through the Ever Night, I STILL need to read too!
    I read Paper Towns recently and it was the last of his to read (for me) and I really liked it.
    The Diviners is great! But it’s super long, which is what stressed me out a bit.
    I need to read Boundless too! All these sequels are killing me!

    • Kimberly @ On the Wings of Books

      I’m reading Requiem next. I have to just get it over with because I’m agonizing over it way to much. Glad to hear you liked it!

      Sequels are killing me too! I want to read them ALL, but I don’t have nearly enough time!