I rarely set a "to be read" (TBR) list for myself because my reading mood changes all the time, but I have a good feeling that I may be able to get through at least half of these books. Here's to sticking with what I say!
Paper Towns by John Green
John Green's books have either been a hit or miss with me (I loved The Fault in Our Stars but didn't like Looking for Alaska at all) so I'm interested to see how I feel about this one. I've heard a lot of mixed reviews but I like the idea of a road trip so I hope this ends well for me.
Rebel Belle by Rachel Hawkins
I was originally drawn to this book because of the cover, but the fact that is it funny has made me so eager to pick this up. I think it's categorized as a fantasy, but I'm almost certain that contemporary lovers will enjoy this. (I probably shouldn't say that because I haven't read it ... do it anyway :p)
To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han
I've finally secured my own copy of this book, so I have absolutely no excuses anymore. By the way, major points for the main character being Asian!
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman
I'm not even going to talk about this one because I've mentioned about it a million times and y'all know I have problems with reading books I actually want to read ...
The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski
The first book in this trilogy, The Winner's Curse, ended at a spot that makes my heart uneasy so I'll need to pick this up as soon as it arrives at my library. *Crossing my fingers in hopes of avoiding spoilers around the internet ...*
Girl Before a Mirror by Liza Palmer
After Hannah (from So Obsessed With) hosted a party for the release of this book, I knew I had to add it to my TBR list. I don't normally go for adult books, but I trust any and all of Hannah's recommendations!
I'll Meet You There by Heather Demetrios
I wasn't planning to read this book, but ALL of the bloggers I follow have been expressing their love for this one. After seeing in the library database, I couldn't help but add it to my requests.
The Fill-In Boyfriend by Kasie West
The first "SPRING" event that initially crossed my mind was prom, and this book covers a bit of that. I'm hoping this will be fun and not too sad!
99 Days by Katie Cotugno
There's just something about the main character, Molly, that captured my attention when I first read the synopsis. You know she's made some mistakes but you can't tell if she's sorry or not ...
Making Pretty by Corey Ann Haydu
I am really excited for this book, partially because it reminds me of Fangirl a bit but also because it sounds like a "sister" story. I don't have a sister, but I've always wanted an older one — I hope this allows me to somewhat enter that world.
Are you pretty good at sticking to your TBR? What are some of the books you're planning to read this spring? If you've read any of the books on this list, which ones did you like?
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