Today’s Top Ten Tuesday topic by thatartsyreadergirl is the top books on my Spring TBR list. A lot of these may have appeared on my Winter TBR post…I didn’t seem to get very far!
1. Shouldn’t You Be In School? by Lemony Snicket
It’s the third book in the All the Wrong Questions series, I haven’t read any Snicket’s books in ages so I can’t wait to get into this one. His style of writing is so unique!
2. The Storm Sister by Lucinda Riley
This was definitely on my Winter list, I’m still really looking forward to reading it though, it’s only two books away!!
3. The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett
Although this is the second Discworld novel I haven’t read it yet! I’ve read lots of his book in a completely random order but I’m now tracking down the ones left.
4. Saturday Requium by Nicci French
I miss Frieda…this was also on my Winter list but I actually have the book now so we’re all set.
5. Why Is This Night Different From All Other Nights? by Lemony Snicket
The last in the series, I tried to not read the third and this one too close together because if I read too many books that are similar together, I tend to get bored.
6. Pyramids by Terry Pratchett
The seventh book in the Discworld series as with all of Pratchett’s books this looks funny, strange and wonderful.
7. Transcription by Kate Atkinson
I’m so excited for this book, I’ve been waiting for it to come out in paperback and it’s finally due out next month! It’s set in WWII and the Cold War, it follows a woman who joins MI5 and once peace is declared expects her job to be over but she’s very wrong. I don’t know a lot about the Cold War so this will be so interesting.
8. The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Kate Morton
Again I’ve been waiting for this to be published in paperback form and the time is almost here! I love all of Kate Morton’s books, she never disappoints.
9. The Virgin’s Spy by Laura Andersen
I really enjoyed the first book of this series and I’m eager to find out how all the characters are getting on.
10. The Shadow Sister by Lucinda Riley
If I make this far before the Summer I’ll be seriously impressed. The third book in the series, this one is set in England and follows Star on her journey of discovery.
What are you planning to read over the Spring?