My Spring TBR
After I put together my list of my top ten Spring TBR, I realized that I have a nice mix of genres: some sci-fi, fantasy, a contemporary, an adult thriller, and historical fiction. But I have a serious lack of male authors, with the exception of Scan, which has a male co-author. So, I guess my list has half a man. (Please don’t tell him I said that.) 🙂 Update: This was bugging me, so I dropped off one author and added Stephen King.
Rebel by Amy Tintera
The Word Exchange by Alena Graedon: I hadn’t heard of this before I got one of those auto-approvals from NG. But this sounded so intriguing that I wanted to give it a shot: “a dystopian novel for the digital age.”
Dreams of Gods and Monsters by Laini Taylor: I already pre-ordered the B&N edition that includes a signed art print.
Prisoner of Night and Fog by Anne Blankman: WWII fiction from the perspective of an MC whose father is a Nazi.
Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King
The Three by Sarah Lotz: With the tragedy of the Malaysian Airlines flight, this might be a weird time to say that I have always had a fascination with plane crash stories. This one features four simultaneous plane crashes with three young survivors.
Scan by Sarah Fine: Aliens!!!
Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo
Complicit by Stephanie Kuehn: I loved Kuehn’s debut, Charm & Strange, and I can’t wait to read her follow-up.
Take Back the Skies by Lucy Saxon
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And stop by my giveaways: Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott and A Death-Struck Year by Makiia Lucier