Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Top 10 books on my Spring TBR

The Top 10 weekly meme is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.   Each week they focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading.  This week is the top 10 books on my Spring TBR.  These are in no particular order and the link should take you to the Goodreads description.

Soulless (Parasol Protectorate #1) - Gail Carriger.  This has been on my radar for some time and I finally want to start the series.

Mort(e) - Robert Repino.  Saw this one last month and it sounded just odd enough to catch my attention.

The Animals - Christian Kiefer.  This one sounds good enough to give it a try.

The Ice Twins - S. K. Tremayne.  I have heard great things about this one.

Karen Memory - Elizabeth Bear.  This one has gotten great reviews as well.

Cat out of Hell - Lynne Truss.  Another "weird" book on my radar which was just released.

The Hanged Man (Her Majesty's Psychic Services #1) - P.N. Elrod.

No One Like You - Kate Angell.  A review book I need to get read.

The Awesome - Eva Darrows.  Wanted to read this since I knew it was coming out and it is an ARC so I have no excuse not to get it done.

Undertow - Michael Buckley.  Pretty cover huh?

Honorable Mention -Christine - Stephen King.  I need to get busy on my Hail to the King challenge.

Have you read any of these?  What is on your Spring TBR?  Leave me a link so I can check out your list!


  1. I like the cover for The Awesome-it's got a vampire terminator vibe going on the cover which is pretty cool! NIce mixture of books-good luck!

  2. OMG! It does look like a vampire terminator.

  3. I've got Undertow on my list, too. I love that cover and the synopsis.

  4. Great list! Undertow sounds very good. I hope you enjoy these when you get to them!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  5. Nice picks! I've had the Carriger novel for awhile, but haven't gotten around to it yet. THE ICE TWINS and UNDERTOW both look good. I was a huge Stephen King reader in high school, so I'm guessing I've read CHRISTINE ... can't remember.

    Happy Spring reading!