Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This weeks theme is top ten book on your fall TBR. Since I live in Australia it is currently spring, but still. There will always be books. So here they are:
The Heir and The Crown by Kiera Cass
These are both books that I have been planning to read for a while and I finally managed to borrow them from the library. Their covers are so pretty so I plan to buy them to add to my bookshelf. I have heard mixed things about these books but either way they will be a light and fast read.
The Death Cure
I’ve gotten part way through this book a few times before but never managed to finish it. I want to know what is happening and finish the series already. Plus once I finish it I can read the novellas which will go a long way towards helping me catch up on my goodreads goal.
The Mara Dyer Trilogy
I have heard so many things about this series so I plan to read them before the end of the year. My library has the first two and hopefully I will be able to find the third somewhere so that I can read it too.
Six of Crows
This is one of my friend’s favourite books, and with the sequel coming out TODAY there is no better time to add it to my TBR. I need to get to these books pronto.
The Grisha Trilogy
Because Six of Crows is set in the same world as the Grisha trilogy I want to get to those books first. I don’t want to be left confused…. however I know they don’t have many of the same characters and are completely different style wise… I guess we’ll see.
A Court of Thorns and Roses
I’ve read the whole Throne of Glass series so I need to get to these ASAP. I know where I can borrow them, but I just haven’t quite gotten around to it yet.
I read Red Rising and Golden Son earlier this year (my reviews here and here) and I want to get onto Morning Star as soon as I can. I am hoping that this series wraps up nicely because I want to love it, but I have a bad feeling about the ending.
I am half way through this book and I really want to get through it so I can see how it ends. I really like this take on a dystopian world and I am looking forward to seeing how it all wraps up.
I am half way through the first book of this series and I am intrigued. One of my friends loved the first book in this series but I’m not so sure. It seems very plot oriented and made for the big screen. There are just too many characters for their development to be good.
I am looking forward to reading a lot more Jane Austen over the next few months and Emma is high on my list. I really enjoyed the movie Clueless which is loosely based off this novel, so I am excited to get started.
What books are on your TBR for the next few months?