The Broke and the Bookish is the Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR. I love this topic because it gives me time to think about what I want to read in the next little while. This is what I want to read this spring!
2. Ready Player One by Ernest Cline - I had zero interest in reading this one when it first came out. The whole gamer science fiction thing just didn't catch my attention. But then I started seeing the reviews and they were beyond glowing. And THEN I discovered that Wil Wheaton reads the audio and that my library has a copy on audio on their digital site. How can I pass that up?
3. Three Fates by Nora Roberts - I love new and shiny books but lately I've been realizing that I miss my old favorites so I'm trying to throw in a reread every so often. This book involving 2 countries, 2 time periods, 3 couples and a whole host of villains is the one I'm hoping to reread this spring.
4. Lost on Planet China by J. Maarten Troost - I've really enjoyed Troost's previous two books that chronicle his time spent on an atoll in the Pacific and then Tahiti so I'm super excited to read about his adventures in China.
6. Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen - Because what TBR would be complete without a thriller with an unreliable narrator? I'm super excited about this one about a woman whose boyfriend has quite literally disappeared without a trace.
7. Any Day Now by Robyn Carr - Robyn Carr is one of those authors that I'm always meaning to read more of but never quite manage to read as much as I'd like. I'm really looking forward to this 2nd book in the Sullivan's Crossing series.
8. Until You by Denise Grover Swank - I loved the first book in this contemporary romance series and am super excited about this second book!
9. Death in the Abstract by Emily Barnes - This cozy series about a former police chief turned artist has been on my radar for awhile and this one features a missing person mystery which is one of my favorite kinds of mysteries.
10. The God of the Hive by Laurie R. King - I'm woefully behind in this Sherlock Holmes?Mary Russell series. I read the one right before this last year and there were a lot of things left unresolved. I'm really looking forward to finding just how everything works out!
What are you looking forward to reading this spring?