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Top 10 Tuesday 16th March

on March 16, 2021

Hello everyone and welcome back to another edition of Top 10 Tuesday! Hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl, Top 10 Tuesday features a different book-related theme each week and this week, it’s one of my favourite topics.

Top 10 Books On My Spring Autumn TBR

Before I get into that….a quick check of my summer TBR post and I read only 4 of the 10 books I listed. Oops! I do still have one to read and I’ll actually probably be reading that this week, so it’s almost 5, right? That’s almost halfway! Now, onto the next list of books I intend to read (but will probably not complete).

1. Road Trip by Beth O’Leary

I have a copy of this one already and to be honest, I’m sort of proud of myself that I haven’t read it already. But I’ve been holding off a bit closer to the release date and I can’t wait to get to it! I’m so excited for this book, I loved The Flatshare and this sounds like exactly my sort of thing. I already know a few people who read and enjoyed this so I’m confident it will live up to the hype.

2. Last Night by Mhairi McFarlane.

Mhairi McFarlane is one of my favourite authors and this one is already sitting on my shelf, also waiting for me! It’s actually out April 1st here, so I guess that means I can read it pretty soon!

3. Winterkeep by Kristin Cashore.

This one is sitting on my shelf, waiting for the perfect time for me to pick it up. I love this world and have loved all the stories set in it so I’m confident that I’m going to really enjoy this too.

4. The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah. 

I’ve read a few Kristin Hannah books before. I bought this one recently and am planning to read it in the next month or so.

5. Half Life by Jillian Cantor. 

A historical fiction novel that reimagines the life of Marie Curie, this sounds really interesting. It involves her staying in Poland, rather than going to France and studying physics and chemistry and meeting Pierre Curie.

6. The Last Reunion by Kayte Nunn. 

This one has three timelines: Burma in 1945, Oxford in 1976 and London/Galway in 1999. I love Kayte Nunn’s books (have read almost all of them I think, she writes amazing historical fiction) and I’m definitely looking forward to reading this one really soon. I’m reading so much historical fiction this year already!

7. The Little Book Of Hygge by Meik Wiking. 

I read a book about hygge recently (review up later this week) and I’ve become a bit obsessed with the concept and have a few more books about it requested from my local library, including this one.

8. Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi. 

I don’t know how I only found out about this book recently, probably because Yaa Gyasi released another book which was recently just long listed for the Women’s Prize for Fiction. I really want to read this….and then read Transcendent Kingdom.

9. The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna.

I just requested this from my local library – I love having all the branches open again and the fact that people are actually returning books now, rather than keeping them for 6+ months when we were in lockdown, haha. I’m getting books now that I actually requested like, over a year ago (not this one, but others). I love this cover, I think it’s stunning. Just makes you want to pick it up.

10. The House In The Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune.

I have heard so many amazing things about this recently. Unfortunately it’s really hard to find here and I have to order it from overseas which is (a) pricey and (b) takes ages. But I want to read it so badly that I’m going to because everyone I’ve seen review it on YouTube or talk about it on instagram etc, has been glowing in their praise and it sounds really wonderful. So I have to read it!

Just 10 of the books I hope to read over this season. Autumn is my favourite season: the heat of summer has faded but (generally) we are left with warm sunny, pleasant days still until well into May. This year has been a bit different though, a cooler and wetter summer has melted into pretty much the same sort of autumn but that just means more reading time 🙂

If you’ve read anything on my list, let me know your thoughts! Is there anything you want to read on my list? Let me know that too!

24 responses to “Top 10 Tuesday 16th March

  1. Lloyd Russell says:

    Don’t wait on The Four Winds. And Homegoing is pretty darn good too.

    Lloyd (408) 348-4849

    On Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 6:02 PM All The Books I Can Read wrote:

    > 1girl2manybooks posted: ” Hello everyone and welcome back to another > edition of Top 10 Tuesday! Hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl, Top 10 > Tuesday features a different book-related theme each week and this week, > it’s one of my favourite topics. Top 10 Books On My Spring ” >

    • Thanks for letting me know! I’m really keen for both of those. I’ve not read all Kristin Hannah’s books but I have really liked the ones I’ve read, especially The Great Alone.

  2. Anne Bennett says:

    The Little Book of Hygge is so fun. I talked about it endlessly as I read it. My TTT list

  3. stefani says:

    I plan on reading The Gilded Ones soon as well, that cover is stunning. Happy reading! My TTT

  4. I read Homegoing a few years ago and thought it was great! Good luck with your TBR 🙂
    My Spring TBR.

  5. Molly's Book Nook says:

    I got The Four Winds in my BOTM box but I haven’t read it yet. I’m looking forward to that one. I did read The House on the Cerulean Sea and I didn’t like it >.< But I'm definitely in the minority there lol. Hope you enjoy more than I did! Happy reading 🙂

    Here's my TTT:

  6. lydiaschoch says:

    I’m looking forward to The Gilded Ones as well.

    My post:

  7. Aymee says:

    I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about The Four Winds, I hope you enjoy it.

    Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

  8. I’m reading The House on the Cerulean Sea right now. I love it, I wanna read The Four Winds when I can get a copy of it! I’ve heard great things about The Gilded Wolves as well. Here is my post-

  9. None of these were on my TBR list this week, but I do have an eye out for The Gilded Ones in future.
    My TTT:

  10. The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah and The House In The Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune were fantastic. I hope you love them.

  11. Girl About Library says:

    Homegoing is on my shelf and I want to pick it up too. I have heard such good things! I enjoyed Transcendent Kingdom, but I think Homegoing is supposed to be even better. Happy Spring reading!

  12. […] deny it’s good for reading! Before I jump into this one, I always like to look back on my previous season’s TBR post and see how I did….Out of the 10 books, I read 6 of them. One of them I am still waiting on, […]

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