Top Ten Tuesday (TTT) brought to you by The Broke and the Bookish.
I haven’t been doing TTT for long, but this list feels a bit reminiscent to my list a few weeks ago, Ten Books I Plan to Have in My Beach Bag this Summer. Those 10 books are ones I’m hoping to get to this summer. Or would be fun to read during the summer. So I guess I’ll do my…
Top Ten Books on my TBR (OTHER than in my Beach Bag) for Summer 2015
…okay, it’s really 14 books. And I may or may not get to all of them this summer, depending on how many other unexpected books come my way. But a girl can dream.
This is one I’ve been wanting to get to for a while.
The Silkworm by Robert Galbraith
These books have been on my shelf for too long, and I need to crack them open! It’s not that I don’t want to read them. But I just keep picking up new books at the library instead.
Believing the Lie by Elizabeth George
Inferno by Dan Brown
The Patriot Threat by Steve Berry – Okay, I’ve only had this one since April but I thought I would have read it by now.
Just saw a review for this book a few weeks ago, and looks like one that both my boys and I will enjoy.
Elijah Dart: Angel of Death by Jonathan Ferrara
Wizard of Oz Twists
I love a good fairy tale twist, and I’ve seen great reviews for these two fresh takes on The Wizard of Oz.
Spelled by Betsy Schow
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
Finish the Series
…or at least make some progress. Especially Time’s Edge and Scarlet, since the conclusions to these series will be published later this year.
Time’s Edge (The Chronos FIles) by Rysa Walker
Scarlet (The Lunar Chronicles) by Marissa Meyer
Other Books to help meet the 2015 Reading Challenge
I have some of the books mentioned above earmarked for the challenge as well. Here are three more that fit the challenge and I am looking forward to reading this summer.
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
A Study in Scarlet by Sir Author Conan Doyle
An Ideal Husband by Oscar Wilde
Is this list too ambitious? (I say yes! Especially with random library finds and ARCs that I cannot seem to stop requesting.) We’ll have to check back in at summer’s end and see which of these books (and my beach reads) I actually got to, and what other books I picked up instead.
What books are on your list for summer reading? Or are you too busy playing outdoors to commit to any books this summer? Comment away, and link up to your own TTT if you’ve got one.