I always write these lists with the best of intentions but I get distracted by other books. For instance, I only read ONE book off my winter TBR. Isn't that terrible? Oh well, maybe I'll do better in spring...
1. The Book Thief by Markus Zusak. I want to reread this before the movie comes out, and The Midnight Garden are holding a readalong so it's the perfect opportunity.
2. Hate is Such a Strong Word by Sarah Ayoub. I've heard great things about this new Aussie YA.
3. All the Truth That's in Me by Julie Berry. There has been a lot of hype around this book so I'm excited to read it soon.
4. Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo. Jaz from Fiction in Fiction in Fiction lent me this and gave it glowing praise (like many others who have read it) so I want to get to it asap.
5. Crash into You by Katie McGarry. Although I wasn't a fan of the first book in this series, I loved the second (review to come!), so I'm super keen to check out the third.
6. The Returned by Jason Mott. People returning from the dead? Sounds spooky, and awesome.
7. A Story of Grief by Michaela McGuire. This explores the public grief over Jill Meagher's murder last year. As someone who was quite deeply affected, I'm really interested in what it has to say.
8. Wild Cards by Simone Elkeles. Sometimes you just need a trashy teen romance. Simone Elkeles does them best.
9. A Clash of Kings by George R. R. Martin. I've been wanting to read the rest of this series for a few months (in fact, it was on my winter TBR!), I just need to find the time to do it.
10. Stardust by Neil Gaiman. An upcoming South Pacific Book Chat will be discussing Gaiman and I've never read his books before, so this is the perfect kick up the butt.
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