Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2020 TBR

Happy Tuesday!! This week’s Top Ten Tuesday topic asks us to share ten books we hope to read this spring. Ordinarily during the semester I wouldn’t have much time to read, but now that classes are online for a few weeks due to sickness I actually have a bit more reading time on my hands. Here are some audiobooks and physical books I have my eyes on for the next few months:

I know I won’t be able to get to all of these books, but I’m hoping to at least get to some of them!

What books are you hoping or planning to read this spring? What do you think of the books on my list? Let me know in the comments section below!

Yours,
HOLLY

38 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday: Spring 2020 TBR”

  1. Sourdough was so so good! I went into the book blindy, and, let me to you, if it wasn’t a trip 😂. I hope you enjoy it once you get to it 😄! Maybe I’ll pick it up again this Spring too 🤔 lol

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  2. I read Sourdough about a year ago, totally on a whim, and thought it was weird and wonderful. I hope you like it! Sense & SEnsibility is one of my favorites. Happy spring reading!

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  3. Sourdough is so good! It’s one of my favourite quirky feel good reads. It’s so weird but I loved it and I hope you do too! I’m looking forward to giving Starless Sea a try as well. Happy reading, Holly 🙂

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  4. Both Call Down the Hawk and The Starless Sea were two of my favorite reads last year!! CDTH is much darker than the previous Raven Boys installments but it’s just as beautifully written and imaginative. In fact, I think it might be some of Stiefvater’s best work. I sure hope you enjoy it! And The Starless Sea is a wonder. Gorgeously written and strange. Happy Reading!

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