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Top Ten Tuesday # 21 (My Spring TBR)

TOP TEN TUESDAY is a weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.

Picking my top ten books on my spring TBR pile has proved to be a hard task. I wanna read ALL the books; if only time-turners were a thing. Where is McGonagall when needed? Anyways, Spring is my most hated season. People will find this outrageous but I suffer from hay fever and Spring can be a pain in the ass – I’m looking at you pollen, flowers and whatnot.




Also, if you haven’t noticed, I’ve decided to read ALL the fairy tales basically. I have no deep explanation for this. I feel like it. Since I’m gonna be surrounded by Kleenex once Spring comes, it might as well be good to fantasize about princes, princesses and fairy godmothers. Only, with a darker twist. We all know how gruesome the Brothers Grimm were. This year, I believe, is the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland so I guess, a re-read is in order. Oh, and A Little Princess is one of my favourite childhood movies; I was so in love with it and I didn’t know it was a children classic (silly me!) until now.

Other than that, my plan is to finally read Murakami and Atwood. Long overdue, let me tell you that. And of course, I’m continuing the whole Year of Cosmere read-a-long. Sanderson everywhere! My favourite genre is fantasy but I read some sci-fi from time to time and Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie has won every single sci-fi award. Must be good, don’t you think?


I’m cheating. I’m also including the penguin Little Black Classics. They are short and it would take me no time to fly through them. My idea: reviewing  them all but I was planning on doing a whole post with the eight I own. Would you like that?

What books are you planning on reading this Spring? For more bookish updates, you can add me on Goodreads!

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