This week’s TTT is a great way to spotlight some releases that I definitely wish I’d gotten to last year!
1. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han: I really don’t know why this is still on my TBR list – I feel like I *am* Lara Jean because I used to write letters to the boys I liked in HS! Must get to it soon.
2. Everything Leads to You by Nina Lacour: Another one I was desperate for that somehow just missed me. I’m determined to get to this beautiful book about a gorgeous Hollywood romance this year.
3. The Infinite Sea by Rick Yancey: I really enjoyed The 5th Wave and needed to know what happened, but I had so many September ARCs that it just didn’t happen.
4. Even in Paradise by Chelsey Philpot: This book is burning a hole in my Kindle. I’m desperate to get to it, but it somehow never gets read. WHY?!
5. Famous in Love by Rebecca Serle: I still haven’t read a Rebecca Serle book and I’ve heard SUCH GOOD THINGS about this one – kinda like a twist on Win A Date with Tad Hamilton?
6. Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer: SERIOUSLY? How did I not get to Belzhar yet after hearing her speak last year twice and wanting to hug her for her brilliance?
7. When Everything Feels Like The Movies by Raziel Reed: This one is a bit of a cheat – it actually doesn’t come out in the US until April, but it’s a Canadian book that I’m kicking myself for not having noticed until it won the Governor General’s Award, which is a pretty big award for literature here.
8. The Jewel by Amy Ewing: I’m actually kind of upset at myself for not getting to this because I have an ARC and the author was SO nice at BEA. MUST. GET. TO. IT.
9. Landry Park by Bethany Hagen: This is one of those books where I heard the comp (Downton Abbey meets The Selection) and I immediately ordered it…and now it just sits on my shelf, collecting dust *hangs head in shame*.
10. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel: I really, really, really need to read this one – I tried audiobooking it, but I didn’t like the narrator. Then I was hoping it would come as a Christmas present, but it didn’t and now I’m debating buying it because it’s been on my radar for so long.
Have you read any of these books? If I were to choose one, which would you start with? What’s on your Top Ten Tuesday – leave a link, I’ll try to stop by!