Top Ten Books At The Top Of My Summer TBR List
I am pretty sure that the books on top of my summer TBR list were probably the same ones on my spring list because I have done very little reading lately because I have just been so busy. However, let’s see what I want to read this summer, what I will actually read, and what will land on top of my fall reading list!
1. Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins – I have been trying to finish the Hunger Games series forever and I keep getting distracted. I will say that this second book isn’t nearly as appealing as the first. I read the first book within a day or two, because I couldn’t put it down!
2. Divergent by Veronica Roth – My friend recently told me she loved this book, and was waiting for the third installment to come in. I actually went out and bought this one as there is still a huge waiting list for the book at the library.
3. World War Z by Max Brooks – Creepy….
4. Someday, Someday Maybe by Lauren Graham – Yes, the Lauren Graham from Gilmore Girls and Parenthood. I have heard she is actually a brilliant and witty writer as well. I have to admit, she is my favorite TV mom.
5. Joyland by Stephen King – I enjoy King’s works, and I especially enjoy his books that are not necessary in the horror realm, because he writes some really intriguing characters. This book is a murder mystery, though from the description, it may still have some supernatural elements like many of his non-horror books do.
6. The Hour I First Believed- I read some of Wally Lambs books years ago, and enjoyed them. I have been meaning to revisit this author for a while.
7. The Host by Stephenie Meyer – This book has been on my TBR list forever.
8. I’ve Got Your Number by Sophie Kinsella – Her books are hilarious, and I have read many of her others. Her characters are always hilarious, and I laugh out loud more than I do reading anything else.
9. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn – I really don’t have a clue what this one is about, but I have heard it is outstanding and has a nice twisty ending.
10. Anything but Typical by Nora Raleigh Baskin- This is a book about an 12 year old boy who is autistic, and how is deals with the world. I have heard it is really good.