Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR

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The theme for this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is top ten books on my TBR for fall (which is really spring in Australia, so I’ve changed the title). Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by the gang at The Broke and The Bookish.

This top ten list will include books that will be released from September to November, as well as other books I have on my TBR that I hope to get to ASAP! I haven’t included any September releases that I’ve already read. As always, this list is in no particular order.


1. Winter – Marissa Meyer
Winter is probably my most anticipated release of the year. I absolutely love The Lunar Chronicles – it’s one of my favourite series. Cress ended on such a high that I need to know what happens next! Winter will be released on November 10.

2. Ice Like Fire – Sara Raasch
Snow Like Ashes was one of the top ten books I’ve read so far this year (check out last week’s Top Ten Tuesday for my other favourite books of 2015) so I’m really excited to pick up the second book in the trilogy, Ice Like Fire. I can’t wait to see what happens next to Meira and Theron ❤ Ice Like Fire will be released on October 13.

3. Tonight The Streets Are Ours – Leila Sales
This was one of my Goodreads recommendations from a couple months back and it sounded like such a fun contemporary that I had to pre-order it. It seems like a fast-paced book and the main characters are bloggers! It was released on September 15, but my copy only just arrived today. Hopefully I can get to it sometime this week!

4. Illuminae – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff
I’m sure this has been on everyone’s wishlist since people started getting beautiful hardcover ARCs a couple months ago. This is another one of my most anticipated reads of the year so I’m excited to get my hands on it. Illuminae will be released on October 20.

5. The Heart Goes Last – Margaret Atwood
I requested this book from the publisher and I received an ARC of it a couple weeks ago. I don’t usually like dystopians but the premise of this book sounded so interesting that I had to see what it was about. It doesn’t have very good ratings so far but hopefully I’ll enjoy it anyway. This book will be released on September 24 in the UK and Australia, and September 29 in the US.

6. Walk on Earth a Stranger – Rae Carson
This book is actually released today! I’ve heard so many good things about Walk on Earth a Stranger on the blogosphere and Booktube that I need to jump on the bandwagon too. I love books with historical elements so I think this will be right up my alley.

7. What We Saw – Aaron Hartzler
This seems like a YA novel with a really important message. I received an ARC of this book from HarperCollins Australia so keep your eyes out for a review! This book is released today in the US but won’t be out in Australia until November 23 (I think?). I’ll have a review up sometime in November!

8. Six of Crows – Leigh Bardugo
I haven’t read the Grisha trilogy yet but I’ve heard only positive reviews for Six of Crows, which can be read even if you haven’t read the Grisha trilogy. If you’ve read the Grisha trilogy and Six of Crows, let me know if you think I should read the trilogy first! Six of Crows will be released on September 29.

9. The Raven Boys – Maggie Stiefvater
I’ve had the Raven Cycle books on my shelf for almost a year now and I hope to marathon them some time this year so that I can join the rest of the world in reading the finale, The Raven King.

10. The Rest of Us Just Live Here – Patrick Ness
It’s a little bit embarrassing that I haven’t read a Patrick Ness book yet so I’ve decided to start with The Rest of Us Just Like Here, his most recent release. This is actually my current read so hopefully I’ll be done with it either today or tomorrow.


What are your most anticipated releases for the rest of the year? And what are you currently reading?

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36 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books On My Spring TBR

  1. Amy says:

    I am looking forward to so many books on this list! Winter, Illuminae, The Rest of Us Just Live Here, Walk on Earth a Stranger!! So many fantastic books are being published this time of the year and I just want to swallow them all up!!!! Plus I can’t get over my excitement that Winter is going to be over 800 pages long!!!! SO MUCH LUNAR CHRONICLES!!!! The Raven Boys series is so strange, but it works in a way that is just perfect!! Great list!! 🙂

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  2. fiddlerblue says:

    There are so many new books coming out I dont know where to begin, lol. I also have Patrick Ness’ book on my TBR, it sounds interesting doesn’t it? A different perspective and definitely uncommon 😛 I hope you enjoy reading your list!

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  3. Michelle @ Pink Polka Dot Books says:

    I hope you read The Raven Boys!! Maggie’s writing is just so beautiful… and the characters!! It’s a magical series! I haven’t read a Patrick Ness book either 😦 But I think The Rest of Us Just Live Here will be my first since I own it. What We Saw was pretty powerful. I wish I would have liked the main girl better, but it seems like I might be the only one who didn’t LOVE the book. Hopefully you will like it better 🙂

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    • Jenna @ Reading with Jenna says:

      The Rest of Us Just Like Here is great so far! It’s easy to read and I’m really connecting with the main character.

      I feel like I’m going to either love or hate What We Saw. It’s either going to be amazing or I’m going to find many tiny things that I don’t like about it. We’ll have to see, I guess 🙂

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  4. Lydia Tewkesbury says:

    I hope you’re enjoying The Rest of Us Just Live Here. I loved it. I think it’s especially good for getting over annoying YA tropes. It’s such a great YA satire – but in a loving way, of course.

    The Six of Crows is on my TBR too! I just pre-ordered and I can’t wait!

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  5. aentee @ read at midnight says:

    I will try and write my review of Ice Like Fire tomorrow and send the book to you, sorry for all the delays, I had a surprise visit from a family member that really put everything in my life off axis haha. WHY DIDN’T THEY CALL ME BEFORE BOOKING THEIR FLIGHT?

    I am finishing up The Rest of Us Just Lives Here tonight and I thought it was so beautifully written, I think you’ll enjoy it a lot!

    I want to check out Six of Crows as well, despite not liking Shadow and Bone because OMG THE BOOK IS BEAUTIFULLLL. I am shallow. I am not ashamed.

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