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Top Ten Books on my Spring TBR
1.) Goddess by Josephine Angelini: The conclusion to the Starcrossed series which I am in love with. I am clamoring for all the secrets to finally be revealed and exposed! Woohoo!
2.) Imposter by Jill Hathway: I really enjoyed the first book in the series, Slide, last year. I wasn't aware that there would be a sequel, but I'm anxious to get back into Vee's head. Literally.
3.) The Program by Suzanne Young: This book reminds me vaguely of Delirium with it's repressed emotions, but it seems like the stakes are much higher here. I'm not overly familiar with Suzanne's books, but a good friend of mine raves about her, so I am definitely on board for this one!
4.) The Rules by Stacey Kade: A girl created in a lab trying to survive in high school? Heck yeah! I am all for this one. Another novel that reminds me of the TV show Dark Angel (seriously, awesome show).
5.) This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith: I love the idea of a major celebrity accidentally emailing a girl and then them forming a relationship from it. Besides, Jennifer wowed me with her debut The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight last year.
6.) If He Had Been With Me by Laura Nowlin: This book just seems haunted and mysterious. Something I could sink into on a rainy afternoon.
7.) Unbreakable by Elizabeth Norris: Words can't express how thrown I was by Unraveling last year (Elizabeth's debut and book 1 in the series). I devoured this book and was sad when I believed it was a standalone. Thankfully that was not the case!
8.) Dare You To by Katie McGarry: Oh how I loved Pushing the Limits last year. Definitely one of my favorite contemporary reads, so I am SO ANXIOUS for its sequel.'
9.) Reboot by Amy Tinterra: Another book that's oddly reminiscent of Dark Angel with it's super-soliders. I just adore the concept of this, and I am so glad I have it sitting on my shelf to be read.
10.) The Rules for Disappearing by Ashley Elston: I've been excited about this one for quite awhile now. I love the idea of a YA book centered in the world of witness protection. How has this not been done before?!