Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Top Ten Tuesday: Five Books On My Spring TBR

1. The Enchanted

By: Renee Denfield

I am very excited to read this book. It has pretty good reviews and the premise sounds very enticing. Imagine the dark world of death row intertwined with fantasy and magic. Which is reality? 

2. The Red Tent

By: Anita Diamant

I absolutely loved her other book, The Boston Girl! I loved Diamant's writing style and hope The Red Tent  is just as great. 

3. Everyone Brave is Forgiven

By: Chris Cleave

So I have this thing with historical fiction and WWII. I love it. It is so tragic and difficult for me to fathom in terms of numbers of lives that were effected, but reading one person's story (even if it isn't real) helps me understand the depth of the war. I am really looking forward to this one.

4. Everything I Never Told You

By: Celeste Ng

I have heard from quite a few reliable sources that this is a good book about what it means to be a family. It's about a Chinese American family living in Ohio in the 1970s who is dealing with a tragic death. This sounds like a tale that would open my eyes to new experiences. 

5. Why not me? 

By: Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling is hilarious. I love her in The Office. I love her in Is Everyone Hanging out Without Me and so I am sure I will love this book. However, if it is anything like her other book, it doesn't really follow any type of structure. It's just a book you pick up and read for a while when you need a laugh. 

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  1. I look at Mindy Kaling's book a lot when I'm working in the bookstore and think it would probably be a really fun read. I may have to check it out sometime. And I also noticed your review of Station Eleven. It didn't make my list this week, but I am definitely hoping to get to that one soon.

    1. You definitely should check out Station Eleven! I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it.