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Today's topic is: The books topping my Spring TBR list
I haven't done a TTT for weeks, but I just cannot resist the semi-annual TBR lists. Looking at all the pretty covers of books that are almost out is one of my favorite things in the world. I tried to keep this to 10--ok, I didn't try too hard, but I did try to keep it reasonable.
To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
For months I've been dying to get my hands on this book about a girl whose private letters to ex-boyfriends get mailed to them. I was so that girl who wrote letters to boys in high school. Letters that they were never, ever supposed to see, of course.
What I Thought Was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick
From the author who wrote My Life Next Door. A swoon-y summertime romance. I could try to think of a third reason, but I think those two are enough.
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
A dark reimagining of Oz with Dorothy as the villain. Sold! I kept hoping this would show up on EW, but alas, it never did. Not too much longer now.
#scandal by Sarah Ockler
A girl agrees to go to the prom with her BFF's boyfriend when her friend gets too sick to go. Scandal erupts when the two kiss and pictures get splashed all over social media. Growing up in the 90s, I'm so, so glad that I never had to deal with social media as a teen. The issue fascinates me.
The Geography of Me and You by Jennifer E. Smith
A meet cute between two teens in NYC during a city-wide blackout leads to a long distance relationship. It sounds adorable.
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
This book about Hitler's niece sounds so intriguing.
House of Ivy and Sorrow by Natalie Whipple
Witches, that cover, and so and and so forth.
Don't You Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn
In a town where there is no sickness, every fourth year teens get infected with deadly urges. A girl's sister, named Piper, is in jail for leading several classmates into their watery graves. A retelling of the Pied Piper is genius. And who can read that title without immediately breaking into song (as you walk on by, will you call my name)?
Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour
A young set designer befriends a silver screen legend. I can't wait for this one.
The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder
Two NJ teens hit the road. I wish there were more friend books. Also, that cover is so gorgeous.
We Were Liars by E.Lockhart
I'll read whatever E.Lockhart writes. It's really just that simple.
Killer Instinct by S.E. Green
I haven't read any reviews for this novel that follows a teen girl who may be a serial killer, but I've seen a few dismal star-ratings. I won't be swayed from this one, though, and am hoping to be the black sheep.
Chapel Wars by Lindsay Levitt
A girl who has inherited her grandfather's Vegas wedding chapel finds herself falling for the son of the rival chapel across the street. Looks pretty cute.
The Falconer by Elizabeth May
I'm going to go ahead and admit that I only want to read this for that cover. I want that red hair.
Pointe by Brandy Colbert
A ballerina's friend returns after being abducted for four years. I love anything revolving around ballet, and this one sounds intriguing to boot.
The One & Only by Emily Giffin
I haven't enjoyed Ms. Giffin's last 3 books nearly as much as I enjoyed her first 3, but I'm hoping this one is awesome. We'll see. I do wonder why she never gets interesting covers.
That's it for me. There are several books coming out in April alone that I'm excited for that couldn't make the list. Spring is going to be a great season for books. What books are topping your Spring TBR list? Link me up!