Top Ten Tuesday: Books on My Spring 2023 TBR

‘Top Ten Tuesday’ is a weekly meme that is currently hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is the books we have on our Spring TBR. To be honest, TBRs are usually a waste of time for me because I am a manic mood reader who won’t stick to any list, but I am hoping I will be in the mood for all of these books at some point this Spring!

Banned Book Club by Kim Hyun Sook and Ryan Estrada, illustrated by Ko Hyung-Jo: This is a very recent purchase from me, but a book I’ve had my eye on for a while. In late Spring and early Summer I have lots of exams and essays for my degree taking place, so I will be turning to graphic novels like this to get me through it all!

The Wild Robot Escapes by Peter Brown: I read the prequel to this, The Wild Robot, last year and fell in love with the story! I’m hoping to also read this short book again during my exam times.

A Far Wilder Magic by Allison Saft: This has been sitting on my shelves now for about a year and I think I should probably get round to it. Everything I’ve heard about this has been good so how could I not?

Little by Edward Carey: I recently picked this up while out book shopping with a friend on their recommendation, it feels almost rude not to read it soon.

Some Desperate Glory by Emily Tesh: One of my anticipated releases for this year has to be read soon, I have just received my copy and I am desperate to get to it after falling in love with the author’s previous work: The Greenhollow Duology

My Pen is the Wing of a Bird: This is a collection of short fiction by Afghan women, the first of its kind; and I think a collection of short stories is also a good idea with lots of academic commitments going on in the background.

Frontier by Grace Curtis: This new release is everywhere at the moment, and I fortunately acquired the gorgeous Waterstones edition with the purple sprayed edges. I am enjoying science fiction a lot of the moment so I’m excited for this.

Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender: There’s simply no excuse for me not having read this yet, it’s been out forever and everyone loves it. Also, the cover screams spring and summer.

Rose and the Burma Sky by Rosanna Amaka: I fell in love with Amaka’s debut novel, The Book of Echoes, which if you haven’t read yet you must. I have been desperate to get my hands on more of her work, and thankfully I have just bought a copy of this!

Blood to Poison by Mary Watson: Another book that has been sat on my shelves for far too long, and one that needs to be read ASAP.

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