This week’s topic for Top Ten Tuesday is “books on my Spring 2014 TBR (to be read) list. I’d like to see how many of these I’ll get through. I’ll set this goal and hopefully achieve it before summer comes around.
I have a fascination with this era. I don’t mind Scott Fitzgerald’s writing, but I’ve never read much about Zelda. After reading The Paris Wife, I’ll read almost any book that features this group of people.
I’ve heard so much about this book and so I currently have it sitting in by chapters.indigo.ca shopping cart. I find the narrator, a death row inmate, to be a strange and fascinating choice for a speaker.
I fell in love with Emma Donoghue’s writing with her first novel, Room. I really can’t wait to pick up her latest novel.
I’m always seeking out the next graphic novel that I want to add to my collection and this one fits the bill. I’m super excited to pick up a copy of this one.
I heard about this one from More Than Just Magic. I’m always up for a good witch/wizard story. Plus, I think the cover is pretty cool.
War. CIA. Rebel factions. What’s stopping you from picking up this book?
And returning to my favourite time period (the early Twentieth Century), I can think of nothing better than diving head first into the pages of New York City’s magically romantic, bootlegging,, mystical society.
The Goodreads description grabbed me on this novel. I’m so intrigued. The description reveals very little about this book, but I do know there will be secrets and plenty of lies.
This novel sounds like a very touching and heart-wrenching story. It addresses a difficult subject and is really about a girl trying to find acceptance for who she is.
I’m curious about this one. A lot of people seem to be comparing it to The Hunger Games. We’ll see. I’d like to find out what it’s like for myself.