My Spring 2021 TBR | Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish and is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s prompt is Spring/Autumn TBR.

As usual, I did a post talking about how I went with my Winter TBR which you can see here, but otherwise onto the things I plan to read in Spring.

The Flight of the Falcon by Daphne du Maurier

I’ve got a lot of different reading projects going on at the moment—some of them you can read about here, and one of them is to read all the books I bought before 2019. This is one of the very few I have left, so I’d love to be able to make it through this soon.

Let It Rain Coffee by Angie Cruz

I’ve been putting off reading this for the longest time. I loved both of the previous books I read from Angie Cruz and this is the only one I have left. But I’m very much feeling in the mood for this right now.

When the Sky Fell on Splendour by Emily Henry

I’ve also been avoiding this one. I’ve also loved the two previous books from Emily Henry that I’ve read, but it’s been a little while. Admittedly I haven’t heard the best things about this one so I’m a little nervous.

Our Year of Maybe by Rachel Lynn Solomon

Speaking of projects, this is one that my best friend Angel picked out for me to read this year. I haven’t gotten around to it yet but I’m hoping to do that either this month or in October.

Sea People by Christina Thompson

I don’t know why, but I’ve had the sudden urge to read this lately. I am very much a mood reader so whenever I feel the urge to read something around the time these posts get organised, I make sure to add that book to the list.

The Governess Game by Tessa Dare

I am the worst at finishing series so adding a sequel to my TBR feels like a good way to make sure I remember to do that. The Governess Game is book two of four (?), and it’s a historical romance series which makes it a little easier for some reason—maybe because I don’t have to remember what happened in the previous books?

Girls With Razor Hearts by Suzanne Young

In the same vein, this is also book two out of three. This is more of a YA dystopian, but I reread book one with the intent to marathon books two and three and then I didn’t. I figure if I read book two now then I still have time to squeeze in book three by the end of the year.

These Feathered Flames by Alexandra Overy

This is another mood read for me, as well as something that might go towards a possible post in the future. I don’t really have too much else to say about this one yet other than I’m excited!

Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

I always like to include an eBook and audiobook onto my TBR and for Spring, I picked out this one as my ebook. I’m not sure how this one is going to go as I believe it’s like a circus thing and I tend to struggle with those. I’ve heard amazing things about this one though.

Mythos by Stephen Fry

And finally, my audiobook choice is Mythos! I got the audiobook of Troy recently which has finally given me the push to start listening to this one. This is basically 15 hours of listening to Stephen Fry talk about Greek mythology, so it’s basically heaven.

What are you reading in Spring/Autumn?


10 thoughts on “My Spring 2021 TBR | Top Ten Tuesday

  1. I really enjoyed When the Sky Fell on Splendor, I haven’t read any of Emily Henry’s other books so I don’t have them to compare to but it was a really interesting and kept me engaged which is always good 😀 I also really want to read Where Dreams Descend!

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  2. I enjoyed Today Tonight Tomorrow by Rachel Lynn Solomon but have not read the other book. When Dreams Descend also sounds fantastic. Here is my post-https://paigesofbook.blogspot.com/2021/09/top-ten-tuesday-fall-tbr.html.

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