Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Books on the TBR for Spring 2013

It's time for Top Ten Tuesday again, and it is my favorite type of TTT. This week's list is devoted to "Books On Our Spring 2013 TBR List" which means I can't wait to read everyone else's lists and get tons of ideas of new books I should know about.

Grad Student:
1. Requiem by Lauren Oliver
2. Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver ( clearly on an Oliver kick)
3. The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith.--What is taking me so long!?
4. The Uninvited Guests by Sadie Jones: "Contemporary readers will find much to relish in this brilliant pastiche of the greats of Victorian and Edwardian literature. Deftly composed with liberal sprinklings of acerbic wit, finely rendered pathos, and spine-tingling horror, The Uninvited Guests is a once-again triumphant work by a new and celebrated author." YES please!

Crazy Camper:
5. Everything by John Green I have not yet read- Starting with An Abundance of KatherinesPaper Towns, Looking for Alaska...
6. I am the Messenger by Markus Zusak- because I loved The Book Thief, and it helps me towards my resolution for 2013 of reading more smart books 

As always a big cheers of our whiskey sours to The Broke and the Bookish for hosting TTT, our fav weekly book blog meme!


  1. Requiem! Yessss, really cannot wait for that one to land on my doorstep :D
    Here's my TTT :)

  2. I Am the Messenger is an intense read, but you will love it by the end! Zusak is such an amazing author.
    Happy reading!

  3. The Uninvited Guests looks like a really great read! Great list :)

    Here's my Top Ten!

  4. "The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith.--What is taking me so long!?" ---- I feel this way, like, all the time about everything!

    Fantastic list, ladies!

  5. I haven't read an Abundance of Katherine's, either, but Paper Towns is THE novel that changed my life. Maybe I'll do a readalong. I read Paper Towns (my first John Green) in May 2008, so this May is my 5 year anniversary of reading it.


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