Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Top Ten Books On Our Winter TBRs

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Winter is coming (or if you live on the other side of the world, summer is coming!)! What's on your to-be-read list this season? We're showing you a few of the titles we're most excited about. Which ones should we get to first? Which ones should we not bother with at all?

Lori's Picks

1.  The Revolution of Marina M. by Janet Fitch: I bought this one for myself to celebrate finishing my last semester of law school. I cannot wait to dive in!

2.  Private Citizens by Tony Tulathimutte: I just stumbled across this one day while browsing on Amazon. It sounds pretty interesting.

Julia's Pick

3. La Belle Sauvage (The Book of Dust, #1) by Philip Pullman: I meant to reread all of His Dark Materials before reading this new foray into the land of daemons, but I just cant wait. I am so excited that the Book of Dust is actually coming out... and part one is already out! I must read this... and soon.

Jana's Picks

4. Winter of Ice and Iron by Rachel Neumeier: I love reading wintry books this time of year, and this fantasy sounds amazing!

5. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling: I'm having fun reading this series for the first time ever, and I can't wait to continue!

6. The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden: I've been so excited to read this book, and it's wintry too! It seems like the perfect book to snuggle up under a blanket with.

Lauren's Picks

7. The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller: I might’ve gotten a head start on this one. Don’t judge! 😇 I love Greek Mythology and am excited to read another version of this amazing story. When the

8. When the English Fall by David Williams: Y'all know I can’t contain myself around anything dystopian. And here pops up a dystopian novel involving An Amish community... hells yes I can’t wait!

9. The Girl in the Tower by Katherine Arden: I read the first book in this series and adored it. The storytelling was amazing and made me want to believe in real, actual magic. I can’t wait to get into this sequel!

10. Into the Drowing Deep by Mira Grant: I love everything by Mira Grant and I was lucky enough to get an ebook copy from NetGalley! *squeals*

What are you hoping to read this winter?


  1. YAY for seasonal TBRs! One of my favorite Top Ten Tuesday topics. Happy winter TBR-ing, Broke and Bookish ladies. :)

  2. I just finished La Belle Sauvage. It is so good. Hope you get to it soon!

  3. Amazing list! Thank you for the recommendations too!

  4. I finished my re-read of His Dark Materials last month so La Belle Sauvage is on my list too, and Into the Drowning Deep!

  5. Ooh nice! Lots of new to me ones there besides Harry Potter of course! Though I never did read Into the Drowning Deep either. Wonder if it's still on my kindle...

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  7. I really need to read Pullman's His Dark Materials series. Great list!

  8. I just finished The Song of Achilles and it's become one of my favourite books of all time. I hope you enjoy it!

  9. The Girl in the Tower is going to be one of my next reads as well! Great list!

  10. I hope you get a chance to read all these! I need to read The Bear and the Nightingale, too. I’ve heard a lot of good things about it.

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

  11. lots of goodies here! I actually just watched a French TV literary program, and they had invited Pullman to speak about his latest book! I'm intrigued: why did he give a French name to the boat - the book title?

  12. Lori's #1 is on my list too. Hoping to find lots more from here to add to my list.

  13. I'm in the middle of reading HP for the SECOND time and I'm loving it just as much this time around. It's one of my favorite series of all time!

  14. "When the English Fall" and "The Bear and the Nightingale" are such nice evocative titles. I'm also wrestling with whether or not to re-read the His Dark Materials trilogy before tackling the new Pullman. It's been a long time!

  15. Song of Achilles ripped my heart from chest, but it was so good! Hope you enjoy it!

  16. Nice list :) I have wanted to read Song of Achilles for awhile now.

  17. I'm hoping to finish this active-reading pile (at the top of which is Marlon James A Brief History of Seven Killings)...and I'm also hoping to get a new Jonathan Kellerman (but that may not happen before the end of the year). But my biggest Christmas wish is for big sales of my new picture book Lost! A Caribbean Sea Adventure. From your lists, my interest is piqued re La Belle Sauvage just based on Julia's excitement alone. I'll have to check it out.


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