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TTT: Spring TBR

As we try to defrost in these last days of winter, I think it’s a great time to think of all the wonderful books ahead of us this spring! 🙂

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New Releases:

I have a library waitlist that’s building up, and these are the top new books I want to read in April/May. The only thing is, the library tends to be all over the place on how quickly books are acquired and then get to the people. Crossing fingers!

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All the Names They Used for God –  Anjali Sachdeva

February 20th

The House of Broken Angels – Luis Alberto Urrea

March 6th

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Girls Burn Brighter – Shobha Rao

March 6th

Speak No Evil – Uzodinma Iweala

March 6th

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The Female Persuasion – Meg Wolitzer

April 3rd

Fantasy April:

The theme month went well in January, so I’m bring it back for April where I’ll dive into fantasy books that have been on my TBR for some time now.

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Good Omens – Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman

Kafka on the Shore – Haruki Murakami

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The Library at Mount Char – Scott Hawkins

The Magician’s Land – Lev Grossman

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The Phantom Tollbooth – Norton Juster

Classics:

Can’t forget about my classics! One is for the Classics Club Spin that ends on April 30th, and Candide is for my book club.

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Candide – Voltaire

Far From the Madding Crowd – Thomas Hardy

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42 thoughts on “TTT: Spring TBR

  1. Have you started Far From the Madding Crowd yet? I have, but I can see that it will be a slow read. I had forgotten that I find Hardy quite a convoluted wordsmith & it takes me a while to embrace his style.
    I also have a Murakami on my list which I hope to read BEFORE I visit Japan.

    Your new release selection looks fantastic too – I’m adding some to my TBR wishlist 🙂

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  2. Wowzers, those are some gorgeous covers. And The Magicians Land is on my Spring TBR, too! 🙂 The Phantom Tollbooth will always be one of the defining books of my childhood… maybe I should read it again, as well!

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