[TOP TEN TUESDAY] Ten Books On My Spring TBR

This Week's Topic: Ten Books on my Spring TBR

Excited for the next couple of months since I'll be having my vacation soon! Just three more weeks of craziness and after that I'll busy myself with far better and more fun things. I'll have my thesis topic defense a couple of weeks from now then finals then vacation! YAY!

For now, here's my partial TBR list for the next couple of months :)

Heir of Fire (Throne of Glass #3) by Sarah J. Maas. I read Crown of Midnight months ago and I have no idea why I'm stalling this. Really crazy of me to do so.. But I'll get around it soon. Yes, soon.
Dorothy Must Die (Dorothy Must Die #1) by Danielle Paige. I never really thought about getting this book but when a copy miraculously landed on the footsteps of my house (okay, not literally. lol), I just thought that hey maybe I should give this a try and see for myself.
Winter (the Lunar Chronicles #4) by Marissa Meyer. I've been wanting to read this ever since I got my hands on it but it's sooooo long 800 BLOODYDAMN PAGES so for school vacation it is.
Red Rising (Red Rising #1) + Golden Son (Red Rising #2) by Pierce Brown. I'll be rereading these books since I finally have a copy of Morning Star!! But I'll get my hands on it this weekend. SO EXCITED FOR IT!!

The Clouded Sky (Earth & Sky #2) + A Sky Unbroken (Earth & Sky #3). by Megan Crewe. I read Earth & Sky a couple of months ago and thought that the concept was really interesting. The ending felt a bit forced but I certainly would like to know where things would go.
Lost Girls (D.I. Kim Stone #3) by Angela Marsons. I read the first two books, Silent Scream and Evil Games, and thought that they were really thrilling and well thought of. I also like the development on Kim's character and how Marsons is starting to go deeper into her.
The Smell of Other People's Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock. I started reading this a few weeks back but stop because I made room for other books. But this next few months, I won't be joining any blog tours to make room for my NetGalle recovery. haha
The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza. I've read good things about this thrilling novel. I must get around it soon!

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