Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR

I’ve said before that I don’t have a huge list of books coming out this year that I’m highly anticipating, and I’m not the kind of person to keep a mile-long TBR list. I do have a few that I hope to get to (either to read or cull) this spring, though. In no particular order:

  1. Markswoman – Mati Rehmotra
  2. White Sand vol 2 – Brandon Sanderson
  3. The Invasion – Peadar O’Guillin
  4. A Quiet Kind of Thunder – Sara Barnard
  5. I’ll Be Your Blue Sky – Marissa de los Santos
  6. The One – John Marrs
  7. Reign the Earth – AC Gaughen
  8. Tess of the Road – Rachel Hartman
  9. The Midnight Dance – Nikki Katz
  10. The Broken Girls – Simone St. James

I imagine 75% of this list will be tried-and-culled, but my to-investigate list is getting too large, so I’m hoping to knock some of these from it this spring!


Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

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3 Responses to Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR

  1. kay says:

    I’ve been eyeing both Markswoman and Reign the Earth, but I have so many YA fantasy novels to get to already that I’ve been a bit hesitant. I’d love to hear your thoughts on these two if you do get to them!
    And I definitely want to read The Invasion. The Call was so creepy and original, I wonder what’s coming next in this strange dark world!

    Good on you for keeping your lists short though; mine would probably give you nightmares! 🙂


    • Amanda says:

      Both of those books are on my maybe list. I’ve read the previews of them on Kindle, and now I’m just waiting for them to be available somewhere that I can read a bit further and decide if they’re my kind of book or not.


      • kay says:

        Ha! That’s kind of where I’m at, too. I think Reign the Earth interests me more, but I haven’t decided yet. Maybe if I get to read a few chapters more at the bookstore or library!


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