“The Friday before winter break, my mom packed me an overnight bag and a few deadly weapons, and took me to a new boarding school.”First line in The Titan’s Curse by Rick Riordan
Hi, guys and welcome to this week’s Top Ten Tuesday post. This week’s topic is pretty straight forward: my spring TBR. Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
I’m so bad at planning so many months worth of reading but I gave it a try. A lot of them are continuations of series but I’m also planning on starting a few new ones. That means that I have 7 books on this list but it’s technically longer with all their sequels. Enjoy!
The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan
I want to continue my journey through The Wheel of Time and get as far as possible before the show starts. The Dragon Reborn is book 3 in the series.
The Electric Heir by Victoria Lee
This is the sequel to The Fever King, which I read last year. I’m so excited for the continuation which is out today!
The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers
I need to get to this one soon! I made a 5-star prediction post several months ago now, and this is the only one from that list I still need to read. It’s also my last chance to actually have a 5-star read from that list.
Edgedancer by Brandon Sanderson
Technically a short story/novella from The Stormlight Archive series but it has the size of a regular book basically. I only need to read this and then Oathbringer before I’m caught up with the series which I would love to be before the next book comes out in November.
Chainbreaker by Tara Sim
This is the sequel to Timekeeper, which I read September last year and loved and then never continued with the series. It’s stupid because I already feel like I might have to read a summary of Timekeeper before I jump into this one.
The Absolutist by John Boyne
This is mainly on here because I need to read a standalone once in a while. I can’t keep starting series. I’d love to just finish a book and not feel the pressure to pick up a sequel immediately. I’ve been in the mood for historical fiction lately, and this one sounded quite interesting.
Those were a couple of the books I hope to read in the next few months. Let me know what your reading plans are. Happy reading!