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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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Ten Books on My Spring 2014 TBR

Top Ten Tuesday
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at The Broke and the Bookish with a bookish topic - list style.
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Ooooo, so many books... this is like choosing my favorite book. O_O

Actually, choosing my favorite book is worse. A TBR though... I'll just play wack a book.
  • Reached by Allie Condie - because... because I need to get rid of a series! Out of the many I've probably unintentionally asked to eat my dust.
  • The Void of Mist and Thunder by James Dashner - also another book series I need to finish, although I've heard that there may be a 5th book. The author mentioned this is the last though.
  • Prison Nation by Jenni Merritt
  • Ink by Amanda Sun
  • Blood-Kissed Sky by J.A. London - Yes... same reason as books 1 and 2...
  • City of Swords by Mary Hoffman
  • Thrall by Jennifer Quintenz - I'm tacking on a review request. But I did get as a freebie from Amazon beforehand. I'm not sure if there's anything wrong with that. Tacking on a review pile book, that is. O_O
  • What's the 2nd Book in The Slayer Chronicles by Heather Brewer? Shame on me on forgetting a local author's books.
  • I didn't want to tack on a first book in a series (Ink).
  • But I did!
Any books on your TBR list??? Fortunately it's spring break. Even better for me! Sort of. :D



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