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Top Ten Books At The Top Of My Summer TBR ListLooking back at my TTT for my Spring TBR list… I think I did rather okay. I ended up having 12 books on that list, and I read 8 of them!
1. The Distance Between Us by Kasie West
I finally pre-ordered this last Sunday. You don’t even know guys. I can’t wait. I must have this. As soon as it gets in, I’ll probably put down whatever I’m reading at the time because this has priority. With the early reviews also glowingly positive, the wait is just killing me.
2. All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
I can’t even guys. TIME TRAVEL. The first bloggers are reading this now and only have really awesome things to say. Since I’m participating in the blog tour, I get to read it early too. Sadly my review won’t post until September, but I’ll make sure to squeeze it in soon.
3. Origin by Jennifer L. Armentrout
I can’t believe this is finally coming out in August. It feels like it’s been forever since Opal, though it hasn’t even been a year. Considering that asdfjkl; killer cliffhanger too… Ugh. I need it already. Maybe I’ll reread the first three to prepare myself for the undoubtedly awesome Origin.
4. Just Like Fate by Cat Patrick and Suzanne Young
I can’t wait to read this, so it’s a good thing I have an e-galley of it. Parallel universes guys. Possibly my new favorite subgenre. And though I haven’t read anything by Cat Patrick or Suzanne Young before, both of them have such great reputations that I’m sufficiently pumped.
5. After Eden by Helen Douglas
I should be reading this in the coming week! I’m a bit skeptical about it because from the blurb it seems like it will be really romance centered, and hopefully it won’t resort to Ink-like stalker tendencies. But TIME TRAVEL. asdfjkl; I hope it manages to be awesome.
6. Altered by Jennifer Rush
This book comes with the highest recommendations from my bookish twin, Amber. She’s been raving about it. So I decided it would be my first read for the debut-a-thon next week! Apparently I should prepare myself for really hot boys? 🙂
7. Arclight by Josin L. McQuein
I’m planning on reading this for the debut-a-thon as well. If you’ve been around the blogosphere, you know this has gotten crazy positive reviews. The only reason for my hesitance has been that people said it’s kind of really creepy. So I’ll be reading it during the day. In the sunlight. Yep.
8. A Midsummer’s Nightmare by Kody Keplinger
After completely falling in love with The DUFF, I knew I had to check out Kody Keplinger’s other books as well. Quite a few people seem to think A Midsummer’s Nightmare is even better than The DUFF, which I didn’t think was possible. It sounds awesome though, so I can’t wait to read it.
9. The School for Good and Evil by Soman Chainani
This has gotten pretty mixed reviews, but I’m still extremely curious. It just sounds so awesome, and not only because of the pretty book trailer. I really hope it’s not going to be a case of cover fraud, because that cover totally made me buy this book. Anyway, yay middle grade fantasy!
10. Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead
If you know me at all, guys… you’ve probably heard me saying, “EW VAMPIRES NO.” But now… Amber and Judith have teamed up and are forcing me. Since Judith is lending me her copy, I will definitely be reading it. We’ll see how this goes.
I’m kind of terrified guys, help.
So… what do you think of my list? Which books are on yours?