Top Ten Tuesday- Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish list prompt originally hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and currently hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. The theme for this week is: ‘SPRING 2020 TBR’

1- Too Scared To Tell by Cathy Glass: I’ve read every book by this author, and of course this instantly went on my TBR since it came out last week. I have a minimal bookshelf atm so didn’t want to buy, and I have a copy reserved at the library, but due to isolation I’ve had to postpone.

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2- The Conference of Birds by Ransom Riggs: I’m not usually a fantasy reader, but I’m so invested into this series. Today I finished book 3, so I’m excited to read this next! (Same situ as above with library reservation)

3- Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs: I didn’t even know this book existed until a google search the other day. I’m so invested in the characters in this series, that I need to read every thing!

4- A Street Cat named Bob by James Bowen: I saw this at the movies a few years ago, and realised I had never read the book… (I normally always read the book before the movie). So I remembered I still needed to read this!

5- Black Beauty by Anna Sewell: If you’re a regular reading of my blog, you’ll know that this year I am trying to read more classics. My friend was telling me this was in her top favourite books, so I’m deciding now is a good time to pick this up!

6- The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame: Again, another classic that I haven’t read before. I’m not sure why, but it gives me Spring feelings! I can’t believe I’ve not read this yet, as I’m a sucker for quaint things like this!

7- The End of the World Running Club by Adrian J Walker: I don’t know anything about this book, but my partner bought it home and never read it, and I’m determined to read everything in the house, especially during these isolation weeks! I wonder what I’ve gotten myself into. (Hopefully tame enough for me haha)

8- The Girls by Lori Lansens: I somehow got this book for free, I can’t really remember, but it was in my donation pile due to my minimal bookshelf. I read the blurb before donating and decided to read it before it goes. A book about twins joined at the skull. I haven’t read a book like this before.

9- 1984 by George Orwell: I stared this book before, but I guess didn’t enjoy it as I put it down after a few chapters. I’m determined to read it, as it’s so well loved!

10- Find Audrey by Sophie Kinsella: YA is my favourite genre, so I had to put at least one on the list!


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