Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books on My Summer TBR List – 2015 edition

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Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, featuring a different top 10 theme each week. This week’s topic is about reading plans for summer. What’s on my to-be-read list? As usual, it’s a mix of new releases and books from my shelves…

1) Another Day by David Levithan

another day

2) What You Left Behind by Jessica Verdi

What You Left Behind

3) Jesse’s Girl by Miranda Kenneally

Jesse's Girl

4) Circling the Sun by Paula McLain

Circling the Sun

5) A Window Opens by Elizabeth Egan

A Window Opens

6) All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr (a book group pick for this summer)

All the Light

7) The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd (another one for the book group)

invention of wings

8) Ross Poldark by Winston Graham (because I’m dying to watch the BBC version)

Ross Poldark

9) Depth by Lev AC Rosen

Depth

10) Dreams of the Golden Age by Carrie Vaughn (the sequel to After the Golden Age, which I just read and really enjoyed!)

Dreams of the Golden Age

What books are you looking forward to reading this summer?

Share your links, and I’ll come check out your top 10!

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34 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Books on My Summer TBR List – 2015 edition

    • I picked up a copy of The Invention of Wings last year, but I still haven’t read it. Hurray for book group pressure! I’m really looking forward to it.

    • That’s so great to hear! I really loved Every Day (even ended up giving it as a gift to a few people), and I’m really looking forward to Another Day. I have the ARC, but I’m trying to be good and pace myself with my review books for the summer… it’s hard!

    • Everyone I know who has read it, loved it! I’ve had the Kindle version for a while, but it always seemed so daunting to actually start. I’m saving it up for a vacation read in early July, and then I’ll be all set for my book group too!

    • Thanks! I’ve only read one book by Sue Monk Kidd, but I thought it was wonderful, and I’ve heard such great things about this one too.

  1. I Love your list, since it has quite a few of the books that i plan to read as well but i didn’t include in my own but for one reason or another didn’t land on my own.

    i can’t wait for “Jesse’s girl” and “Circling the Sun”. I am happy to see those on someone else list. 🙂

    I also have “All the light we can not see” and “The Invention of Wings” on my TBR list, but i am unsure if i can manage them this summer. But i heard so much fantastic things about those two books and i own them so i should finally get around to read them.

    • Nice to hear that we have books in common! To be honest, even though I really want to read All the Light and The Invention of Wings, I’m not sure that I’d get to them any time soon without knowing I have book group commitments! Sometimes peer pressure is a good thing. 🙂 I’m really looking forward to Jesse’s Girl. So far, I’ve read two of Miranda Kenneally’s books, but I’d like to go back and read more. Thanks for commenting!

    • Thanks, Lianne! Happy summer reading to you too! I can’t wait to start watching Poldark this weekend. For once, I may break my “read the book first” rule, since I don’t think I’ll have time for it for a while yet…

    • Thank you! A couple of my book group friends have finished it already and have been raving about it. I’m so glad to finally have the kick in the pants I need to start it!

    • Thanks so much! I’m really looking forward to reading those two in particular (although I hope to be able to stick to a list for once and read all of these!)

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