Top Ten Books At The Top Of My Spring 2013 TBR List
"Stormdancer" by Jay Kristoff - Even though I have this one sitting on my nightstand, just waiting to be picked up and probably finished before the first official day of Spring (March 20th, I looked it up), my excitement for this book is such that it deserves to top two TTT lists. In a row. Why? Two words: Japanese steampunk.
"Shadowfever" by Karen Marie Moning- The fifth (and last) book to what is shaping up to be my favorite urban/paranormal fantasy series ever. I have a very unhealthy obsession with one mysterious-as-feck Jericho Barrons. The only reason this doesn't top the list is because, well, c'mon. Japenese steampunk...duh.
|My Jericho Barrons. Now, go. Flock to the bookstores, my pretties.|
"The Archived" by Victoria Schwab - Because a world in which our dead are hidden in an underground archive is a world I never want to live in. But would love to read about.
"Boundless" by Cynthia Hand - Christian, Tucker, Christian, Tucker.... And some angels and stuff. But mostly Christian and Tucker.
"Jellicoe Road" by Melina Marchetta - If I had a dollar for every 5-star review I've seen for this book, I'd have enough to money to feed my book addiction for
a year. Six months. At least a month.
"A Memory Of Light" by Robert Jordan - The final chapter to the series that started my love for epic fantasy, and further kindled my love for books. I don't want to see it end, but damn do I want to see how it goes down.
"Shatter Me" by Tehereh Mafi - Both my inner cover whore and my inner Rogue (the chick who can't touch anyone without draining them from X-Men) demands this of me.
"Pivot Point" by Kasie West - There are two futures for me; the one in which I read Pivot Point this Spring, and the one in which I don't. I choose the one in which I do. Bad things happen in the one in which I don't.... *shudders*
"Stolen" by Kelley Armstrong - I need more Clay/Elena.
"Delirium" by Lauren Oliver - I can think of no fewer than three people who will hurt me if I don't finally read this one. Or, you know, text their displeasure to me. Either way, I'd rather just read it.
So there you have it, my top ten must-reads for the season! Want to tell me how awesome my list is, what I'm missing, or what's on yours? Do so in the comments!