Every Tuesday The Broke and the Bookish hosts Top 10 Tuesday, a weekly top 10 list with a bookish theme. This week the theme is Top 10 books on my summer TBR list. Anettes bokboble had the same theme last week (my choices), so these are ten books I didn't choose for that list.
01. American Dervish - Ayad Akhtar
bokanmeldelse minnet meg på den igjen så nå skal den bli lest. Takk Julie! :)
This book has been sitting on the bookshelf for over a year, but Julie's review reminded me of it so now it will be read. Thanks Julie! :)
02. Crewel - Gennifer Albin
I met a friend of the author in a line at BEA, and she sold the book so well it has been difficult to save it for my summer reading. Can't wait!
03. Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories - Sherman Alexie
It's Sherman Alexie, what other reason does one need?
04. The Weed That String's the Hangman's Bag / A Red Herring Without Mustard - Alan Bradley
One needs a bit crime lit in the summer, and Flavia de Luce fits perfectly.
05. Send - Patty Blount
I think Send is the first book I've come across that's from the perspective of a repentive bully. It should be an interesting read.
06. Narc - Crissa-Jean Chappell
LoveSick og Dream Catcher-trilogien, bøker som var blandt de jeg likte best i fjor.
The summary reminded of LoveSick and the Dream Catcher-trilogy, among my favourite books last year.
07. The Heir Chronicles 1-3 - Cinda Williams Chima
Seven Realms-serien til Chima i fjor, så mens jeg venter på bok 4 i den serien prøver jeg meg på The Heir Chronicles.
I fell in love with Chima's Seven Realms-series last year, so while I'm waiting for book #4 in that series I'm trying out The Heir Chronicles.
08. False Memory - Dan Krokos
To have something different from all the realism and fantasy I'm planning on reading this summer, I've chosen something more action driven. Should be thrilling and pulse-thumping.
09. Monument 14 - Emmy Laybourne
This one sounded like a cross between The Breakfast Club and Lord of the Flies with some science-fiction mixed in, so it needs to be read as soon as possible. ;)
10. Grave Mercy - Robin LaFevers
Every summer needs something epic full of intrigue....
Hva skal du lese i sommer?
What are you reading this summer?