June 18, 2012
Top Ten Tuesday
This week it's all about our summer TBRs!
I decided to make the first half books I still need to get and the second half books that are already sitting on my shelf.
1. Ten Things we did and probably Shouldn't Have by Sarah Mlynowski
I've heard amazing things about this one, I love, love, love contemporary novels AND it's coming out in paperback in July so yes, I need to get it!
2. Frio by Laurie Halse Anderson
Not that I have read Wintergirls yet. It's just that I'm so smart and wise that I know I will like it and preorder the sequel weeks before it'd be necessary.
3. Hide and Seek by Sara Shepard
I feel like Sara Shepard has the fourth book in this series coming out a year after the first. Which is weird. How fast can that woman type??? Whatever, I think she should keep up with the speed - I love her series!
4. 52 Reasons to Hate My Father by Jessica Brody
This sounds like the perfect book to read during my lunch breaks at work when all I see is the beautiful weather outside and all I get to do is stare at a computer screen calculating prices for products I don't even know!
5. Impulse by Ellen Hopkins
Oh, well. I am that girl buying a book just for its cover, realizing way too late that it's a sequel and then going out again, head down, picking up book no.1. Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading Impulse and Perfect because everyone seems to love them and I've never read a book in verse and I hear Ellen Hopkins is amazing :D
6. Someone Like You by Sarah Dessen
This, my lovely readers, is part of a little special I'm planning for Summer Reading in July!
7. Born Wicked by Jessica Spotswood
I'm having a huge debate with myself over this one. The problem? It looks like a fall book, but I want to read it now - right now!! But seriously guys? Those colors? Totally fall.
8. How To Save a Life by Sara Zarr
Oh, awesome right? Footprints in the snow. How summer-y. But whatever. I wanted this so badly and then I got it for my birthday and all those people out there love it so why wait until winter? Like...honestly!
9. Belles by Jen Calonita
Wanted this despite all the mixed reviews I heard. Might regret it, might not. Fact is, my life would never feel complete without my trying this book.
10. The Catastrophic History of You and Me by Jess Rothenberg
You need an explanation? Read the synopsis.