Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly event hosted by the Broke and the Bookish.
This Week’s Topic:
Top Ten Books On My Fall TBR List
As an Australian, my “fall” (a term I’ve never used) is always at a different time to pretty much the rest of the planet, so for this week’s TTT I chose to make a list of books I’d love to read soon during my travels in China, Southeast Asia and Australia! These are all books I haven’t purchased on my kindle (my go-to for books only because I am travel-bound at the moment and cannot buy many hardcopies/suffer from understocked UK libraries) but ones I’d definitely love to read asap!
Turtles All The Way Down by John Green
I love some John Green novels and I’m a bit meh on others, but I’m still really looking forward to reading this, and I have to say it sounds like it could be a really great story! Hopefully Aza will be an amazing female character we’ll all fall in love with.
Foolish Hearts by Emma Mills
I love Emma Mills’ books (This Adventure Ends in particular), so I’m excited for this one. And it’s got a school production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at its core, so what could be better?
Here We Are Now by Jasmine Warga
I really liked Jasmine Warga’s debut novel, My Heart and Other Black Holes, so only natural that I’m keen to read this one. I don’t know much about it, but I expect some great things from it 🙂 Plus, the cover is so good!
The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by Benjamin Alire Saenz
I’m currently/finally read Ari & Dante and I’m only a quarter of my way in and I love it already. So I’m beyond excited to check out this one and I’m sure it’ll be right up my street 🙂
Juniper Lemon’s Happiness Index by Julie Israel
I came across this in the kindle store and the synopsis just grabbed my attention as it sounds quirky, angsty and fun all at the same time, so I think it’ll be a nice read.
A Boy Worth Knowing by Jennifer Cosgrove
Nate has problems with ghosts and the fact that he’s accidentally falling in love with his best friend. Just the ghost thing got me interested, but can’t help but love a good friendship to love (hopefully) story!
Autoboyography by Christina Lauren
I’m not keen on the title (hahaha) but this sounds like it could be a really good read involving creative writing (which I always love to see as a main topic in books) and what looks like a forbidden love between two boys.
One Of Us Is Lying by Karen M. McManus
Who doesn’t love a good mystery, especially when it has direct references to The Breakfast Club? Gimme.
Madness by Zac Brewer
This sounds really intriguing and dark. What do you expect from a book about two teens suffering from depression? I have a feeling this book will be powerful and unpredictable and I’m hoping it won’t fall into any tropes that some YA novels do.
The Long Way To A Small Angry Planet by Becky Chambers
This sci-fi novel has some really good reviews, lots of people seem to love it so I’m keen to give it a go. Something a little different and away from my normal YA 😛