This week’s topic: Books on My Summer 2020 TBR
Wow, you guys, it’s been forever since I’ve done a Top Ten Tuesdays xD I hope this post finds you all well. Not sure how my summer’s going to turn out other than work as usual but here’s some books I hope to tackle in the coming weeks 🙂
In no particular order:
- Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets by Svetlana Alexievich — Been going through quite the nonfiction wave lately and I believe this is one of the last two nonfiction titles left on my TBR list. About time I get to it, it’s only been sitting there for the last few years, lol.
- The House at the Edge of Night by Catherine Banner — Another book that has long been sitting unread on my eReader, I always held it off since it felt like a summer read (with an island involved)
- The Inheritance Trilogy by N.K. Jemisin — This trilogy in one volume has long sat on my TBR pile. I actually started reading it but it is quite a tome (and quite uncomfortable to read in my usual reading posture lol) but I’m glad that this is the year I finally am reading it lol. Bit of a cheat to include it here but I am slowly chipping my way through it.
- The Dark Between the Stars by Kevin J. Anderson — Another book that’s long sat on my eReader. Dash a bit of science fiction into my TBR list this summer 🙂
- Fire Dance by Ilana C. Myer — I really enjoyed her first book and with the third book in the trilogy coming out sometime this year I guess it’s time to read this second volume 🙂 Been meaning to for some time now but yeah, still haven’t.
- Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiaverini — My mum actually picked up this book and thought maybe I’d like to read it (certainly piqued her interest) so yeah, just might get around to reading it this summer.
- Loving a Lost Lord by Mary Jo Putney — It’s also been a while since I’ve read some historical romance. So here we go, picked this book up sme time ago. Never read anything from this author so I’m looking forward to it 🙂
- The Tenth Muse by Catherine Cheung — Picked this book up on a whim. It’s not terribly long, which is incentive for adding it to this season’s wishlist, but the premise sounds interesting too.
- Circe by Madeline Miller — This book has been circulating quite a bit for the past year or so. So why not, might make it a summer read.
- The Rhythm Section by Mark Burnell — For something light…I found out about this book by the movie adaptation starring Blake Lively that was released earlier this year. As I still have to massively catch up with Daniel Silva’s books, I could read this in the meantime for a dash of thriller on my to-read.
And that’s my list of books that I hope to tackle this summer 🙂 What are you hoping to read this season? Let me know, I’d love to hear from you! 🙂