So I’m actually doing the top 11 books on my TBR list, though I’m going to start with the ones I own. Check out the post on The Broke and the Bookish for more Top 10 Tuesday posts.
- The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson — Just started this one. Got to see Anderson, along with Erin Jade Lange, last weekend at the Tucson Festival of Books, which was awesome.
- Dead Ends by Erin Jade Lange — Have you read Butter? Have you? Oh, you totally should. So I have a thing about author loyalty. I will totally read everything that Erin writes. Forever.
- Divergent (series reread) by Veronica Roth. With the movie coming out, and the recent (relatively) release of Allegiant, it’s time to tackle this series again.
- Cress by Marissa Meyer — because I haven’t gotten to it yet and I loved the first two. I’m going to try not to read the first two before I read this one.
- Wise Young Fool by Sean Beaudoin — Finished The Infects in February, loved it, and now must read the rest of Beaudoin’s backlist.
- Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi — because my friends like it and I like books about people with superpowers who are trying to figure out what to do with their superpowers.
- The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken — because my friend AJ really likes it and was talking about it, and so I bought it. Did I mention superpowers? Yeah, it’s totally going to be the topic of next week’s Feature Shelf.
- Panic by Sharon Draper — a friend of mine sponsors a teen dating violence club at school and I think this might be an interesting “book club” type read for them.
- Wool by Hugh Howey — the teacher who suggested I read Ready Player One also suggested I read this one. I had an Amazon gift card, so I picked up the first omnibus.
- The Shadow Throne (The Ascendence Trilogy, #3) by Jennifer A. Nielsen — Again, one of the series I’m in the middle of that I’m uber excited about.
- The Living by Matt de la Pena, who is a new member of the censorship club according to Laurie Halse Anderson (see this video for some context). Said club was started by Chris Crutcher.
So what books are on your Spring 2014 TBR list?